Diagrams of Flower

Study the anatomy of a flower with the help of these diagrams of flower that we have provided in good quality –all printable! This set of flower diagram each contains an ultimate guide to the different parts of a flower and plant. The diagrams also include anatomy illustrations of the flower, stem and more.

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diagram of flower simple
diagram of flower simple
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A diagram of flower illustrates how the parts of a flower work together. If you look closely on the diagram above, there are at least four basic parts; the petals, the sepals, the carpel, and the stamen. The main parts of a flower that is important for its function are its male and female parts, the carpel and the stamen. Below is provided more diagrams illustrating the different parts of a flower.

diagram of flower lily
diagram of flower lily
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diagram of flower labeled
diagram of flower labeled
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Petals are the most visually attractive parts of the flower. They grow in all colors and in a wide range of styles and shapes. The stigma and style are two of the four parts that make up the carpel part of the flower, which is the flower’s female part. The sepal is responsible for protecting the budding flower from damage in its infancy stage. The sepal also graciously cradles the mature flower at its base.

diagram of flower daisy
diagram of flower daisy
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diagram of flower basic
diagram of flower basic
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On the other hand, the stamen of a flower is the flower’s male part. It is composed of two parts, the filament, and the anther. Download and print these printable flower parts diagram above which can help you understand the flower anatomy better!

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