Can you seed experts advise on the best way to keep some green pole
beans and lima bean seeds for planting in a future year? We have some
heirloom beans, and were not able to plant all of them this year. Would
like to keep them until at least next spring. Suggestion? Just a cool
dry place or in the fridge?
A cool dry place is fine. If you are in an area that has bugs that get into
flour stored on the shelf, you may want to put them in a coffee can,
sprinkle some Sevin dust on top of them, the lid on it and seal it with
tape. They will last for years that way.
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