Small embryonic plant usually with stored food for germination
A seed is a capsule containing an embryonic plant with enough initial food for germination.
The most common form of plant propagation is by growth from a seed, ahead of other kinds of propagation, such as cloning from suckers or cuttings. Seeds are the result of sexual reproduction which involves fertilization of a flower by pollen from the same or a closely related species.
Use this tag for questions about identifying, obtaining, storing and germinating seeds.