Answer: Yes, you can save seeds for the next year. Keep them in a dry, cool, dark place, or put them in the refrigerator in an airtight container (not the freezer). However, germination rates will probably be less. Each year, the rate will decrease somewhat. It's difficult to predict because it depends on the species and variety and the conditions the seeds are stored in. Some species will last quite a few years and others don't do as well. Next year, sow a little bit more heavily to make up for loss of viability. Hope this info helps!
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