Can I prevent a plant from producing seeds? While I was in Maine I noticed this plant/weed my relatives had growing in their front yard. It was killing their plants but I thought they were pretty so I took some. I knew it was a vetch of some sort and I was right. And when I was reading a little about them when I was watching them up so I could add them to my oasis I noticed that it said that they were “aggressively invasive” and then it said that they spread the through there seeds. Now I go by a rule when propagating, “When in doubt, Quarantine/Separate Out.” Which is my rule that if you have a plant you’re unsure about the species, you plant it in a pot and don’t put it near other plants or the ground. I’ve don’t this in the past but I’ve usually done it with plants that don’t seed. And before I had read this I wanted to put it on my front porch to wrap aroun the pillars. But even if I put it somewhere where the seeds won’t be able to reach the ground I have a LOT of birds and I know that they will probably eat the seeds. They aren’t going to seed right now because they don’t have any flowers so I want to get ahead of it. Worse case scenario I’ll just bring them in during seeding time but it would be amazing and so convenient if I didn’t have to worry about it. Thanks! #PlantsMakePeopleHappy #PlantAddict #PropagationStation #PestControl #OutdoorGrowing #vetch #MaineGang