Each seedpod that develops behind a flower may contain many seeds. This is because many grains of pollen become attached to the stigma of the female flower. Each seed is unique. Typically, on one female flower inflorescence, you have hundreds of seed produced, each capable of germinating into a unique seedling. All the seedlings resulting from an individual male pollinating an individual female is called a grex-they are the brothers and sisters of the same parents.