Yes. Peas have seeds. In fact, the peas themselves are seeds if grown to full maturity and allowed to dry on the vine.
No. Sprouts are buds peas are seeds.
no but tomatoes are as they have seeds
No, they are seeds.
after you plant the seeds
peas disperse their seeds by self dispersal. When the pod dry's out the peas literally explode out of their pod and land somewhere new ready to grow into a new plant.
Peas grow inside the pea pod. They are the seeds.
Peas are the seeds of the pea plant. They are produced in pods. Pea plants have leafs which are green but are not peas.
Yes peas do have seeds and the pea its self is a seed. --D
The peas are the seeds of the pea plant. They are inside pods.
yes. but since peas have (are) seeds, they're also biologically a fruit - as is corn.
Yes, the peas are the seeds.
I have no freaking idea.
sunflower, seeds, peas, corn, beans, wheat, oats, and rice
nope, they are seeds. to be more precise pod seeds which makes the pod a fruit.
Pea plamts, peas, edemame, some corn. Anything related to peas.
Peas, radishes and bean sprouts.
No, peas are seeds, and the pods are the 'fruit'.
Peanuts are closer to peas than nuts, they are seeds in a pod! Strictly speaking, they belong to the legume family, which consists of peas and beans.
There are many foods that are made from seeds. There are plenty of fruits and vegetables that come from seeds. Some examples of foods that come from seeds are tomatoes, peppers, lemons, limes, green beans, peas, pumpkin, and watermelon.