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Seeds Information

  • Seeds
    Seeds are plant embryos with a protective coating that lie dormant until they are planted and germinated. Learn more about seeds with this helpful seed guide.
  • Seed Catalogs
    Seeds are an easy and inexpensive way to start a garden and seed catalogs offer a variety of seeds for sale. Visit this site to learn more about seeds and seed catalogs.
  • Pinecone on Pine Tree Branch thumbnail Pinecone on Pine Tree Branch (Illustration)
    Black-and-white drawing of a pine tree branch that has a large pinecone growing on it. Pinecones contain seeds that sprout into new trees. Pine trees are a type of evergreen that produce scaly cones instead of flowers.
  • Cardinal thumbnail Cardinal (Illustration)
    This coloring page depicts a cardinal, a medium-size songbird with a crested head. These robust birds are widespread and abundant in North America. They have strong beaks, eat seeds, and do not migrate long distances.
  • Old Garden Shed with a Red Door (Digital Image)
    A red, weathered door adorns an old garden shed. Open the door to reveal the items that your garden shed stores.
  • Hands Holding a Plant Seedling (Digital Image)
    A pair of hands cups dirt and a started plant, with a bright blue sky in the background. Whether you are looking for seeds to start your own plants or whether you are looking for fully-grown plants, plant nurseries will have what you are looking for.

Seeds Directory Page(s)

  • Seeds Page on Jumblex.org
    Visit this seeds category page on jumblex.org to find editorially-reviewed resources about this topic.

Seeds News

  • New way to get more oil from seeds
    Local scientists may have found a way to make plant seeds produce more oil, which could have implications for crops such as oil palm.
    Straits Times.  Sat, 20 Apr 2019 05:00:00 +0800.
  • Do songbirds pay a price for winter wandering?
    During harsh winters, birds that eat conifer seeds sometimes leave their homes in northern forests and wander far from their normal ranges in search of food. ...
    Science Daily.  Mon, 15 Apr 2019 08:19:54 EDT.
  • Settlement talks fail in soybean seed lawsuit in Tennessee
    Lawyers have failed to reach a settlement in a federal lawsuit claiming a soybean seed company purposely sold faulty seeds to black farmers in Mississippi
    ABC News.  Tue, 09 Apr 2019 18:50:30 -0400.

Seeds Bibliography

  • McClure, Susan. Seeds and Propagation. New York, NY. Workman Publishing. 1997.

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