While flowers are decorative on our tables or in our gardens, in nature, their purpose is much more. Flowers enable plants to reproduce. Their colors and shapes facilitate pollination, seed dispersal, and growth.
Flowers have an enchanting, alluring smell not only to humans and bees but also to other animals.
In this article, we have photos of animals enjoying the scent of the flowers.
Understanding the purpose of flowers can help you plan which plants are best in the shade or sunny spots, even which plant would keep bugs away. Especially if you have a vegetable patch, it would be worth knowing. Yet many flowers and plants provide food and habitat for beneficial insects.
Some flowers also have medicinal purposes. For centuries, medical practitioners have acknowledged that some flower has excellent advantages for natural medicine with minimal side effects.