|The flowers of Bahia grass, Paspalum notatum, are specialized for pollination by the wind. The feathery,|
Christmas tree-like stigmas stand upright, while the pendant stamens dangle below.
|The giant Aloe dichotoma has evolved a unique way to continue thickening its stem, allowing it to become tree-like.|
|Aloes in general have red, orange or|
yellow flowers adapted for
bird-pollination. The flowers of
Aloe dichotoma are yellow.
|Yuccas and their relatives live in similar climates|
and have similar growth forms as Aloes,
but have colorless flowers adapted for pollination by moths.