Viewing post #1037744 by evelyninthegarden
|That's what happened to me...I had everything so super-organized into categories: hardy annuals, tender annuals, perennials, warm season veggies, cool season veggies, and then all in alphabetical order.
Now it is in chaos from my seed-sowing and then seed-swapping. So I need to put them back in order, but I want to move a lot of seeds and reduce my cache. I need to donate what I will not use. So after the seeds germinate, and I know that they are good, I will donate my leftovers, as who can possibly sow all the seeds that come in packets. I cannot grow a thousand tomato plants, nor even all the hundred or so more varieties.
One nice thing about seed-hoarding is that they don't take up as much room as other things that people collect...like shoes or clothes or any other collectibles. They can be filed into boxes, but that is not fulfilling their purpose. (TO GROW INTO PLANTS!!)
At least I have finally begun sowing seeds.