To decline or fall apart; to become worn and shabby.

This phrase comes from gardening. After a plant has flowered, it falls apart, sending its seeds into the soil. As the plant dies, it 'goes to seed'.
Hicksville has gone to seed since the last time I was there.
by VAKI5 May 11, 2005
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