When you collect your own seeds, you have more than enough to grow, eat, store, and share… you don’t need to be too precious. You can scatter freely. Set the seeds free.
Buying seeds can be expensive, especially if you are serious about growing your own food but… luckily for us …One Carrot plant can produce up to 1,000 seeds or more. That’s a good investment! 1000% return. Better than any bank you’ll find. (It’s no wonder the richest man on earth wants to control the seed market.)
External seeds: Carrots, lettuce, beans, spinach, broccoli, cabbage, onion etc. Go to seed after flowering
Collect (external) seeds, when they naturally dry on the plant. You can then replant it immediately or store it for later.
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4. Start your own veggie patch or home garden