lesley verbrugge wrote:which I've sorted into month by month sowing times will mean that I get even more seeds into the ground this year.
Steve Thorn wrote: ...so I sow all of these leftover seeds together in a kind of "free for all" bed, that I don't really do anything else to. The seeds are usually sown really quickly and thickly, by casting out the seed by hand, with lots of other varieties of leftover seeds, and so they usually grow super thick with no "weeds". The really strong plants survive, and it's neat to see some of the tough plants that make it and is probably a really good breeding bed to create super vigorous plants
John F Dean wrote:How long will seeds keep? For clarity, lets say frozen, refrigerated, and room temperature.