The purpose of sexual reproduction is to produce offspring through the fusion of female and male gametes from two individuals (fertilisation).
Asexual reproduction, where a plant can reproduce without involving another plant, is possible in hermaphrodites, which have both male and female organs.
Pollination: Pollen grains travel from the flower to the other plant by wind or by animals.
Fertilisation: When a pollen grain reaches the stigma, the male gamete joins with the female gamete.
Seed Formation: The zygote develops and then grows into a new plant.