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Re: harvesting seeds

Nice fuchsia, Donna. I would guess that you collect the seeds when the pods are ripe and let them dry before removing them from the pods. Fuchsias are normally propagated by cuttings, however. Very easy to root; will root, even bloom while doing so, in water.

On Wednesday, July 14, 2004, at 11:45 PM, Donna wrote:

Ok.... I should have been deadheading.... but ya know....

Anyways, here is a picture of an annual (for me) in a hanging basket.
Note all the hips/seed pods?

Ok Jim (or anyone)-- when do I harvest them for next season? Storage?



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