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Mary’s Heirloom Seeds Giveaway!
With Fall Garden planning underway, Mary’s Heirloom Seeds has decided to sponsor another giveaway.
This is a super simple giveaway with loads of seeds and supplies for a Fall Garden! This Giveaway will run from Friday, June 29th thru Thursday, July 5th at midnight and is open to residents of the US and Canada
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Your hosts for the giveaway are:
ONE lucky winner will receive all of the following great products:
An assortment of Mountain Flower Fertilizer Packets
garden. These are individual packs of seeds. This combo pack includes
the seed selection from our regular Fall Garden Combo Pack, plus quite a
few more for a total of 12 seed packs (Click on each variety for description!):
Red Russian Kale (100)
Purple Plum Radish (100)
Calabrese Broccoli (100)
Dwarf Pak Choy Cabbage (100)
Detroit Dark Red Beet (100)
Scarlet Nantes Carrot (100)
Rainbow Swiss Chard (100)
They will not rot as wooden tags do either
They don’t rust like metal tags.
Easily cleaned with liquid soap for reuse
Size : 10*2cm
Color : White
Mountain Flower Fertilizer Assortment
1 OF EACH:
Easy to use instant Compost Tea.
Each packet of powdered mix makes a gallon of full strength compost tea or 2 gallons of diluted compost tea.
All purpose fertilizer
Pre-Soak for seeds
NPK is 6-5-5 plus Calcium and Trace Minerals.
Ideal for all plant types, use Mountain Flower Root Boost to encourage
expansive root systems, increased crop yields and superior quality
flowers, fruits, herbs and vegetables.Boosts Microbial Activity
A Message From Mary…
desire to help people become more sustainable and self-sufficient. Our
customers know that we are a simple phone call or email away
We currently offer over 500 varieties of Heirloom, open-pollinated, non-gmo & non-hybrid garden Seeds.
Mary has signed the Safe Seed Pledge AND the Declaration of Seed Freedom.
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