Maybe a better title would be “Seed Hoarding.”
January is the time to sort seeds. We start sowing in February here in North Carolina.
I must say that sorting would be easier if Flower had done a better job of storing them. Note the envelopes with 2015 on them. (Sigh)
It seems as though any old bag will do.
Accurate labels are not important either.
Thankfully I took an Economic Botany class in college.
Our final was identifying hundreds of seeds by sight.
I do throw in a few pods with the seeds.
If I did not, I am afraid that Columbine seeds could be mistaken for a bag of mouse poop.
I found these unidentified seeds in a tiny bucket. (Anybody recognize them?)
Seeds do have their own character.
Here are some Hibiscus seeds that were husked today.
Jack-o-Lantern has never grown here. I’ll try again.
I seem to have sown a seed in my coffee.