Tuesday, April 14, 2015

Seeds of the Month Club Membership Giveaway

Our friend Mike, who is a 3rd generation vegetable gardener and author of the book Vegetable Gardening for the Average Person, has been gardening for nearly 30 years. He is also the founder of The Seeds of the Month Club.

I have been a member for three years now and I love the quality and variety of seeds I receive each month. We have received seeds for many of our favorite garden items, as well as for things we can't find locally or would not have even thought to try growing.

Each seed packet comes with such wonderful information on not only how to grow the seeds but which parts of the plants can be used for different purposes. We have actually gone from just gardening in the summer, to knowing which plants we can put in a second, fall garden.

Mike is generously offering one of you a chance to win a 1 year membership to the Seeds of the Month Club! Memberships which normally runs $35.52 a year (which is a REALLY good deal if I do say so myself) but here is your chance to get one for FREE!!

What does a membership in the Seed's of the Month Club get you? Your first month you get 8 packets of seeds and each month after, another 4 packs of non-gmo, open pollinated, heirloom variety vegetable, herb and/or fruit seeds at a savings of over half the cost of what customers would pay in stores or through catalogs.

This is just a fractions of our Seeds of the Month Club seeds
we have collected in the last three years.

If you can't wait to win a membership you can always just purchase one here. Not only am I a very satisfied customer, but I know of a number of folks who are happy members as well. This is a club everyone wants to be a part of!

So what are you waiting for!?!? Enter now to win a full year membership to the Seeds of the Month Club!!!

Giveaway is open to residents of the US

While we can only ask you to visit the Facebook pages associated with this giveaway, please consider hitting like as well. And make sure you thank our wonderful sponsors for donating such great prizes! Without them, our Spring Fling Giveaway event would not be possible, and I know it would make their day to hear from you!


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82 comments:

  1. Wonderful. I need to look into joining this even if I don't win.

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    1. I love our membership. It really is such a great way to get seeds.

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  2. I would love to expand my garden this year!

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  3. My favorite thing to grow is herbs. Love them!
    Thank you for hosting such a fun giveaway!

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    1. We don't do too many of those.... might have to expand this year!

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  4. Love your page. And love seeds and gardens.

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  5. This is a wonderful offer and an excellent way to kick off spring!

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  6. We are trying to grow different veggies / herbs this year to see what grow best and what the picky eaters ends up liking (Swiss chard is new this year). What a wonderful idea to help implement that-

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    1. We tried kale because of our membership.... I am not a fan LOL

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  7. Susan Manning HiguchiApril 14, 2015 at 8:05 AM

    Thanks for the chance awesome giveaway...you rock!

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    1. I rock!?!? Wow, thanks! Tell my hubby I rock would y? LOL

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  8. Seeds, what's not to love.

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  9. Diane Alexander said: would love to win this. The options to post a comment would only let me use the choice of anonymous to post....did not have an account with any of the other options given to comment as.

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  10. I've seen your posts on the Seed of the Month Club before, and have always thought of trying it out.... unfortunately, this year started off with a bang, and let's just say no seed was planted in time. It'd be wonderful to win and get us going on growing some yummy veggies. Thanks for hosting!

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    1. Our season has yet to really get going up here in the north.We are just now starting our seeds. A few more week till last frost.

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  11. How's the nose Mindie? Glad you could still carry on with the Spring Fling Giveaway! Thanks!

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    1. LOL My nose is still broken but doing fine. I wouldn't miss doing the spring fling for anything. This is one of my most favorite things to do.

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  12. Loving this Spring Fling Giveaway!!!

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    1. And there are 10 more to come! Hope you find lots of things to enter for.

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  13. We just moved to the country and are starting a garden this year, this would be awesome.

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    1. It is a great way to build up a seed stockpile!

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  14. I LOVE growing tomatoes!!! <3

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    1. We stink at tomatoes LOL We keep trying though!

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  15. I love green beans and sugar peas.

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    1. I eat peas as I pick them LOL Very few ever make it in the house.

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  16. I love growing huge tomatoes

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    1. I would love to grow little ones. Ours never seem to do well LOL I know it is our soil but I just can't dial it in.

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  17. Wow, this is an important giveaway. This could really help a family begin gardening.

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  18. I LOVE growing tomatoes, any variety. I'm going to try doing potatoes this year for the first time.

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    1. I remember how excited I was the first time I grew potatoes!

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  19. I would really like to grow watermelon this year!!! We're trying to grow potatoes for the first time this year.

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    1. I tried watermelon last year (got it in too late) and ended up with a golf ball sized melon! LOL

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  20. We are getting ready to start our first garden, so this would be amazing! I would love to try asparagus.

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    1. Asparagus is a pain in the butt, um I mean good luck LOL That is my hubby's part of our garden.

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    1. I love to eat them... and turn them into jam....

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  22. all different kinds of food seeds and herbs and fruit

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  23. I love growing sugar snap peas and pole beans

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  24. Tomatoes are my favorite
    Deanna Furrey

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    1. Hubby is in charges of tomatoes around here

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  25. I love to try growing tomatoes though they are iffy to grow in the Pacific NW.

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    1. We didn't have much luck last year.... too cool of a summer

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  26. I love planting seeds and seeing them sprout. You wait and wait and wait, and just as you're about to give up, there's a tiny little plant and plenty of his friends. Then they grow up so quickly and pretty soon you can harvest your crop. Homegrown always tastes best!

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    1. Not one of my favorite foods... I become a 2 year old around them LOL Yucky icky LOL

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  28. I love love love growing okra. But my kids love tomatoes and strawberries. :)

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    1. I have never tried okra.... have seeds for it though! LOL

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  29. I had a membership to this club last year. Every time the seeds came in the mail it was like Christmas morning to me. I am a bit of a seed addict. Would love to win a membership. I love to grow all kinds of things. Tomatoes are probably my favorite, love fried green tomatoes!

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    1. I love when my seeds come too! I know what you mean!!

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  30. Heirloom tomatoes are my all time favorite!
    Cheers,
    izzi~avis

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  31. Mmmmmm Strawberries and Mint...trying Cantaloups this year and want to try Okra and Blackeyed Peas.

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  32. My favorite thing to grow is tomatoes, for sure. It's the one thing I can do!

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    1. We are hit and miss on tomatoes.... it all depends on the weather up here in the north

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  33. I have been a member for a couple years now, and I recommend this to everyone I know who gardens! The quality and variety of seed is fabulous, and that it is non GMO is icing on the cake

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  34. zucchini! so easy to grow and good for you!
    Stephanie girard

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  35. we are turning our chicken yard into a garden this summer, Brice would love getting new seeds every month, he loves to grow anything.

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  36. As if I didn't already buy enough seeds...ha! :-)

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  37. I have container gardens. Last year I grew a few things with success so I could really use this giveaway prize for this years containers. It's really great. Thanks for sharing.

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  38. I love growing cherry or grape tomatoes because I'm the only in my family that eats tomatoes and I love to able to walk outside and grab just a few for a salad instead of half of the store bought box going bad.

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    1. I'm not a big raw tomato eater... we go for stuff we can can.

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  39. I love all kinds of vegetables, but would like to try growing artichokes.

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