Seed saving

The Nasturtium seeds have been forming,

and after collecting a handful,  I have been dropping them in random places to dry.

Once dry, I will package in small envelopes, label, and store in a cool dry spot.

Nasturtium seeds

11 thoughts on “Seed saving

    1. Shamefully, I have not been a seed saver until the last couple of years…either I get lazy, or I just worry about that “my seeds” aren’t as good as buying them! Last year my heirloom tomato seeds had an equal germination rate as the purchased seed. And I’m hooked when I can save money!

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