What do zinnia seeds look like?


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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