My dwarf sweet peas have now finished flowering and are very loaded with plump seed pods. Do I let them go until the pod becomes very dry or, at what stage do I pick them. Should they be stored in an airtight container?

Submitted: 08:32PM, 11 Nov 2009
Answer: Hi Barbara, yes let the pods dry right out on the plant before picking, removing the pods and storing the seed in an airtight container in a cool dark place.
Category: General
Tags: Sweet peas
Answered: 08:48AM, 20 Nov 2009


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