Answer: If seeds are properly stored they'll remain viable for several years. When saving seeds, place them in an air tight container and store them in a cool, dark location - the back of a cupboard or the floor of a closet would be perfect. If seeds are exposed to light, moisture or heat they'll lose viability in a hurry. If you stored your seeds properly, they should be just fine. If they weren't stored properly they may still sprout but the germination rate might be much lower than when they were new.
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