Friday, May 30, 2014

Mary's "BEE FRIENDLY GARDEN SEEDS" Giveaway

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

From Mary,
"In case you missed it, there have been numerous reports over the last few year about mass bee die-offs, CCD and the possible correlation between bee deaths and neonictinoide poisons.  It has been argued that loss of bee populations will put human life as we know it at risk.  Bees are an integral part of nature and human life."
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Let's all plant more organic seeds for the Bees!

 Welcome to Mary's Heirloom Seeds!
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.

This "BEE-FRIENDLY" Seed Pack Giveaway includes 
1 full pack of EACH of the following organic varieties:
BACHELOR BUTTON
BORAGE
CALENDULA
FORGET-ME-NOT
LEMON QUEEN SUNFLOWER
MEXICAN SUNFLOWER
AFRICAN CRACKERJACK MARIGOLD
YARROW
GIANT OF CALIFORNIA ZINNIA

 For more information on Organic Wildflowers, check out  

 This giveaway is available to anyone in the US. 
Open May 30, 2014 and Ends June 7, 2014 at Midnight.
 
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6 comments:

Craf Tea said...
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Craf Tea said...

Currently growing, pretty much everything :) (tomatoes, swede, broad beans, petite poi, carrots, peppers to name a few)

I'd really love to grow corn next year, can't beat fresh corn on the cob.

Rebecca Farrington said...

Trying to grow mostly perennial food. Things that people dont know what they are. And some flowers and herbs-seeds I bought from you.

Kathi said...

We expanded the size of our garden this year - tomatoes, peppers, onions, carrots, beets, butternut squash, several kinds of beans, and lots of herbs.

Dragonfly Treasure said...

where do I start? Lots of everything: Yarrow, columbine, hellebore, roses, lambs ear, hydrangeas, calendula, hollyhocks, forget-me-nots, geraniums, lilacs, and much more. Tomatoes, cherry tomatoes, cukes, squash, potatoes, onions, blackberry, Thompson seedless grapes, cherry plums, cherries, pomegranate, nectarines, oranges, apples, etc. Rosemary, mint, oregano, thyme, garlic chives, etc.
Thank you so much for the opportunity to enter this contest.
*hugs*deb

ElizabethBee said...

I have a large garden with edibles and ornamentals. Been experimenting more with grains lately - quinoa, amaranth, caraway, buckwheat, and more. This has been a phenomenal year for strawberries and massive amount of blackberries are ripening.