Restart Seeds - Knowledgebase Question

Tucson, Ar
Question by andrwtyr1
May 24, 2010
what is the best way to store Culumnbine and Delphinium seeds so that you plant them again? I've tried bagging them but they rot.

Answer from NGA
May 24, 2010


If they rotted in plastic bags, they weren't completely dry before you stored them. Try spreading them out on a paper towel for about a week. Just set them in a cool, dry place to air dry. At the end of the week just gather up the paper towel, seeds and all and place them in a plastic baggie or in a glass jar with a screw on lid. Then set them in a cool, dark place. Heat, moisture and light are enemies of seeds so make sure they are kept cool, dry and dark. Best wishes with your seeds.

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