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OfflineDXQuack
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Morning Glory
    #348729 - 06/25/01 05:50 PM (15 years, 5 months ago)

Ok Ok I have taken the seeds from the nursery, and they were intresting. I just moved into a place that has a whole wall of heavenly blues. Are the seeds "fresh" from the vine more potent? When the heck and where the heck do the seeds come from on the plant. I have been checking, but I can not find any. I am sure it is the worng season or somthing.......do they form around the flowers, or what?

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Re: Morning Glory [Re: DXQuack]
    #348790 - 06/25/01 07:19 PM (15 years, 5 months ago)

well...as a rule fresher materials are better than old.
for the seeds question..i don't know( i never grown morning glory)...sorry

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Re: Morning Glory [Re: DXQuack]
    #348898 - 06/25/01 10:09 PM (15 years, 5 months ago)

Well, when the flower falls off, there will be a small green pod. This pod will begin to swell. Toward the end of the season this pod will dry out and the little black seeds will fall out. If you have an early frost (will kill the plant before the pods dry) then take off all the swollen pods and dry them in a dark, dry area and then take the seeds from the pods. The flowers, in my area, usually show up around july/august and the seeds are harvested for storage after the first frost, so as not to cause undo trama to the living plant.

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