Students will see photographs taken by the author which show the parts of various flowers. There are step-by-step explanations explaining how plants reproduce using flowers. The pistil and stamen are labeled to help in the explanations. The presentation also pictures bees collecting pollen and a list of the most common pollinators. Because of the decline in the number of pollinators, this presentation helps promote a time to discuss the importance of protecting our pollinators as a crucial part of food production. The students will see a simple diagram created on top of an actual flower that shows the creation of a pollen tube from a grain of pollen, the sperm cell traveling down the pollen tube to fertilize the egg, and the fertilized egg becoming a seed. The students will then see a variety of flowers so they can try to identify the same parts of flowers on different kinds of plants. The PowerPoint ends with pictures of tomato plant flowers how they grow into the fruit of that plant.