The freezing point of seeds is 19 degrees Fahrenheit. Seeds that have reached the freezing point may still be planted and bear fruit, if warmed up to room temperature slowly prior to planting the seed in soil.
About this Author
Nicoline Keavy has been writing for over 20 years. After Nicoline received her MBA at University of Washington, she has enjoyed a career of managing several online non profit organizations. Nicoline Keavy has been published in over 3000 publications over the last 20 years.