Diagrams of a Flower

Printable diagrams of a flower to help you learn more about the detailed structure and anatomy of a flower. In the following flower diagrams, the parts of a flower are drawn with the labels. Click on the image to zoom and save the diagrams. Here’s the list of the diagrams.

Detailed Diagram of a Flower
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You can check out on the diagrams of a flower about some vital parts of a flower. The flower is the reproductive unit of some plants (angiosperms). Parts of the flower include petals, sepals, one or more carpels (the female reproductive organs), and stamens (the male reproductive organs). The pistil usually is located in the center of the flower and is made up of three parts: the stigma, style, and ovary. The stigma is the sticky knob at the top of the pistil. It is attached to the long, tubelike structure called the style. The style leads to the ovary that contains the female egg cells called ovules.

Diagram of a Flower and Its Parts
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Diagram of a Flower Fly
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The male parts are called stamens and usually surround the pistil. The stamen is made up of two parts: the anther and filament. The anther produces pollen (male reproductive cells). The filament holds the anther up. During the process of fertilization, pollen lands on the stigma, a tube grows down the style and enters the ovary. Male reproductive cells travel down the tube and join with the ovule, fertilizing it. The fertilized ovule becomes the seed, and the ovary becomes the fruit.[s]

Diagram of a Flower Pistil
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Diagram of a Flower Stamens
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