We’re excited to continue our series of seed giveaways with a giveaway from Renee’s Garden! They offer vegetable, herb, and flower seeds, including heirlooms, hybrids, open-pollinated varieties, and Certified Organic seeds. Renee’s Garden also sells Scatter Garden seeds including cover crops and flowers for pollinators, custom packets for special events, and gifts for gardeners. Renee’s Garden is based in Felton, California but their seeds have been guaranteed for every major climate zone in the United States. The owner Renee Shepherd selects the seeds based on their great flavor and strong performance in home gardens.
In 2014, Renee published her most recent cookbook – The Renee’s Garden Cookbook – with recipes focused on incorporating produce from your kitchen garden. The book is organized by vegetable type and features beautiful watercolors of herbs and vegetables.
There is also a helpful section on their website with gardening resources and gardening and cooking how-to videos. You can shop the Renee’s Garden catalog and purchase their seeds by mail or at local retailers.
Each year, Renee’s Garden donates seeds to many organizations worldwide working towards health, social, and economic causes and promoting organic, sustainable agriculture.
Want to win two of their seed collections and a gift certificate?
Renee’s Garden has generously agreed to give away three items to one of our blog readers in the United States. Follow the giveaway instructions below to enter to win these prizes:
Each of the collections contains five seed packets as well as a container gardening guide. Be sure to use your real name when leaving a comment so that we can match it up with your entry in case you win. You’ll have one week to respond with your address if you win or we will draw another winner. Make sure to check back on the website when we announce the winner and check your spam folder so you won’t miss our email!
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Janie Hynson is an aspiring homesteader in North Carolina. She recently moved back to her hometown after living in Boston for six years and then traveling across the U.S. working on organic farms. Janie works in public health and sustainable agriculture and is interested in how health can be improved through homesteading.
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