Flowers PPT by Aditya Sharma

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Flowers PPT by Aditya Sharma

  1. 1. Made byADITYA SHARMA 4TH C R.NO- 3
  2. 2. INTRODUCTION Flower is a most colourful and beautiful part of a plant Flower makes fruit and most fruits bear seeds Most flowers have attractive colours. A flower, sometimes known as a bloom or blossom, is the reproductive structure found in flowering plants.
  3. 3. Seasonal Flowers Spring Flowers: The flowers of spring season are Apple blossom, Tulip , Orchid etc.
  4. 4. Summer FlowersFlowers blooming in summers are:Chameli , China Rose, Lily , Sada Bahar
  5. 5. Winter FlowersFlowers of winter season are:Rose , Dahlia , Chrysanthemum etc.
  6. 6. Flowers are beautiful. Flowers smell divine .There are edible flowers, flowers for cooking, andeven flowers that make you feel relaxed and calm•Roses are edible.Rose water is used as medicineand used for adding flavour to drinks and sweets.•Sunflowers seeds are nutritious.•Lavender is natures relaxation tool.
  7. 7.  Flowers like Marigold , Zenia etc. are used for making colours . These are used to dye clothes. Some flowers are used for decoration purposes. Arnica Flower is used in making lotions The vanilla bean comes from an orchid Kachnar, banana and sahjan are eaten as vegetables
  8. 8. Facts about Flowers The largest flower in the world is the titan arums, which produce flowers 10 feet high and 3 feet wide. The flowers smell of decaying flesh and are also known as corpse flowers The flower buds of the marsh marigold are pickled as a substitute for capers. Sunflowers move throughout the day in response to the movement of the sun from east to west. Tulip bulbs can be substituted for onions in a recipe. Lotus is the National flower of India .

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