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Seed storage question

5 months ago

I have several packets of annual seeds (zinnia, cosmos, sunflowers & mexican sunflowers aka tithonia) and some perrenial seeds (asters & rose mallows). I bought them late last winter or early spring but never got them planted. Theyve been sitting, unopened, on a shelf in my kitchen since then. We dont have AC in the kitchen, so it gets hot in there in the summers. Where should I be storing my seeds? Im sure my current sutuation isnt ideal. I have a basement that stays about 65F yr round and theres a fridge down there. Are either one of those places better suited for seed storage? I read that native seeds need a certain amt. of fridge time (cold) to germinate.

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