Seeds are incredibly important for plants to propagate themselves. They contain a large reserve of energy for the plant to use once they sprout and grow, and they are adapted to disperse themselves from the parent plant in a way that makes sense in a particular environment (wind, birds, etc). Seeds also need some moisture, light, and heat to begin their growth cycle. Without all of these things, the seed would not be able to survive, and will die until conditions are right for it to grow again.

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Bloom seeds are particularly easy to identify because they are brightly colored and are attached to the end of a stalk. Players can find these in caves scattered around Hyrule, as well as being dropped from enemies in the Depths of Ruin. Players can use the Y button to select a Brightbloom Seed, which will automatically light up. Players can also attach the seed to their bow and shoot it, which will also illuminate any surface that it hits.

It is best to collect flower seeds after the flower has finished blooming and is fading or wilting. This will ensure that the seeds have a good chance of germination once they are collected. Some seeds, like sunflowers and rudbeckia, will burst open when they ripen to release their seedpods. Others, such as dandelion and milkweed, will have pods that float away on wind currents. Deadheading spent flowers can prolong blooms, and help to disperse seeds by removing energy from the plant that would otherwise be invested in producing more seeds.

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