Thought You Might Enjoy this Q&A From Ask.com regarding Wildflowers
Question: Why Are Some Wild flowers Highly Scented with Brightly Coloured Petals?
Top Answer: Some wild flowers are highly scented with brightly colored petals so as to attract pollinators like insects and birds. The pollinators feed on the nectar and help in distribution from pollen grains from anthers to stigma of the same plant or another plant. This enables continuation of reproduction.
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