Seed Storing for next year
I am storing my seeds that I saved on a shelf in my dining room, where the temperature is the most consistent and no direct sun light will hit them. In the years past, I have just forgotten about them, and left them outdoors in their paper bags, still hanging and thankfully protected from direct rain.....and they survived and germinated. But I decided to get organized.
After they are completely dry, you can put them in a mason jar or an envelope. Just be sure to label, with name and date.
The last of my seed saving this season, Uncle Tom's Black-Eye Susans.