|Fresh Japanese Indigo Seeds from the Garden|
One thing I found interesting: the stubs (down to the ground) of the harvested plants sprouted back up and they too have produced flowers. Already! I was going to dig up a few to bring inside to mature, but after picking through, I think I have plenty. I understand that is one way to get seeds when the weather outside starts getting chilly. I guess they do a decent job of self-pollinating in the warmth of home.
Now they need to dry for a day or so and then I'll store them in a paper bag until time to plant in late winter.
So much fun :)
|Full of Seeds|
|The Indigo Forest|