Most flowers have 4 major parts: pistils, stamens, calyxes, and corollas.
The pistil is the female, seed bearing part of the flower. Most flowers have 2 or more pistils. Compound pistils are just known as a pistil. The pistil has 3 parts:the stigma, the style, and the ovary. The ovary contains one or more ovules.
The stamen is the male, pollen-producing part of the flower. Often stamens are the most attractive parts of a flower. The stamen has 2 parts:the anther and the filament.
The calyx is made up of sepals. Usually these are green in color.
The corolla is the colorful part of the flower that includes petals.