>In January each year, I wait with anticipation for seeds hit the racks and the seed catalogs to come rolling in. I always buy my favorite flower seeds, mostly Zinnia’s and other favorites. The seed packages always end up either lying loose on a shelf in the garage or in a plastic tub along with other miscellaneous garden implements. I never had a good way to keep them in order, until now……
As you all may have read in a previous post, I try to participate each week in an online chat on Twitter called #gardenchat. Bren at BG Garden Blog hosts the chat each week and she works hard to find interesting guests for the group to chat with. A few weeks ago, Kerrie & Carol from The Seed Keeper Company were the guests for the evening. They have some excellent tips on caring and storing seeds and as always, I learned so much. As a part of the chat, they were giving away a Seed Keeper to a lucky winner. I guess it was my night because they drew my name! A few days later, a box appeared on my doorstep.
The Seed Keeper had arrived. It was packaged very well and included a very nice note.
A to Z dividers
A pair of garden gloves
A sorting Dish
6″ planting ruler
utility clip for hanging seed packs, gloves, etc..
5 wooden plant markers
5 glassine seed saving envelopes
An accessory bag
Rigid Keeper Card to keep seed packs and info upright
Below is how I used to “organize” my seeds
Wow! What a difference. Everything in one compact organized container!