Why pay every 12 months for a new plant (and create the plastic waste that comes with it) when that you could harvest seeds from this year’s vegetation and grow your possess from seed subsequent 12 months!
So for those of you who have no idea- this is borage. Bees find it irresistible, its pretty and super rapid developing!
So as soon as the plant is flowering, preserve an eye out for seeds. If you simply open up what was the flower head after the petals have dried and fallen off, that is where the seeds are. The seeds in this image are not ready to be harvested! If they may be green they may be no longer dry and they’re no excellent but.
that’s extra like it! These seeds have developed and dried and are capable to be harvested. Comfortably knock them off the plant with your finger into your hand or a pot. It is probably valued at citing as good that it can be without doubt a good notion to look on the ground if you happen to find any flower head which might be empty. This is seeing that the plant has frequently already dropped these seeds. See next photo for a better idea of what they look like once harvested.
Voila! A lovely handful of borage seeds competent to be saved for next 12 months! They’re relatively enormous seeds which might be darkish brown or black and have a white tip at one finish.
it can be absolutely a just right inspiration to naturally label your seeds in view that regardless of how sure you are on the time that you’ll ‘obviously bear in mind the small brown envelope used to be borage seeds’ – you won’t!
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