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Posted by E. Vinje on 11/16/2016
Posted by Lynsey Grosfield on 11/2/2016
Keeping plants separate for seed-saving purposes takes a little bit of planning, and this is best accomplished in the autumn or winter, when there is planning time to spare and seed catalogues are being eyed for next year. A little bit of research, combined with row covers or smart interplanting, can help any gardener preserve heirloom seed genetics for years to come.