Male Female Reproductive Parts of a Flower Hunker Sexual Reproduction in Flowering Plants (With Diagram) Male Female Reproductive Parts. Flower Flowers, such as roses or lilies, have both male and female parts called perfects. Some flowers, such as those found on cucumbers or melons, have all male or all female parts but not a combination of both. Such flowers are known as unisexual flowers (e.g., watermelon, cucumber, etc.) Those flowers which have both sex organs are known as bisexual flowers (e.g., Hibiscus, pea, etc.) A flower generally bears a long or short axis. Flower, anatomy The Flower: The flower is the reproductive unit of some plants (angiosperms). Flower Anatomy Printout Parts of the flower include petals, sepals, one or more carpels (the female reproductive organs and stamens (the male reproductive organs). The Female Reproductive Organs: The pistil is the collective term for the carpel(s). The female parts of a flower consist of an ovary, which contains one or more ovules, a style and the stigma.