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Freezing Hummingbird Vine Pods for Spring Planting

I read your comment about vine pods. I have a hummingbird vine. It's name is "campsis Radicans. My vine has been in the ground about 10 years and we would like to start some seeds from our pods.


We want to have the vine on the other side of the house. I would appreciate any thing you could tell me. We don't have very cold weather so I will winter them in the freezer. After you let them dry and take them off in fall, what kind of container do I put them in for storing in the freezer?

Hardiness Zone: 8a

By Marie from OR


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