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Organize those seed packets

If you're like most folks, your seed packages end up in a shoebox, or bound together with a rubber band, and you have to dig through them hoping to find what you know is there when planting time comes. Over on vegetablegardener.com, Greg Holdsworth provides step-by-step directions for an organized storage system:
For a comprehensive list of storage times and viability for those seeds, see:

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  • Tina @ Repurposed Life
    Tina @ Repurposed Life Roff, OK
    on Jan 10, 2013

    Nice idea!

  • Z
    on Jan 10, 2013

    Wow Douglas, this is an awesome little storage container. I love that it's made from foam core. I figured it was painted balsa wood. Foam core makes it doable for a non-woodworker too. I'm terrible about not planting seeds so I'm tickled pink for the seed viability chart. I had no clue there was a such a thing. Thank you so much! P.S. This is such an awesome post it's being clipped twice to Organized Home and Gardening.

  • Miriam I
    Miriam I Bay Shore, NY
    on Jan 10, 2013

    Awesome tip!

  • CeeJai
    CeeJai Stockbridge, GA
    on Jan 11, 2013

    Douglas, thanks for the heads-up

  • Dee W
    Dee W Senecaville, OH
    on Jan 11, 2013

    muchh better than the basket mine wind up in, and with it almost time to start seeds, I might as well go through them now Thanks Douglas

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