Can anyone tell me where to find them?
After the flower dies, you be able to see a large pod under where the flower was. They are protected by the green "flap", sorry don't know the scientific name for that, that the flower seemed to come out of. Pull that flap back a little on one and you should be able to see the seed pod.
Thanks. Does it have to turn brown and dry up like other seed pods?
After some heavy duty searching, I finally found a picture on the internet. This should help!
Here is a link that might be useful: Ripe glad photo
Thanks. That will be helpful.