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I have some nasturtium plants which are now starting to fade and they are dropping their pods everywhere.
I am going to replant some of the pods for next year. Can you advise as to when to plant these and whether I should let them dry out first or just plant them as is?
Thanks for your help.



These "pods" are the seeds. You'll find that lots of them will come up next year on their own, whatever you do. If you want to collect some and sow them next spring as insurance you can. I'd just keep them dry and cool and chuck them where you want them to grow after the frosts have finished where you live. If you want to start them off indoors you can, it's not really necessary but you can play with them if you want. :-)

10 Sep, 2011


Pickle them.......False Capers. The most edible salad plant there is, and it looks so good.

10 Sep, 2011

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