posted on Jun, 4 2008 @ 05:55 PM
Nope mate but that does mainly depend if they were airtight in the freezer or not, and the species though im almost positive should be ok
hey just dont micowave them to defrost them! or you will have glowing mutant melons!
if it was me I would put them in the fridge for 24 hours then if any further time "in a cold dark place" was needed place them in cupboard or out
building in some terry toweling that is mosit, re check and remoisten every 24 hours till planting or the as the instructions say.
in fact a freezer is a great place if stored correctly in a sealed cellophane/plastic bag which is then placed in a empty air tight say jam jar, will
keep literally for thousands of years in those conditions. Some species wouldnt like it but most are fine.
Infact one of the pods for seeds for a type of tree in the rainforest in americas only opens when flames hit it scattering the seeds onto the now
nearly scorched earth. They are the first type of tree to take hold after natural fires.