Do you buy fresh vegetables seeds every year?
I know that tomato seeds can be viable for many years, depending on the storage conditions, of course. I was looking at my box of seeds and I have lots of partial packs of cucumber, beets, lettuce, carrots, beans, peas, peppers and various herbs.
I have a relatively short growing season, so I don't want to mess around with dud seeds, but I also have a problem with throwing out seeds that may have some life left in them. :) Other than the tomatoes, what other vegetable seeds should I try? Should I not even bother with any that are older than last season?