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Leeks that have gone to seed

I have the heads with seeds in them. Can I dry these heads for seeds to start my crop of Leeks next spring. How do I dry the seeds and store them until spring?


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#1 Comment By BushDoctor On 09/13/2017 @ 4:22 pm

I recommend drying the seeds on your counter on top of a paper towel. This method is tried and true with me. After they dry for a few days, then put them in a bag, or glass jar and save them in a cool dark place, such as a box, in your closet, or a drawer.


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