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Cashann
Calabasas, CA

June 13, 2010
3:44 PM

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My sweet peas have been blooming since April and today I cut them down. Unfortunately, I didn't know I was to keep cutting them back so they wouldn't go to "seed - pea pods". Can I dry those pods for seeds next year? I hate to just throw them away if I can use them.

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