Facts About Flowering Plants
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Ninety percent of the plant kingdom comprises flowering plants (termed angiosperms) of which many tropical species are yet unnamed. Flowering plants come in a variety of shapes and sizes and have been adapted to nearly every habitat on the earth. They have been the focus of botanical studies for years.
Flowers come in myriad shapes, sizes and colors.
A flowering plant consists of four major parts: flowers, leaves, stems and roots. Each part has a specific function.
Strawberry plants flower and bear fruit.
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Loraine Degraff has been a writer and educator since 1999. She recently began focusing on topics pertaining to health and environmental issues. She is published in "Healthy Life Place" and "Humdinger" and also writes for various websites. Degraff holds a master's degree in communications design from Pratt Institute.