The Q&A Archives: Life Cycle For A Packet Of Seeds After Opened

Question: Can you keep seeds left over in a packet for the next year.

Answer: Most types of seeds can be kept for at least a year. Make sure the seeds and the packet are dry and then enclose it in an airtight container such as a glass jar and put that in the refrigerator. Remember to label it as to what it is and the date.

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