Today I decide to sort through two packets of last year's "Seeds for Kids (of all ages)" from the Bountiful Gardens store. (www.bountifulgardens.org) These packets contain an assortment of seeds from the company, non-genetically modified and pesticide free.
They do not have to be sorted, but I find it kind of relaxing to sit and the table and pick through the seeds.
There are probably over 5o varieties of plants in these packets. Quite possibly over 100. I like this because I get seeds I would not normally get if I were paying for each packet individually.
I am a little bit concerned because I do not know what most of the seeds are. When do I plant them if I do not know what they are? I plan to try anyways. They are affordable enough for the surprise. I ordered 12 more packs, one for every month, since they are only 50 cents. However, with all the seeds they have, I do not think I will get around to using all the seeds!
There are a few random types of corn. I might use these as stalks to grow peas on.