Flowering Plants Collection

Flowering plants, also known as angiosperms, produce flowers during reproduction. Angiosperms are the most diverse and widespread group of land plants.

Some common examples of flowering plants include roses, daisies, orchids, sunflowers, tulips, daffodils, lavender, dandelions, and many trees, such as oak, maple, cherry blossoms, and magnolias.

Flowering plants rely on pollinators like insects, birds, bats, and wind to transfer pollen between plants for fertilization. After pollination, flowering plants produce seeds within fruits, which allow them to disperse and reproduce.

With over 300,000 species, angiosperms dominate most terrestrial habitats. Their success is due to adaptations like flowers, fruits, and vessel elements for efficient water transport.

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