Sowing 12 month veg seeds

Is it possible to sow vegetable seeds which I harvested about 12 months ago?

Asked by Bill on 4th Dec 2020
Expert Trade Answers
"Hi Bill, yes, seeds should be kept out of direct sunlight and not too hot or cold, the old gardeners would keep there best seeds in their jacket pocket a few days before planting, but in general, seeds can last for years, some longer than others."
Answered on 4th Dec 2020 - Member since Feb 2020 - report
"Brassicas - kale, cabbage, turnips, broccoli will all grow over the winter months. Some varieties of spinach beet will survive frosts. Root veg such as carrots and beetroot can be harvested late autumn, and stored carefully for several months. As can potatoes, onions and garlic."
Answered on 30th Nov 2022 - Member since Nov 2022 - report
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