We are in a Mediterranean grove with an arid effect that creates a sparse grove. It is a good place for orchids, and there are many, but the anemone interests us. Anemone belongs to red bowl flowers. All have bowl-shaped flowers. The flowers close at night and contain pollen and no nectar. Beetles love flowers and use them as a kind of home. Most of the flowers that attract insects are bisexual. The flowers can be female or male. The male phase is before the female step. That is, the flower in the male stage is more beautiful because the seed needs to be spread. In general, in nature, there is much more sperm than eggs. Therefore, the question is, who said that nature needs 50% men? With an anemone, the process is the opposite. The first stage is female, and the second is male. A white circle appears in the male phase to attract insects.