Friday, March 14, 2014

Seeds Now Giveaway!

Spring is officially starting next week
and we know that some of you have made it through a very tough winter
and are ready to start getting your hands dirty.
We're here to help!

We're happy to announce that 
Seeds Now 
has agreed to give one of our readers
a $25 gift card toward the purchase of any of their seeds.
(I'm not being compensated,
I just asked if they wanted to do a giveaway and they agreed!)

They have a large selection of individual seeds and variety packs
as well as seed kits and gifts.
Their website is extremely user friendly and consists of not only
an ample product line, but also a multitude of grow guides
which aide the new gardener
with everything from initial garden placement
to extending the growing season.
With the vast amount of information to choose from on the home page, 
they've made it easy to get started on your spring garden.

From their website:


We do NOT sell or grow anything that has been
genetically modified or chemically altered.

We only sell NON-Genetically Modified seeds.

100% NON-Hybridized.
✓ 100% Heirloom/Open-Pollinated varieties.
100% Un-treated seeds." 

Check out their website here.


If you're interested in participating in the giveaway, just leave a comment. 

I'd love to hear what you plan to grow !

        We'll announce the recipient on Monday's post.                                                                                                                                            

Get ready to put in that spring garden! 






  1. Daisy, That's awesome that Seeds Now would let you have a give away. Another nice spring day just pushed me over the edge. I've decided that after five years my back yard raised beds need some rejuvenating. Yesterday, I chopped out the half frozen soil with a pick axe and used the soil that was thawed to mix with some soil amendments, some peat, and compost in the tumbler drum. The soil mixture was then put back into the raised bed. Yeah, I know, I just couldn't make it through another 60 degree Nebraska top 10 day without getting my hands in the dirt some how. It should help to warm up the soil a little faster as well.

    Today, I'm going to make an attempt to finish up a couple of the rain gutter growing systems that will set a foot above the raised bed. The gutter growing system is experimental for this year and will be growing tomatoes and green peppers in five gallon buckets. It's supposed to be a self watering system so we shall see how it all works out. In my mind it looks awesome but I have discovered that what looks great in my mind some times is not so great in the real world.

    Have a great garden preparation day.

  2. Howdy! This year I think herbs, flowers and the usual suspect veggies :) Last year I did gourds but I don't think I will this year. Would love some seeds! thanks for the giveaway!

  3. This is such an awesome giveaway! I'm all about non-GMO seeds so this company sounds wonderful. I love their $0.99 seed packs! I haven't ever planted beans, so I'd like to give them a try in the future.

  4. I definitely want to participate in the seed giveaway- I would love to get red russian kale, tender greens, acorn squash and rainbow swiss chard to name a few. Thanks for the chance to win!

  5. Thanks for entering the giveaway! ;0D

  6. I am planting new bulbs, veggies, herbs, and I hope starting a Blackberry hedge!

  7. Ooooooooooh, a blackberry hedge. How exciting! Enjoy your planting!


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