Answer: Seed saving from hybrids is not always successful, but you can try. In all likelihood the resulting progeny will not be the same as the parents and there is even a chance the seed will not be viable. To try, allow a flower to fade until it is fairly dry, then pick it and continue to dry it indoors until you can pull the petals apart easily. When completely dry, store these in a cool dry place (inside a tightly closed jar in the fridge works well) until planting time next spring. Have fun with your experiment!
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