I have passion flower growing all over my property. It's been self-seeding over the years, and most of it is growing in the middle of fields, although I've managed to encourage some of it along fences. Last year, I gathered the seed pods, as I planned to put them where I want the passion flower to grow. But the pods rotted almost immediately. This year, I want to try again, except gather even more of the seed pods, especially from the passion flower out in the surround field -- I'm inching my way out into the pastures to clean them up (it's multiflora-rock-junk-poison ivy heaven out there :no: ), which means whacking a bunch of the passion flower. But i don't want the seed pods to rot on me again --- I'd like to do it right this time - any hints? BTW, I'm pretty sure last year, I picked the pods either right before or right after they fell off the stems --- they were pretty dry --- ???