However, some plants still depend on the wind to pollinate them and are called dioecious, that is, having separate male and female plants. Typically they do not have petals and they make a lot of pollen. This is our native Cardinal Feather flower, Acalypha radians, which is dioecious. It is always a favorite on my botanical tours.
This is also Cardinal Feather flower.
Sometimes it doesn't take a botanist to tell which flowers are the girls and which are the boys. Just sayin'.