Question: Which Flower Has The Most Petals?

How many petals do most flowers have?

The number of petals in a flower may hold clues to a plant’s classification.

For example, flowers on eudicots (the largest group of dicots) most frequently have four or five petals while flowers on monocots have three or six petals, although there are many exceptions to this rule.

Given that Valentine’s Day is a month away, here are 15 of the world’s most popular flowers you might want to offer to a loved one.

  • Rose. There’s no doubt about it – the rose is the world’s most popular and acclaimed flower.
  • Carnation.
  • Tulip.
  • Daisy.
  • Sunflower.
  • Daffodil.
  • Gerbera.
  • Orchid.

What is a flower with 5 petals called?

The number or its multiple is used e.g.,two ——Bi /Di merous, three——trimerous, four—tetramerous, five—pentamerous. Many times petals are united, so number is counted by counting lobes, such a flower is said to be with gamopetalous corolla, if petals are free, corolla is polypetalous.

What are flower petals made of?

With bright colours and scent, they often bring insects and birds to pollinate the flowers. Petals are made of cellulose and other organic matter. Petals are modified leaves which surround the reproductive parts of flowers. Together, all of the petals of a flower are called a corolla.