Then I just store them in a paper bag, and, in early spring, I broadcast them in flower beds, along the edge of the woods where we can't mow. You will have enough seed to furnish all your friends, and may never have to buy annual flower seeds again!
I sent a half a gallon Zip lock bag home with my daughter to cast out onto a piece of property that they plan to someday build on. And still had a gallon bag left for myself. I just mixed all the different varieties together, but you could keep them separate if you prefer. I just think the mixture looks good in a flower bed.
By Harlean from Hot Springs, Arkansas
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By Robyn Fed 05/20/2012
I did not know you could do that with Zinnias! Glad I read this! I do it all the tine with My morning Glories.
By Pinky (Guest Post)08/08/2008
Great idea, I try to do this every year with my marigolds and my sun flowers. Can you please send me or post pictures of seeds from the blackeyes susie or any other seeds you have, with names, so I can know what to look for. I have some zinnias and not for sure about what the seeds look like. Thank you so much
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