When the sunflower produces pollen, it gathers at the base of the head of the flower. From there, it attracts bees and butterflies to help with pollination.
The inner circle of the visible sunflower “head” – i.e., the area inside of the long, skinny, yellow petals – is actually made up of many small flowers. Mature sunflower heads may contain thousands of flowers within them. These miniature flowers act like many others, as sfincher said: producing pollen, attracting pollinators, and hoping to either pollinate another plant or become pollinated.
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