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A friend just gave me a bag full of cock's comb seeds. I live in Tennessee and it's already cold here. I found out that the time to sow cock's comb seeds is in early summer. Will my seeds keep that long?

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By Kellie J from Loretto, TN

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November 5, 20110 found this helpful

I cannot guarantee this method, (I'd talk to my friend again,) but I have found that if I keep seeds in the refrigerator, most of them last over the winter in some type of dormant stage, and do well sprouting in the Spring.

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November 8, 20110 found this helpful

Seeds were found in the Great Pyramids of Egypt that were still viable! Yours will certainly last over winter.

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November 8, 20110 found this helpful

Those seeds will keep in a paper napkin in a jar. Or refrigerator in a plastic bag with a paper towel inside the bag.

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I keep my seeds in the lowest part of refrigerator like this and have some that have gone as much as 2 years. Happy planting.

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