|what is the best way to save leftover seeds that were not used this year
|Answer from NGA
May 3, 2010
|Heat, light and moisture are the enemies of of seeds so store your leftover seeds in a mason jar or other jar with a screw-on top and set it in a cool, dark place. I put mine on the floor of a seldom used closet or cupboard but I also make a note on my calendar where I stashed them so I know where to look for them the following spring. Best wishes with your garden!
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