The first step is to cease mowing activity and let the lawn grow. When the grass flowers, you should wait 20-30 days before checking the seed heads. When the seeds feel plump and the seed heads seem very dry, you cut the stems about 3 inches below the lowest seeds, and then–very carefully–place the seed heads in a paper bag for approximately 6-8 weeks. This lets them really dry out so you can get all the seeds out. When time’s up, separate the seeds from the grass parts, and they are ready to be stored until planting time! See below for more information.
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