Saturday, April 16, 2016

The Seeds of the Month Club Giveaway

Today's prize will keep you gardening all year long! Our friend Mike, who is a 3rd generation vegetable gardener AND published author of the book Vegetable Gardening for the Average Person has been gardening for nearly 30 years and is the founder of The Seeds of the Month Club. He is offering up 30 packets of seeds to one lucky winner so they can start their spring gardening off right!

I have been a member of The Seeds of the Month Club 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!

So what does a membership in the Seed's of the Month Club get you? Well 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 a club everyone wants to be a part of! You can purchase a Seeds of the Month Club membership here.

These are just a fraction of the seeds I have received while a member of
The Seeds of the Month Club!
So how good are the seeds from The Seeds of the Month club, you might be asking. Look at our amazing garden! It grows so well that everyone want to be in it, including the ducks! And the chickens, and everything else in the neighborhood. We have had to go so far as to erects a fence and place a sign on our garden! Of course when the country kids leave the gate open our appointment method doesn't work so well.


Are you ready to garden? First time gardeners or seasoned pros will love this seed prize pack of 30 different seed packets from the Seeds of the Month Club!

This giveaway is open to US residents only. 

What are you waiting for?!?! Get entered!


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24 comments:

  1. Love gardening would love to win seeds.

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  2. We have been gardening for years. Somehow the garden grows a more each year. This year we are focusing on growing only what we will eat.

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  3. Gardening for years, I love growing tomatoes and zucchini

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  4. I can't garden at my house, our yard doesnt get enough sun. So my parents expanded their garden so I could add my stuff.

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  5. We have been gardening for years in Colorado. Last year was our 1st year gardening in Idaho. Some of our favorites don't grow well here, such as, popcorn. But other stuff grows great!!

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  6. I always grow a variety of tomatoes & cucumbers. This year I have 6 tomato plants of various types, a pickling cucumber, 2 salad cucumbers, & 2 lemon cucumbers. I also have jalepeño & Anaheim peppers. New to me this year are bush (green) beans! Plus I have a few other herb or salad plants. I'd grow more, but we also love trees & being in the suburbs on a 7200sf lot doesn't leave much room for bothe trees & sunlit areas for veggies.

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  7. I like to grow tomatoes. I suck at it, but I keep trying. I can grow some beautiful plants, but I don't get many 'maters from the plants. Sigh.

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  8. I would love to win some seeds. Just started a small garden this year and we'll see how that goes. Loved your article on raised beds - especially the two level raised bed.

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  9. I would love to try some new seeds. not ready to commit to a member ship...but if I love the seeds then I definitely would do it.

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  10. I love Green beans. I will be trying lettuce and Kale this year. In fact I will be planting some this next week.

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  11. Howdy, This Texas girl needs some seeds. Love the variety.

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  12. I use flower beds for most of my gardening. We used to put out an acre garden but as the kids have grown and life got busier, it was too difficult to keep up.
    I plant three kinds of tomatoes, four types of peppers, and a dozen or more herbs. I also have intoxicating flowers and a night blooming garden.

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  13. I love growing tomatoes, cucumbers, zukes, melons, and peppers. They're a staple in my garden every year. I start planning in January when all of the catalogs come in the mail.

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  14. ha, do you really want a list: tomatoes, Japanese cucumbers, broccoli, potatoes, carrots, red green yellow and orange bell peppers, cayenne chili jalapeno and yellow chili peppers, cabbage, lettuce, oregano, parsley, basil, dill, watermelon, pumpkins, 3 varieties of eggplant, shisito (Japanese peppers) shingeku, shiso, daikon, beets, strawberries, zucchini, cantalope, peas, snow peas, green beans, japanese pumpkins, cauliflower, onions, nira (garlic chives), bok choi, japanese red radishes, and a couple other japanese veggies that I can't quite remember (I let the hubs put those seeds in the ground this year lol)

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  15. Hi, my name is Diane, I am a seed hoarders and receiving seeds every month in the mail is amazing!

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  16. Love gardening and have been gardening 30+ years. Hmmmm so far, nothing planted but going simple this year with the basics of tomatoes, green peppers and pumpkins :)

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  17. I like to grow a little bit of everything. I have my tomato, pepper, cabbage and cauliflower plants started and just planted spinach, beets, turnips mache outside.

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  18. I like to grow peppers, tomatoes and sunflowers.

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  19. I am growing ANYTHING I can get seeds for! Love Tomatoes, and Peppers, and Peas, and cabbagey things! Dee Fedor Falicki

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  20. Right now my garden has been overtaken by a squash plant! Also have cucumbers, green beans, northern beans, carrots, watermelon, cantaloupe, & some other things that I have no idea what they are. Have been wanting to try the Seeds of the Month for years...

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  21. Yes I garden and I would never think of not planting tomatoes!!

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  22. I would love to grow some tomatos nd bell peppers :)

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  23. We plant a pretty good size garden every year. We usually concentrate on 2-3 crops to can and preserve. This year it will be corn, sweet peas, potatoes, and onions.

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