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Vegetable Seed Identification
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Identifying seeds can be a bit of a problem when you get them mixed up. Urban Farmer has put together an image library of some popular vegetable seeds for you to better identify your vegetable seeds.
A small light brown seeds with a great smelling aroma. Slightly curved with vanilla stripes running down the seeds.
One of the larger vegetable seeds, the bean seed is long and round with a vanilla white skin.
Perfectly round, hard little balls that are a dark brown to reddish in color.
Mostly round little balls. Should have a small indent down the entire seed. Range in color from brown to deep red.
A long, skinny seed with a smooth light brown skin.
A very fragrant seed that is very small and thin. They have a rough skin that is light brown.
A large seed that is unmistakable. A smooth skin with indents. A dark gold color on the outside going to a light gold middle.
A long skinny seed with a smooth outer surface. The seed is a pale tan color.
Another small seed with a slight pungent odor. Long and very skinny shape with a uniform blackish skin.
Small and very black seeds. They have a round, flat shape, almost like a pancake.
Another easily recognized seed. The pea seed is round with what look like dehydrated indents. Range in color from green to red.
A rounded, wavy seed that is paper thin. It has no odor and is a light vanilla color.
A large seed with a flat body. Larger than a squash seed but otherwise very similar. A uniform light tan color.
A very lopsided seed. Have a roundish body with small to medium size. A light brown color with hints of green. Odorless.
A large seed with a flat body. Smaller than a squash seed but otherwise very similar. A uniform light tan color with yellowish tent.
A pungent odor seed that is round with a wavy flat body. The tomato seed has a brown to light brown color.
Easily recognizable! A long skinny seed with a shinny black coat. Odorless.