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Parts of a Flower




Flowers' importance in nature is everywhere—they can feed insects, birds, animals and humans; provide natural medicines for humans and some animals; and aid in a plant’s reproduction by enticing outside pollinators. Without flowers, plants would merely be green, and the world would be a duller place.



So how do flowers 'work'? What are the different parts and why do they have them?

Watch this video to find out more...




Now you've found out a little about the parts, it's time to head out and find a flower to dissect (take apart!).

Once you've found a flower, dissect it and label the different parts. See the examples below for ideas.