Most plants, if let be, will do what they need to do to reproduce. Typically, a plant will fruit, flower, set seed, and then wither away. As the plants wither, the seed dries up, falls off the plant, and sows itself for germination at a favorable time. But saving seeds is essential to have guarantees of growing that plant next year. Allow the plant to take its full course, and when the seeds are fully mature and dried on the plant, it’s time to take them inside to store. Sage seeds, which are almost black, fall easily from the flower when they’re ready to harvest. Continue reading how to save various plants in the source.