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Some flowers and plants that heal quickly after being crushed

There are amazing secrets hidden in the factory of nature, some flowers and plants have such properties that they not only endure the injury and wound but they also heal themselves very quickly.

According to scientists, orchids and peas have the ability to repair themselves in just 10 to 48 hours if they are broken, which is a significant speed. Its plants straighten themselves despite twisting, burrowing, and being trampled underfoot. In contrast, many types of plants and flowers do not tolerate this injury and die.

Professor Scott Armburster of the University of Portsmouth and his team observed 23 flowers and their plants from Britain, Europe, Australia, North and South America. Assessed injuries and breakage or twisting. Some flowers were pulled 45 to 90 degrees from their original direction and tied for a while.
It should be noted that the reproduction of flowers often depends on the alignment of the genitals, ducts, stigmas and other parts of the flower and they are destroyed as soon as they are touched. Experts found that when some flowers were crooked and then released, they returned all their genitals and vital parts to their original condition.

Surprisingly, when some of the flowers of some plants were released, each flower gradually returned to its original state and became perfectly healthy. Some flowers, if they were bent to the right, then turned to the left again after being restored. They include a flower called Lizzie.

This result showed that flowers and certain types of plants know how to compensate for their losses.

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