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Seed packet


Seed packets are great for gift giving, as well as for storing seeds from your own garden. If you are growing open-pollinated or heirloom plants, and you want to save the seeds for next year, you'll need to store them somewhere.

If you buy a package of seeds, and it is more than you can use, you can put some in a printed seed packet to share with others.

Click below for the pdf printable.


Seed Packet Pdf


To learn more about collecting seeds from your garden, read this post.


Onion Seeds in hand The Prudent Homemaker


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