What Do Zinnia Seeds Look like?

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Zinnia seeds can be difficult to identify sometimes. If you are questioning what Zinnia seeds look like, there is a general description you can refer to. Look for a long, thin seed pouch with a line down the middle like a leaf vein. One end should have a small tuft.
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Much longer than it is wide with a pointed tip buried in the flower's center when you pull the petals off.
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Zinnia seeds form at the end of the petal, they are long and narrow and will be brownish when dried. Zinnias are very easy to grow from saved seed, but you may be surprised by the
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