Today I did a little seed roundup (IN MO)
Partridge Pea (some had already ejected, some were still green)
Wild Senna (some were fully brown, others still a little green) I read somewhere that these can be collected while still slightly green. I tried a couple that way as a test. I'll see which gets better germination in the spring I guess.
Grey Headed Coneflower: These things just shattered when I tried to pick up a seedhead, so I assume they were def. ready to go.
Rough Leaved Dogwood: Only one dried out berry left on the entire shrub.
Aster*: I think New England but I am not positive on the ID. Some of the seed heads were fluffing out but the seeds were still kind of white. I decided not to collect any because I think the seeds should be browner?
Indigo: There is nothing but the seed pods left on the plant, so I didn't bother looking up the ID process. I collected a seed pod and I'll just try to grow it out and see what it is.
Milkweeds* Most of the milkweeds have either already dispersed seeds or just have a few left clinging to the pods. I managed to get a few remaining seeds for some pods that were spliting open.