Flowers or flowers (Latin: large intestine) are a means of sexual reproduction in flower plants (Divisio Magnoliophyta or Angiospermae, "Planted Coverage"). Inside the flower there are reproductive organs, namely stamens and pistils.
Interest can only appear in the series. The flowers obtained are called complex flowers or blooms. In some types of complex flowers can be considered as a single flower (flower), for example in Anthurium and Sunflower. Flower compounds that compile complex flowers are called florists.
Botanica is part of a flower plant to produce seeds. Pollution and fertilization occur in flowers. After fertilization, the flower will grow farther and will form fruit. In flowering plants, fruit is a structure that carries and protects seeds