Mary’s Heirloom Seed Giveaway

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 Welcome to Mary’s Birthday Giveaway!

I’m participating in a HUGE bash to celebrate and YOU 
get a chance to win one of 3 prizes from Mary’s Heirloom Seeds.
That’s “Auntie Mary” on the right!

2 Winners will receive an assortment of Heirloom, Non-GMO seeds as well as organic gardening supplies totaling over $60 in value.  Each prize pack Includes (but not limited to) Radish, Golden Beets, Squash, Chinese Cabbage, Culinary and Medicinal Herbs, Beans, Peppers and Tomatoes as well as Coconut Coir Pellets for seed starting made simple AND Organic, Vegan Plant Nutrients.

**Seed Varieties will be tailored to the winner’s planting region*

Mary's Heirloom Seeds

1 Winner will receive the Baker’s Dozen heirloom seeds variety pack. 

Easy to grow and wonderful to eat.  This pack contains a large variety of seeds  for a very low cost.  13 seeds from 13 varieties.  Includes:  Calabrese Broccoli, 5 Color Silverbeet Swiss Chard,  Black Beauty Eggplant,  Waltham Butternut Squash, Tam Dew Melon, Bloomsdale Spinach,  Cal Wonder Bell Pepper, Marketmore Cucumber, Pink Oxheart Tomato, Atomic Red Carrots, Self-Blanching Snowball Cauliflower, German Giant Radish,  Detroit Dark Red Beet.

At Mary’s Heirloom Seeds, all of the seeds listed are open-pollinated, non-gmo and non-hybrid, non-patented, untreated, heirloom garden seeds.
All of are seeds are sourced from small, family farmers and seed growers.
 
Mary has signed the Safe Seed Pledge!

 

Mary’s Birthday Giveaway opens 9/12/2014 and closes 9/20/2014 at midnight EST.
Open to residents of the US and Canada.

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42 comments on “Mary’s Heirloom Seed Giveaway

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  2. Debbie

    I’ve just started a garden this summer. The tomatoes I started from seed were beefsteak. The plants are wonderful and full of fruit, but we’ve had such a mild summer that most of them are still green :o(

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  3. kamayflemens

    I started over with new tomato plants for fall! My neighbor’s tomatoes are amazing, mine not so much… 🙂 thanks for the giveaway!

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  4. Brenda

    Big Red and San Marzano tomatoes are my favorite heirlooms to grow. They did OK this summer; but, we fought hornworms, blight, and slightly alkaline soil. My mantra: next year will be better!

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  5. Rachel

    I grew many different heirlooms this summer, including Tondo Scuro di Piacenza squash, Pike Melon, Valencia Winter Melon, Navajo Winter Watermelon, Amarillo del Norte pole bean, and Mexico Midget tomato. Those were some of my favorites. I guess I am an heirloom junkie! 🙂

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  6. Danielle

    Awesome giveaway, Thank you for this opportunity! I just tried the heirloom tomato, Mr. stripey, this year..it did very well considering an early tomato plight started early because of the excessive cool/dampness we encountered . Looking forward to making the garden more “heirloom” efficient!

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