On the left is the disaster that was how I’ve stored my seeds. For years. So, whenever it was time to plant something, or to replant I had to dig through the mess to find what I was looking for. I know. Not so bright. I determined this year that I would organize this mess as soon as I had a chance. I picked up a plastic shoe box for 77 cents and got to work a few nights ago. I had some scraps of matte board around (any stiff cardboard would work) and I cut cards with tabs that would fit into the box. I needed 30 some of them. I labeled them and arranged them in the box alphabetically and then filed my seeds. It took me about an hour. Sometimes I don’t know what takes me so long.
How about you? How do you organize your seeds?
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