Goldenseal seed ?


Just wondering if anyone has any insight...I collect seed from a friend's goldenseal (Hydrastis canadensis) every year. They are usually inside beautiful red berries and I remove the pulp and sow them. This yr, however, I found no berries....just seeds in blackened what looks like leaf matter sitting on top of the leaves. What happened? Did something eat the berries and leave the seeds behind? If so, what? Apart from the berries being absent the plants themselves are gorgeous this year because of all the I don't think there's a disease attacking them or anything like that. Thanks for any ideas!

This post was edited by adidas on Mon, Aug 18, 14 at 18:00

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Haven't found an answer but I hate unanswered I'm letting this post drop from the top.

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