Why Do Bulbs Produce Seeds?

Seeds from pollinated flowers on bulb plants grow into new plants and produce new bulbs for future generations. Flowers produce seeds and are the way most plants reproduce.

Keywords: flowering bulbs, seeds, pollination propagation

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