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  • What is a flower stem?

  • A flower stem is one of a plant 鈥檚 structural axes. It supports the flowers and leaves of a plant and helps the nutrients (water and fertilizer) reach the roots. This is in the form of glucose when the leaves soak up the nutrients. There are many types of flower stems, and it can be helpful to learn about all of them.

  • What is the science behind changing colors of flowers?

  • THE SCIENCE OF COLOR CHANGING FLOWERS. The cut flowers take up water through their stem and the water moves from the stem to the flowers and leaves. Water travels up tiny tubes in the plant by a process called Capillary Action.

  • Does the type of flower make a difference?

  • Does the type of flower make a difference? Keep the type of white flower the same but try different colors in the water to see if that makes a difference. The cut flowers take up water through their stem and the water moves from the stem to the flowers and leaves. Water travels up tiny tubes in the plant by a process called Capillary Action.

  • What are the types of stems in plants?

  • Stem types and modifications. In perennial plants the short stem may produce new shoots for many years. Plants producing woody stems are called trees and shrubs; the latter produce branches from or near the ground, while the former have conspicuous trunks.