Tuesday, January 14, 2014

Tuesdays with a Twist #41

Have you seen these beautiful tomatoes?  Have you grown them?
They're AMAZING!!!
German Lunchbox Tomatoes
70-80 days. A great tomato begins with high-quality, heirloom seeds! The fruit are the size of a small egg, vibrant pink, sugar sweet, and begging to be eaten. Perfectly sized for salads or putting in the lunchbox! 

Last week we finalized the "Turn over a New Leaf" giveaway.  Jennifer won a 6-month Seeds of the Month Club Membership AND a Supreme Growers soil amendments Variety Pack!

The 6 Month Membership (a $44 value) includes 4 seed packs the first month and 2 seed packs each month for 6 months.  Excellent gift Idea!  That's 14 packs of Heirloom, Non-GMO seeds with FREE Shipping.  We will try to accommodate your special request as well as ship region-specific varieties.

If you didn't win, you can still purchase a 6 or 12 month membership.  
Shipping is FREE and we ship your seeds within 24 hours!
I'm back at the farmer's market...And I've got plenty to share.

I'm also currently at the "tail-end" my 2014 Planting Guide.
Stay tuned for more GROWING Info!

Back to the Basics

Welcome to another No Rules Party!
We're your hosts 
Joyce @ It's Your Life! 
and me...Mary @ Back to the Basics and Mary's Kitchen
And your Co-Hosts
Marci @ Stone Cottage Adventures
And please Welcome back Angie @ God's Growing Garden

Each co-host will be sharing her own picks for Features. This gives everyone a better chance of being featured. Be sure to check all of our blogs to see if you were featured! 
My Features this Week are:

Cardamon: A Spice for Coffee and Finnish Pulla from Health & Home & Heritage

Interview and Elderberry from Homestead Lady

The party starts every Tuesday at 7am EST and will continue until Friday at 11:59pm.  Feel free to stop back any time and "like" your favorites.  Please visit other blogs if you have a moment. 
Share older posts as well as new ones.  No limit on links!
*Pictures should be your own* 
By linking up you give us permission to use these photos
 (with proper link backs) in our features.   And now for the party!

Before you go...Please Read!
Our Goal is to raise GMO Free awareness through social and educational programs throughout the country. We would like to build GMO-Free Gardens in schools and for Food Banks to provide nutrients for those in need.We currently work with several local schools to share growing information as well as donations of non-gmo seeds to teachers, students and school staff.

1 comment:

Vickie @ makingoursustainablelife.com said...

Good morning, Mary! Thanks for hosting! Have a wonderful day!