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Re: collecting Legumes

Speaking of Baptisia, my dwarf Baptisia australis set seed this year.  
Not a lot, but would anyone like some? They should be sown this fall  
in ground, or for a little more control, in pots in a cold frame and  
planted in the spring.

Cathy, west central IL, z5b

On Nov 13, 2005, at 3:18 PM, Karen Fernsler wrote:

> I've the same problem -- when to remove them.
> My best luck seems to be when I wait for the pod to dry completely
> on the plant -- for what I harvest that usually ends up being
> late fall/early winter.
> Right now, I'm waiting for the baptisia to drop it's leaves.  I'd
> have expected that to be around now, but the weather has been too
> wacky.
> -s

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