Botanical Interests Seed Giveaway

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Congratulations to Robbie, who won some free seeds from Botanical Interests at Carol’s giveaway! Those of you who didn’t win have another chance. The giveaway here is just a bit different. First go over to Botanical Interests and look over their offerings.

Botanical Interests sent me these seeds to trial in the garden

Botanical Interests sent me these seeds to trial in the garden


Then list the six seed packets (excluding the large packets) you’d like to get in the comments of this post. The winner will be chosen using the random number generator. Comments will be accepted until Thursday, February 5th at 5pm EST. The winner will be announced on Friday, February 6th. Sorry, contest only open to residents of the USA.

I like that Botanical Interests is a family owned business. Roughly one-fourth of their seed offerings are certified organic. None were grown with pesticides, and none are genetically modified. They are cool enough to have a blog and a Twitter account. And, as you’ve already read on Carol’s blog, they have the most detailed seed packets in the business.

If you look over on the sidebar you’ll see I’ve got an ad there for them. I like Botanical Interests enough that I decided to register as an affiliate. That means if you click on that ad to go to their site and buy some seeds, I’ll get a little commission. No, I don’t expect to make a pile of money; it’s just my vote of confidence in the company.

So what are you waiting for? Visit their website, pick out your six favorites, list them in the comments and hope your number is picked!

About the Author

Kathy Purdy is a colchicum evangelist, converting unsuspecting gardeners into colchicophiles. She would be delighted to speak to your group about colchicums or other gardening topics. Kathy’s been writing since 4th grade, gardening since high school, and blogging since 2002.

In the end, this may be the most important thing about frost: Frost slows us down. In spring, it tempers our eagerness. In fall, it brings closure and rest. In our gotta-go world–where every nanosecond seems to count–slowness can be a great gift. So rather than see Jack Frost as an adversary, you could choose to greet him as a friend.

~Philip Harnden in A Gardener’s Guide to Frost: Outwit the Weather and Extend the Spring and Fall Seasons

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Kara Baylog February 2, 2010, 6:10 pm

Sunflower Mammoth Russian Organic
Corn Sweet Sugar Pearl Organic
Cucumber Marketmore Organic
Eggplant Long Purple Seed
Spinach Bloomsdale Organic Seed
Tomato Bush Silvery Fir Tree Organic Seed

I love new seeds!