Q.I Save Seeds From My Morning Glory And Marigold Plants This Year. How Do I Store Them Until Next Spring? Similarly, I Have Additio
nal seeds that I purchased from various garden stores and I’m unable to use this year. How do I store these for next year? do I have to separate the various types of morning glory seeds? The extra purchased seeds include Sutton’s Harbinger peas, bush beans Calima, old timey collard greens,watermelon radish, green meat radish, tender sweet carrots and dwarf Siberian kale.
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You don't need to separate the morning glory seeds unless you want to plant them separately in the spring. Otherwise, they will grow mixed.