Posted: 07/07/2013 at 23:02
If it were me I would let the seeds develop on the stems and depending on your style you could just wave the stem about where you would like them to grow or use a paper bag and put the stem upside down and collect them that way.
I do think it's possible to cut the stems off and then collect the seed, but I'm short on space and you have to keep them in damp free conditions
Thanks. I was wondering whether cutting the stems before they naturally dried would stop full development of the seed, but your answer implies that that doesn't happen. Is that right?