Hermaphroditic plants exist in different parts of the globe. Some of the most common examples of hermaphroditic plants are horse chestnuts, magnolia, linden, sunflower, daffodil, mango, and petunia. Vining crops, such as squash, pumpkin, and cucumber, are also examples of hermaphroditic plants.
So that we can provide more in-depth information about hermaphroditic plants, this article focuses on two types – roses and lilies. These flowers can reproduce on their own and are often the top picks of amateur and professional gardeners.