|What is the proper way to store unplanted seeds? There are seeds packets are clearance in my garden centers now, and would like to buy to plant for next year.
|Answer from NGA
July 9, 2000
|Seeds are best stored in a cool dry place at an even temperature, and the refrigerator works very well. Put the packets in an airtight container such as a jar with a lid or a zipper plastic bag and keep them in the fridge until spring. Most seeds will last for at least a year if well stored.
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