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Plant Identification: SOLVED: Seed ID needed

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Huntington Beach, CA
(Zone 10a)

October 13, 2001
5:01 AM

Post #15915

Well, I dead headed these seeds either from my house or from my walks (shhhhh) don't tell anyone, ok! And now I can't remember what it is. If it was from a plant of mine, it is no longer around or the blooms are gone for now. This is what the seeds and seed head looks like. The seeds look like a tear drop and kinda shiny looking.

TIA, Donna

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October 13, 2001
7:29 AM

Post #145812

Linum - flax seeds? (Has a medicine ball shaped seed head where all the seeds are in separate compartments. Seds are flattened and very shiny.)
United Kingdom

October 13, 2001
11:57 AM

Post #145853

I agree with Baa...definiteley looks like Flax.
Westbrook, ME
(Zone 5a)

October 13, 2001
12:01 PM

Post #145855

Yup. Flax.

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