Why do flowers dissolve so fast?

When a flower is thrown out in a single day or even a few hours from the nipple, this may seem like a real miracle. But the thing is that the flower in a miniature has already been formed inside the bud, and just waiting for the right moment to dissolve. Cutting of the bladder - and you will see inside the bodies of the flower in a reduced form. The bladder is dissolved when its cells, having absorbed enough moisture, begin to grow. The buddies of many flowers are formed in the autumn, winter or early spring, so they quickly blossom with the advent of heat in spring or early summer.

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