Sun­flower vis­i­tors

Kids Go Gardening - - Summer -

Bees, but­ter­flies and other in­sects visit sun­flow­ers to feast on pollen and nec­tar. Mean­while, the pollen sticks to their bod­ies and they spread it from flower to flower. With­out these in­sect pol­li­na­tors there would be no sun­flower seeds and no more sun­flow­ers.

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