Why are some flowers brightly colored?

1 Answer
Apr 18, 2018

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Brightly colored plants tend to attract insects. When a flower attracts a bee, for example, the bee will gather the pollen and fly to another flower. When they land on the other flower, the pollen that was picked up from the previous flower, is then transferred to the new flower. So the reason for the plant being a bright color is to increase the speed of pollination.