A simple mason jar can do the job quite well. Storing seed packets in a jar allows you to seal it easily and even include silica packets if you’d like. It’s easy to find a place for jars, and larger jars can hold quite a few envelopes of seeds. Again, you can group them by any category you’d like. Continue to 9 of 9 below.What can you store in a small plastic envelope?
These small-sized envelopes can store coins, medications, resistors, capacitors, jewelry, credit cards, or SD memory cards. They also can store garden seeds since they release moisture. . .How can I organize my seeds?
With a filing box, you have room for labels and information for each category of seeds. Continue to 5 of 9 below. This handy photo organizer , which houses several 4x6 plastic containers, can double as seed storage. Each sleeve could contain quite a few packets. You could group them by type of flower or food, time of planting, or family.Are some seeds easier to store than others?
Some seeds are easier to store than others. Legumes are some of the easiest, for example. Cauliflower and tomatoes are 2 more easier to store seed types. I just saved a bunch of butterfly pea seed pods that popped up in the tens to hundreds recently outside our home.