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Re: off topic: zinna seed storage

In a message dated 96-10-23 16:04:43 EDT, you write:

>Anyway, I have a bumper crop of gorgeous, great growing, draught resistant
>:zinnas that I have a lunch sack size bag of seeds from.  I want to plant
>:them spring of 1998 in Washington State.  Should I keep them in the fridge,
>:or should they be frozen (CAN they be frozen, for that matter???)?

My grandmother just tied the stems together and hanged them upside down in
the dark, unheated stairway to the cellar, or sometimes put the seed in a
glass jar with a tight lid.  She never bought zinnia seed, but had lots every
year.  Clarence Mahan in VA

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