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  38. Ornamental plants 70 items
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  42. Tarragon 2 items
  43. Lobelia 1 item
  44. Dill 2 items
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  48. Fragole 1 item
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  50. Ornamental trees 3 items
  51. Corn 4 items
  52. Melons 11 items
  53. Parsley 5 items
  54. Parsnip 2 items
  55. Peas 2 items
  56. Cauliflower 5 items
  57. Poppy 3 items
  58. Lettuce 7 items
  59. Radishes 14 items
  60. Tomatoes 27 items
  61. Celery 2 items
  62. Asparagus 2 items
  63. Spinach 4 items
  64. Brussels sprouts 1 item
  65. Onion 3 items
  66. Cactus 1 item
  67. Chrysanthemums 1 item
  68. Broccoli 1 item
  69. Gazania 1 item
  70. Strawflower 1 item
  71. Dahlia 3 items
  72. Passion-flower 1 item
  73. Pumpkins 4 items
  74. Marigold 7 items
  75. Zinnia elegans 7 items
  76. Summer savory 2 items
  77. Coriander 2 items
  78. Basil 5 items
  79. Begonia 1 item
  80. Decorative shrubs 1 item
  81. Chickpeas 2 items
  82. Zucchini 3 items
  83. Pepper 10 items
  84. Grass 22 items
  85. Carnations 3 items
  86. Beans 10 items
  87. Broad bean 1 item
  88. Coffee 1 item
  89. Luffa 1 item
  90. Rudbeckia 1 item
  91. Bellflower 2 items
  92. Liatris 1 item
  93. Strelitzia 2 items
  94. Goji 1 item
  95. Catnip 1 item
  96. Aniseed 1 item
  97. Lemon balm 1 item
 
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About Seeds

Seeds are used to propagate many crops, such as cereals, legumes, aromatic plants, flowers, trees and grasses. Seeds are also a source of feed. Depending on the culture technology, these can be for amateur or professional use, hybrids and many other well-established varieties.

Because of climate change and the improvement of the culture method, scientists have developed hybrids. A hybrid is created when the breeders intentionally cross (by pollination) two different varieties of a plant. The descendant will have the best traits of each parent, such as the larger size of the fruit, disease resistance, indeterminate growth etc.