• Question: How do plants create other plants?

    Asked by anon-357660 to ilma on 15 Mar 2023.
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      ilma qonaah answered on 15 Mar 2023:

      Plants can reproduce sexually in a process called pollination, it’s when a pollen (the male counterpart) is being carried by wind or insects to stigma (the female counterpart), eventually producing seeds.

      Plants can also reproduce asexually, it’s when a part of plants (like the stem) is being used to grow other plants.