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The Family Garden: Saving heirloom seeds saves time and teaches children about gardening

Saving heirloom seeds saves time and teaches children about gardening

2:19 PM, Sep. 18, 2013
To save the seeds from pepper varieties, separate the seeds and dry on a paper towel or newspaper. The seeds of peppers are very easy to work with and dry quickly.
To save the seeds from pepper varieties, separate the seeds and dry on a paper towel or newspaper. The seeds of peppers are very easy to work with and dry quickly.
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You can save the seeds of your favorite heirloom tomatoes, peppers and more, easily for next year. This allows you to have a larger number of plants for free, saving you and your family time and money. Saving seeds is also a great way to teach your children about the wonders of gardening, as well as skills in organization, as the seeds must be separated, organized, labeled properly and stored.

Saving seeds is easy, educational and for the family. And, of course, it can get messy, so kids really enjoy it. Put them to work and you soon will have enough seeds to fill your garden with your favorite ...

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