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My Plants are starting to seed. What is the best way to save these seeds for next year???Like to use seeds for new starts in the spring.
The best way to save your seeds,is to remove them from your flowers or veggies,and allow them to dry for several days.I put mine on cookie sheets and spread them out so they are not touching.Then I put them in old prescription vials and cap them loosely.Keep an eye on them the first 2 days.If you see condensation in the vial
they are not dry yet.When they are dry,tightly cap the vial,label it,and store in a dark place for next year.
I keep mine in white envelopes, it's worked great so far.
make sure they are Heirloom plants. Seeds from Hybrid plants can be saved but will not produce well.