Sunday, November 25, 2012

2013 Heirloom Seed Announcement and a Giveaway!

Chioggio Beets
How was your Thanksgiving?  Ours was nice an relaxing.  We also took Saturday and Sunday off to rest which was awesome.  I had a chance to upload all new heirloom seed varieties to my "New Arrivals" page so that I'm all set for online shoppers.  *Giveaway starts at Midnight!*
Pink Oxheart Tomato

I am just amazing by all of the wonderful and unique varieties of heirloom seeds!
Royalty Purple Podded Beans
I just added the Royalty Purple Podded beans to my own garden as well as the Pink Oxheart Tomato.
Spaghetti Squash
Stowell's Sweet Corn

Next I'll add the Chioggio Beets and maybe a few of my favorite 5 Color Silverbeet Swiss Chard.  The Chard grew fantastic last season!
Golden Wax Bush Beans
Kentucky Wonder Pole Beans

Charleston Grey Watermelon
Marglobe Tomatoes

AND I mentioned a GIVEAWAY!!!   I hit 200 followers a few weeks ago but it's been crazy busy and I'm just finding the time to get organized!

I have decided to giveaway more Heirloom Seeds!  This time there's a Christmas theme!  I recently added the Seed Packs in a Stocking so I thought I'd give you a chance to win one for yourself or to give as a gift.

No wrapping required!  No Card?  No Problem!
Includes 3 seed packs of your choice, a mini stocking and a holiday card for you to personalize.

*Stockings available in Red, Green and Blue*

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Denise said...

I LOVE all the new varieties you have added--Spring time will be so fun this year!!!!

Unknown said...

This is awesome! I could definitely use some more seeds for springtime. I'd pick.. The easiest to grow ones haha. I'm pretty new at this. Those marglobe tomatoes look totally awesome though!

Mary Smith said...

Samantha, the Marglode tomatoes are very easy to grow! Thanks for stopping by!

Mary Smith said...

Thanks for stopping by Denise! I'm super excited about the unique varieties!

Aleigh said...

The sweet corn.

Anonymous said...

Yes, definitely the sweet corn! That's the reason to have a garden. Right?

Blizzard_Family said...

I just bought a house in the country with 1/4 of an acre to garden, I would love to add any heirloom variety of Tomatoes to my veggie garden this spring. Thanks so much for doing the giveaway. I'm keeping my fingers crossed!

Unknown said...

I have no idea what seed I would pick since I haven't a clue what would work well in my area. Thanks for sharing your giveaway at my Our Favorite Things Party. I hope you get some new followers from it.

EleganceofBlack said...

First time visitor. Doing a lot of browsing. Such a friendly website loaded with information and resources.

Debra Gray-Elliott said...

As a Southern cook I'd pick them all! LOL

I Gotta Try That said...

It all looks so good especially that watermelon. Thanks so much for sharing on "I Gotta Try That"

Toqua's Crafts said...

Oh my gosh! What a tough decision... I think I will pick:
Pink Oxheart Tomato
Kentucky Wonder "Old Homestead" Beans
Country Gentleman Sweet Corn
I would also like to try the Cherokee Purple Tomatoes! Hmmm... that's more than 3... guess I'll have to buy one! :) LOL
Thank you for this opportunity!

Donnetta said...

I'd pick the marglobe tomatoes, watermelon (my kids would love them) and one of the beans. I'm in a cold climate so I might need some help knowing what is best. Thanks for the giveaway!

Anonymous said...

I've grown some of those varieties in the past and I'd be happy with any of them!

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Kathleen said...

I would love to have one of the bush beans, sweet corn, and Marglobe tomatoes! Thanks for the giveaway!

Elena Vo said...

Thank you so much for the fun giveaway! And love the quote by Edison on the sidebar.

I'd choose the Detroit Dark Red Beets, Red Fig Tomatoes, and German Giant Radish!

Susan @ MadebyMommainPA.Blogspot.Com said...

I LOOOOVEEEE Spaghetti Squash! I dont know what else I would choose they all look lovely. The purple beans are so pretty!

Mamal Diane said...

Awesome giveaway! I would love to plant the Pink Ox heart tomatoes!

Unknown said...

I would welcome heirlooms this spring!

Unknown said...

I would welcome heirlooms this spring!