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After years of trying many different seed storing approaches, I think I have the bare bones of a setup that suits me.

You know how the seed companies send you their seeds in packets and each supplier uses different packet shape, size and material?

You know how that once you open the packet, it isn't so easy to seal it again so that the seeds don't fall out or spoil?

I may have a seed 'box' divided into categories, but each seed packet is a feral beast. I use ziplock bags to keep the seeds in but if I use a plain bag I lose all the species and growing  info printed on the original seed packet. Best to keep the seeds in the packet they came in...right?

Voila!

FOLDBACK CLIPS. Why it took me so long to discover their horticultural utility humbles me.

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Nice one. I'll file this away when I progress from noob that relies on nursery transplants to growing from seed

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