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Seed Season--Part 4: Seed Viability

February 20, 2014

Ever wondered how long you can save your seeds and have them still be viable? High Mowing Seeds created this chart to help you determine the longevity of your seeds.

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Seeds that don’t store well for me: corn, onions and spinach. The Seed Viability Chart suggests these have shorter storage times.

If you’re not sure about the viability of your stored seed you can do a simple germination test.

Daffodils Emerging

Roots in Downtown LA--2014