Carrots reproduce by way of seeds. Unlike potatoes and other root vegetables, they aren't grown from tubers or rhizomes. Carrots are a cool or late season crop that grows best in temperate environments.Know More
If left unharvested, carrots develop tiny white flowers borne in umbels. These attract insects who fertilize the plants. After the plant is fertilized, the umbel curls up into what looks like a bird's nest. The resulting seeds are flat and have five ribs.
Once the carrot seeds are planted, they should germinate in six to 14 days. They need soft, pH neutral soil to develop a long, healthy taproot.Learn more about Botany
According to Biosciences for Farming in Africa, sexual reproduction in plants occurs when pollen from a plant's stamen reaches the stigma of a flower. The pollen contains sperm cells while the stigma holds the corresponding eggs. When the two meet, the sperm cells fertilize the egg, creating an embryonic seed that later germinates into a new plant.Full Answer >
Plants either reproduce sexually or asexually, depending on the type of plant. In sexual reproduction, two germ cells, or gametes, fuse to create the beginning of a genetically unique offspring. In asexual reproduction, a plant cell splits in two to create a genetically identical offspring.Full Answer >
Roses reproduce sexually, via their flowers. They are angiosperms, flowering plants which produce fruit that surrounds their seeds. In the case of roses, this fruit is called a rose hip.Full Answer >
Bamboo plants grow in clumps and then form bamboo stalks. They grow from rhizomes or seeds. As bamboo stalks grow larger, they form rhizomes. The rhizomes can spread out around the mature stalks of bamboo and grow new bamboo stalks.Full Answer >