Flowers are nature’s artwork.
Flowers help us in many ways.
Flowers help to keep the ecosystem growing and provide new plant life, as well as help sustain local insects and birds.
Flowers are used by lovers to express their affection and by children to thank mothers for their years of attention.
How are flowers useful?
Benefits to Humans
In addition, certain bugs–such as bees, produce honey from the nectar of the flowers, but also pollinate the flowers as they do so–allowing them to produce seeds. The bugs and birds flowers attract help keep some “bad” bugs away, such as bugs that may eat or destroy other plants.
Why are flowers so important to us?
The main purpose of flowers is to aid in plant reproduction. When insects, birds and some bats dip down to take a look at the flower and steal its nectar, they are inadvertently pollinating the plants by moving pollen or plant sperm from the male stamens to the female pistils.
What are the main uses of flowers?
They also reduce dust and increase humidity. Some flowering plants that are especially good as air filters are Orchids, Mums, and Gerbera Daisies. In aromatherapy, essential oils made from plant leaves and flowers are used to improve physical and mental health.
Why are flowers and fruits important?
Pollination is important because it leads to the production of fruits we can eat, and seeds that will create more plants. When a pollinator visits a flower it is looking for food but while feeding these insects ac- cidentally transfer pollen grains between flowers and help the plants produce fruits and seeds.