We’ve reached our final seed giveaway for this Spring, but that means the gardening season will soon be in full swing! Thanks to everyone who has entered the giveaways and supported the seed companies that we have featured this year.
Based in Asheville, North Carolina, Sow True Seed offers over 500 open-pollinated, heirloom, GMO-free, and/or organic vegetable, herb, and flower varieties. You can learn more about them in my post from last year.
This year, I ordered a bunch of seeds from Sow True Seed with a friend from my garden club! I’m particularly excited to try their Lemon cucumbers, Carolina African Runner peanuts, Austrian Crescent Fingerling potatoes, and Aurora orach. They are also offering many other new varieties for 2018.
You can purchase seeds, mushroom plugs, bulbs, cover crops, and more from Sow True Seed through their catalog, website, or in retail stores listed on their website here.
Want to win their Heirloom Victory Collection?
Sow True Seeds has generously offered to provide one of their Heirloom Victory Seed Collections to one of our blog readers in the United States. This collection includes 10 varieties of heirloom vegetable seeds. Bloomsdale Long Standing Spinach, Georgia Rattlesnake Watermelon, Kentucky Wonder Bush Bean, and Sweet Banana Pepper are just a few of the seed packets in the collection.
You have several different options for entering the giveaway. To enter, follow the giveaway instructions below:
a Rafflecopter giveaway
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. And if you leave a comment, don’t forget to click on the Rafflecopter entry stating that you left a comment because the winner is chosen randomly by Rafflecopter. You’ll have 3 days to respond 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!
Janie Hynson is a beginning homesteader in North Carolina. She works in public health and sustainable agriculture and is interested in how health can be improved through homesteading.
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