Ever find yourself with leftover seeds from planting or seeds from plants that you grew? Ever have the problem of the seeds dying, going bad, or molding before the next growing season? Well fear no longer! Here are a few tips on how to keep your seeds alive and well until next season. Dry and cool is the key to keeping seeds good. Keep the seed packets or loose seeds in plastic bags and make sure to get all of the air out. Then keep the bags in either tightly-fitted mason jars or tight sealing glass jars. To help keep the seeds dry add a packet if silica gel into the jar where they are kept. Then keep the jar in a cool and dark place. The refrigerator will work just make sure to not put them in the back as they could freeze. When you’re ready to plant them take the seeds out of the fridge and let them come to room temp and plant as you normally would.