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Re: Storing seeds and other matters

At 09:33 AM 12/10/99 -0500, you wrote:
>At 09:17 AM 12/10/1999 EST, you wrote:
>I followed a fellow gardener's advice 
>>and am storing my dry hosta seeds in the frig till spring. 
>Those seeds should be in the freezer, when stored for any length of time.
>If they are in paper envlopes, you can put several in a "Zip Loxk" type
>bag, and store safly.
I don't store hosta seeds, but do store hibiscus seed. I save the little
dessicator packets that come in prescription medication (and some over the
counter stuff like Bayer) and put them in the bag with the seeds to keep
them dry.

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