I love this time of the year…time to save seeds for next year’s crop! We save only heirloom seeds. Hybrids can sometimes cross-pollinate, especially melons.  (If we want a hybrid, we buy one from a reputable seed company each year.)   I label all my seeds. I think I’ll remember which is which, but it never happens. I can pick out corn and peas…and then they all look the same to me. For information on saving specific types of seeds, you can visit the International Seed Saving Institute. A little time will saves money and ensures we have our favorite produce year after year.

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