Answer: Leftover seeds can be successfully kept over the winter. Store the seeds in an airtight container, in a cool, dark location. I put mine in a jar, close the lid, and place the container on the floor of a seldom used closet. Next spring the seeds should be just fine.
You can order seeds from any current Burpee Catalog. They will be shipped as they are available. Order online at http://www.burpee.com.
Mina seeds can take 20-25 days to germinate in warm soils (70F-75F degrees). The seeds need to be chipped and soaked prior to planting 1/4" deep in warm soil. If you didn't chip and soak the seeds, they'll take some extra time to germinate. The seed coats will need to soften before the seeds can sprout. Have a little more patience and new little seedlings should appear in your garden within a few weeks.
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