Did you know that plant reproduction begins with Pollination?
No! Can you tell me more about this?
Plants like me get pollinated by bees.
How does it work?
When pollen lands on the stigma of the another flower, this called cross pollination.
When a bee visits a flower to collect nectar, the pollen is rubbed into the bee's body. The bees carries pollen from the anther of a flower to the stigma of another flower to begin the pollination process.
Here I come!
What does the stigma do with the pollen?
When the pollen is inside of the stigma, the pollen grains go down the pollen tube to the ovule.