GrammaChar said:Put the seeds in a container and cover lightly (not airtight). As the outer shell dries out, the seeds will *pop* (hence the cover or you'll have them all over the floor). One day I kept hearing a clicking sound and couldn't figure out where it was coming from....Then I remembered the seeds on the windowsill. Drying time probably depends on temperature and humidity, but figuring that out gets too technical for me.
tx_flower_child said:Yes, this is an older thread but it contains what I've been looking for.
First a comment. Blaming it on too much shade and our weird weather as well as benign neglect on my part, I didn't get very many flowers this year. And I've never seen a seed but that could be me.
So anyway, since it was supposed to freeze last night, I trimmed both of my Flame Acanthus back. Not severely. Since I know it can be propagated from cuttings, I would love to know how. Step by step with no big words. 😝 Please and thank you.