Can we talk about garden seeds for a second? If you know me at all, you know I love to be organized. I have a mental rule in my house, if it doesn’t have a spot or a place to call home, it’s got to go.
The garden and yard are no different. I busted out my seeds the other day and realized I was out-growing my current seed organizing system. A mailing bag from Johnny seeds just wasn’t cutting it anymore.
I went directly to Pinterest of course; didn’t have to search far until I found exactly what I needed.
These plastic photo Storage Containers from Amazon are perfect for seeds! They have 16 cases in each big case. I got two because I wanted to categorize them into two sections Kitchen Garden and Herb / salad garden. The little containers are perfect size for multiple seed packets, even the bigger ones like corn.
Pros: I like that they are in individual containers, so you can take out certain seeds while keeping the others one in there. I will eventually put real labels on them from a label maker, these peel n stick labels from Avery are fine, but are starting to peel off on the corners.
Cons: It’s a little bulky, so you’ll need room to store them. You’ll want to store your seeds in a cool, dry environment. I put mine in a cabinet in our laundry room.
But overall, the seeds are organized, protected and plenty of space to add more. (The most important part, right?)
How do you organize your seeds?
Let me know in the comments