- HoneyLv 79 years agoFavorite Answer
Pollen comes from most male plants including bushes, trees, shrubs, weeds, etc. It is the plant equivalent of semen. In some plants, the pollen is transferred by insects like bees, in other plants the pollen is emitted by the male plant in great quantities and dispersed by the wind so that some will find a receptive female plant.
- MaXLv 79 years ago
Pollen is a fine to coarse powder containing the seed of plants. So, essentially pollen comes from many different varieties of trees and plants.
- 9 years ago
The pollen sac in a flower
the Pollen sac sits on top of the stamen, or the male reproductive part of the flower
- HaroldLv 79 years ago
They come the blooms of flowering trees and are tiny seeds.
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- Anonymous9 years ago