You are describing an old method called sowing the seeds. It was used for large and small fields. This was used for grass like crops that didn't have to be in even rows.
Honestly I not a seed expert but the type of flower might b a snap dragon.add. Seed cases that split to reveal the seeds are (I think) called dehiscent. Peas, gorse and broom are examples. Some actively spring the seed for dispersal. I think there is a special name for this, but I'm remote from my resources just now.There is also an attractive basket fungi, a cup about 3 - 4mm dia, papery looking, with half a dozen flattened seeds in it. Medium brown in colour, and I believe these seeds also spring into space. [They could hardly escape otherwise.]
The scientific name of seeds is dependent upon what variety the seed is. There are thousands of names of seeds.
Plants are usually classified into three groups. Annuals - Plants that sprout from seed, go through all their growth stages and go to seed in the fall. Seed to seed, so to speak. An example would be Wheat, Barley, Corn or Oats! Bi-Annuals - These plants sprout from seed the first year and winter over as a Rosette and then in the spring of the second year they continue on through their growth stages to Seed. Sweet Clover, CurleyDock Plants, Garlic, and in some uses, Austrian Peas. Perrenials - are plants that sprout from seed, grow to maturity and produce seed from the first year on through several years. Your lawn grass would make a good example or an Elm Tree.
it stores food for the young plant and also protect itAnswer:It's a principle part of the embryo in the seed of a plant. Seeds with two are called dicotyledons, seeds with only one are called monocotyledons.
a scatter seed is a pack of seeds that scatter all over
to prevent overcrowding
By various seed dispersal mechanisms
the importance of seed dispersal is for the continuation of plant and species life
Oil is randomly generated. There is no seed for oil.
Sow, in both cases.
You can find a golden seed randomly in a golden chamber.
They eat the fruits and then later the seeds are deposited in their excreta.
Assuming you mean nasturtiums scatter the seed in the spring and stand back. They will be with you forever.
Every map has them, as they are randomly generated.
its a seed called a bulb its big and oval shaped.by Olivia ------x------