Why aren't your seeds sprouting?You've followed the instructions exactly. You've waited for a long time.
Yes, seeds require water to thrive, but if you give them too much, you risk drowning them.
They were devoured.
Your seeds aren't safe from predators just because they're planted in the ground.
Seeds should be kept in a cool place in your home, garage, or shed, in a dry, airtight container. Seeds that become too heated may be unable to grow.
Even if the seeds were not wet, but were in a region with high humidity, excessive moisture can have the same result.