Storing Seeds

I have already cut my buds off and striped the seeds on a wild sunflower. A bird must have dropped one to get it started. It was easily 8 feet tall with a 13 inch diameter seed bud. I got a bowl full of pretty seeds, like a lot man.

How can I store my seeds till next year to plant and enjoy? I probably should've researched a little before chopping the dang thing off, but I didn't. I'm kinda excited about this, so please respond. Thanks for reading this.

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Hardiness Zone: 9a

By Craig from Baton Rouge, LA

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