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 (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.
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 Chosensites.com
Visit this seeds category page on chosensites.com to find editorially-reviewed resources about this topic.
- Seeds Page on Jumblex.org
Visit this seeds category page on jumblex.org to find editorially-reviewed resources about this topic.
- McClure, Susan. Seeds and Propagation. New York, NY. Workman Publishing. 1997.
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