Anthophyta: Flowering Plants
Members of the Anthophyta phylum are gymnosperm, or seed producing, plants. They reproduce sexually, mostly through pollination by insects and the wind and have been around for at least 450 million years. One plant is both male and female, with one part being female and the other male.
Agriculture is almost entirely dependent on flowering plants, and without them we would starve. This is mostly because they are producers of many fruits, and vegatable.