Every good gardener has noticed that seed catalogs are continually showing up in their mailboxes and seed and garden hardware are in full display at garden centers and department stores. Many of you are like me, you have seeds left from last year and an eye for more plants than your garden can hold. Don’t buy new seeds just yet. There is a good chance that your old seeds will still germinate even if they were stored in the cupboard. Most vegetable and flower seeds are still viable after several years.
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