The actinomorphic flower is the kind of flower with radial symmetry. Any kind of cut made over the center may divide this flower into 2 equal portions. Also called “regular” “polysymmetric”, or “regular” flower, you can bisect an actinomorphic flower at any point. It can have 2 identical halves. In most cases, a flower is actinomorphic.
“Do you know any actinomorphic flower? Wild roses, petunies, buttercups, and lilies are some of the actinomorphic flowers.”
“You can divide an actinomorphic flower in 3 to more the same parts. Each part is identical to the rest of the flower.”