The Parts of a Flower. Sepals. The sepals protect the flower before it opens. Petals. The petals attract pollinating insects with their bright colour and attractive scent. Stamens. The stamens are the male part of the flower.
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Sepals • The sepals protect the flower before it opens.
Petals • The petals attract pollinating insects with their bright colour and attractive scent.
Stamens • Thestamens are the male part of the flower. • The plant makes pollen in the part of the stamen called the anther.
The Stigma • The stigma is the top of the female part of the flower. • The pollen from another flower collects on the stigma’s sticky surface.
The Ovary • The ovary protects the ovules. • Pollen travels to the ovules and fertilization takes place. • Now the ovules will develop into seeds