Garden season is coming to a close in the northern hemisphere. You’ll want to bookmark this post so you can check out all 8 free offers. There is also a list of seed saving supplies at the bottom.
Save those seeds to keep your best vegetables and flowers producing next year.
Share extra seeds if you have them with other gardening family, neighbors and other seed savers.
There are several great groups on Facebook who share seeds all across the globe..
Below are the promised links to downloadable, printable and free seed packets. I’ve checked each link, have used several myself in the last few years. Enjoy! Share this post to Pinterest, Facebook, Google+, Instagram, and Twitter.
vintage antique look covers
labels onto mini envelopes
detailed info designs for the more serious seed saver
nice variety of package art styles
What to do with extra seeds, whether you saved them or bought them and you have more than you need…
Check out the groups of seed savers and seed sharers on Facebook.
Get involved in preserving seed diversity.
Try out new and heirloom varieties for yourself.
Supplies for yourself and for sharing/exchanging seeds can be found at the following links. I may be compensated if you make a purchase of the item in the link as an affiliate.
Links to basic craft, plastic, glassine and mailing envelopes at Amazon.com.
500 count 2″x3″ plastic bags http://amzn.to/2d0GyhH about $6.00 with Prime account.
100 count Mini Glassine Wax Paper Bags 2″x3 3/4″ about $6.50 with free shipping. Can order as few as 10 bags. http://amzn.to/2d7Y0Wq
Manilla or “coin” envelopes 2-1/4″x 3-1/2″ quantity 100 for about $11.00 http://amzn.to/2cVpn2u
4″x 8″ bubble wrap mailing envelopes 50 count for about $8.00 http://amzn.to/2dl6tSz
Keep seeds safe in the mail. Use accurate postage.
Don’t label as seeds on outside of package.
Do use bubble wrap to prevent crushing in sorting machines.
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