Thursday, February 20, 2014

Seed Storage

The warmer weather the past few days has me itching to get into the garden. We've already ordered and received our seeds and I've been wanting to organize them better. I picked up some basic photo albums at Target yesterday.

I definitely underestimated the amount of seed packs we have so I will have to pick up more this weekend. I put pepper and tomato seeds in the green album. These are seeds that need to be started indoors soon!

I only put one seed packet in each sleeve. This allows me to see both sides of the pack and allows me to see the planting suggestions and descriptions on the back.

The red one houses flower and herb seeds.

I'm so excited to have a test garden for flowers. I'd love to start a small flower farm in the future, offering cut flowers for local events. Don't those zinnias look dreamy?

How are you preparing for the garden?


  1. Great idea! I think I should do this, too. It would be a lot more organized than the box I'm currently using.

    I found your blog through Jenna's and will be following on Feedly.

    1. Welcome, Robin! I'm glad to have you as a follower!

      Before organizing my seeds, they were in various boxes and baskets. With two young children, I'm trying to organize a lot of things. This will definitely help us when it comes time to starting seeds and planting the garden!