Aug 6, 2018
If you’re like me, storing seeds is a necessity. You may have particular flowers that you grow every year like geraniums, or a favorite kind of kale or watermelon that you love the taste of. But knowing how to store seeds is incredibly important, as poorly-stored seeds won’t germinate.
No matter if the seeds are large or small, there is a proper way to store them for long periods of time. Even if you just need them to be viable until the next planting season, it’s important to have the right conditions in place!
So if you found that rare seed type you’ve been looking for at long last, go ahead and grab a packet or two, and I’ll go over the best way to store seeds for long term use!
Podcast Sponsor: Four Sigmatic
I've been a fan of Four Sigmatic for a while, so when they decided to send out some product and sponsor the cast, I was overjoyed. They make "drinking mushrooms." Delicious and easy to mix mushroom coffees, mochas, hot cacaos, and elixirs.
I'm a big fan of the Lion's Mane Coffee and the Hot Cacao with Reishi - the perfect way to bookend a day.
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