Some blooming good facts
FLOWERS are not only beautiful they are very important.
Flowers are the part of plants that make seeds which in turn make new plants.
Not only do flowers brighten our lives, without them, we would not have food, medicines, dyes, textiles, and many other items.
Did you know?
Flowers are brightly coloured and highly scented to attract pollinators.
The outside of a flower that can be seen consists of petals and the sepals.
Not all flowers smell good. One of the world’s rarest, largest, smelliest, and strangest looking flower is the titan arum, or the corpse flower.
Some flowers can be eaten for example pumpkin blossoms, violas, nasturtiums, pansies, and violets, but before you eat any flower, make sure it is safe.
Tulip bulbs were more valuable than gold in Holland during the 1600s.