Sunday, November 02, 2008

Seed Saving: How to Save Sweet Fennel Seeds

Allow the sweet fennel seeds to dry on the plant.
Hold part of the stem that has the seeds and carefully cut it with a pruner. I have a tray closeby that I can throw in all these stems.
Harvest the seeds on the tray and discard the stems. Save the seeds in paper envelops and make sure to label and date the seeds.

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