Answer: As the weather warms, the plant will send up a flower stalk. Each little flower, if pollinated by insects, will produce a seed. When the seedpods turn a tannish color, the seeds are ripe and ready for harvest. Collect the seeds and store them in an airtight container in a cool, dark location until you're ready to sow. In late fall sow seeds 1/2 inch deep in moistened seed starting mix. Seedlings will appear in 5-15 days when kept at 65F.
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