This tall bellflower produces small brown seed pods along its flower stem. The production is staggered with the lower pods maturing before the uppermost.
Collect the pods when they are a dark grey-brown, they will strip off the stem easily with a swipe of your hand. Place the pods on a plate and allow them to dry for a few days. Put the seed pods into a sifter and tap it to help remove the seeds from the pods. The seeds are light brown flecks.
Image by: wintersown
The brown pods have mature seeds.
Entered by Trudi_d
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