Grasses and Wind Pollination Lawns are composed of grasses. Have you ever seen a grass flower? Probably not, and the reason for this is that the flowers of plants in the grass family, which includes common grains (such as wheat, corn and sorghum), lack petals and do not attract insects or other animals. They spread their pollen by releasing large quantities into the air. Most of this pollen goes to waste, but a minority reaches other flowers and pollinates them.Gr
Sometimes I get stuck in my research and can't see the way forward. Does this happen to you too? One of the things that helps me is going out for a nice crawl. It's time to clear your head and release some energy by running around Crocolawn!