Monday, April 21, 2014

BEE-FRIENDLY Garden Seeds GIVEAWAY

I am THRILLED to announce a HUGE GIVEAWAY and just in time for Earth Day!

I have been promising this giveaway opportunity once we reached 
 2,000 likes on our facebook page...And we made it!!!



 Welcome to Mary's Heirloom Seeds!
NEW Heirloom Varieties available in SPECIALTY Heirlooms
All of the seeds listed are
open-pollinated, non-gmo and non-hybrid,
non-patented,  untreated, heirloom garden seeds.

Mary has signed the Safe Seed pledge.  
Seed Orders placed Monday-Thursday are shipped within 24 hours, except for holidays.

Shipping on Heirloom Seeds is Free within the Continental US!

This "BEE-FRIENDLY" Seed Pack Giveaway includes 
1 full pack of EACH of the following organic varieties:
BACHELOR BUTTON
CALENDULA
FORGET-ME-NOT
LUPINE, ARROYO BLUE
AFRICAN CRACKERJACK MARIGOLD
YARROW
GIANT OF CALIFORNIA ZINNIA

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 This giveaway is available to anyone in the US. Ends 4/30/14 at Midnight.


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15 comments:

Brandi Fielding said...

Currently, I do not have a garden, we dug up all the plants last fall and we are going to be planting from seed, both in the flower garden and our new, freshly made cedar raised veggie garden beds! Just waiting on organic soil for the veggies garden and will have zukes, cantelopes, cherry toms, Brandywine toms, peppers (lots of them! Jalepeno's, Bells, Aneheims, Habanero's, sweet banana peppers,) basil, cilantro, and lots more!

Kathi said...

I do have a small vegetable garden, plus a few fruit trees and wild blackberries.

Rebecca Farrington said...

Right now we are trying to get our garden in shape. I have planted several fruit trees and went to ECHO in ft. myers and have obtained some katuk, edible hibiscus and okinawa spinach.

Crochet Hooks said...

This year I am doing a butterfly/bee garden, a few herbs, and just a few veggies. Thanks for the giveaway!

Susan Broughton said...

We are just starting to garden so we are beginners. Last year I did grow some herbs and they were great but during winter indoors didn't work but anyway we want to grow herbs, then a vegetable garden and I would like to plant some fruit trees as well as blackberry, blueberry, raspberry and strawberries. I think my ideas are bigger than my abilities lol I would just like to have an area where we can go out and get whatever we want to eat and eat it without worry of pesticides.

Susan Broughton said...

We are just starting to garden so we are beginners. Last year I did grow some herbs and they were great but during winter indoors didn't work but anyway we want to grow herbs, then a vegetable garden and I would like to plant some fruit trees as well as blackberry, blueberry, raspberry and strawberries. I think my ideas are bigger than my abilities lol I would just like to have an area where we can go out and get whatever we want to eat and eat it without worry of pesticides.

angelicwatrs17 said...

I have a garden, right now full of seeding cilantro, a lil parsley, roses, peppers, tomato plants, wild edibles I love etc...

Brenda said...

We have a flower garden. Raised bed vegetable garden and a raised bed herb garden. Right now, I have a greenhouse full of seedlings and plants ready for transplanting into all those beds. Most of the seeds that I planted are heirloom seeds and I plan on saving my seeds. Would love to have a butterfly and bee garden. We also have strawberries, raspberries, blueberries, blackberries, and elderberries.

Thank you for the giveaway!

Dina said...

I had a garden for 4 years, but we didn't keep it up last year because I was sick. I had a vegetable and herb garden and loved it so much until the deer came in the area and ate it all. lol I have to find netting and a fence to protect my crops this year.

lovey2 said...

Just getting started on getting my garden area cleaned up for this year. Just need to keep those pesty gofers away.

Garden Fan said...

Are you in South Flirida? If so, may I ask where you get your organic soil?

Enzie Shahmiri said...

I enjoy reading your blog posts. I am following via email to make sure I never miss a post :)

Rose FineCraftGuild said...

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KelaniOrganicsandNaturals said...

Awesome Giveaway! SAVE THE BEES!! I've got a tiny little raised bed garden (3 of them) and a lot of container pots. Right now I've got Borage that's about 4 inches tall, Okra, Sweet Potatoes, Spinach, Pak Choy, Onions, Lemon Verbana, Lettuce, Lemongrass (a dying transplant), Aloe, Lavender (seeds and a transplant), and luckily our rental yard has a huge mango tree that I use to barter with our local farmer's market for other veggies! :D

meredith m said...

right now i have a small garden where i grow herbs and blueberries!