Monday, February 10, 2014

20-Packet Veggie Seed GIVEAWAY! 3 WINNERS!

It's been ages since we've offered a giveaway.  With planting season underway here on the west and our eastern friends soon to follow, what better item to give away than an amazing vault of seeds?  I have joined with several new homesteading friends to offer this great collection of seeds (all heirloom, naturally).  To make it more exciting, three winners will be chosen!  

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2.  Click here to check out the Survival Seed Vault and leave a blog comment letting me know which of the 20 seed varieties YOU would be most excited to grow!

3.  Head on down to the Rafflecopter widget below to confirm your entries and unlock opportunities to gain additional entries.

Be sure to visit the other blogs co-hosting this giveaway!

THREE WINNERS will be chosen via random.org. This giveaway ends at 12:00 AM on Tuesday, February 18th, 2014. The winner will be contacted by email, and will have 48 hours to respond with his/her full name, address, and phone number. There is no purchase necessary to win. This giveaway is open to US and Canadian residents!

Have fun!

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36 comments:

  1. I've never grown the beefsteak tomatoes before. I'd love to give them a try!

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  2. My favorite seeds are the Snowball Self-blanching Cauliflower. I love cauliflower. It's such a versatile vegetable.

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  3. Heirloom Survival seeds are my first choice simply because they're non gmo and can be saved! Cool!

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  4. I am new to your blog and am enjoying it!! Thank you for the awesome giveaway!! Starting our seeds indoors right now! Love all the different varieties of tomatoes and always looking for more. We put up most of our harvest , and we raise chickens, dogs..maybe goats one day! hahaha...Would also love to try the corn, has been awhile since we grew it and since we are enlarging the garden this spring..might as well!!- Thank you for the opportunity-Danielle

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  5. The Marketmore Cucumber gets me excited about receiving...they are my 9 year old daughter's favorite vegetable! She'll eat them instead of candy...perfect reason to plant them.
    Samantha

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  6. Tiffany N Scott TerryFebruary 11, 2014 at 7:48 AM

    Waltham Butternut Winter Squash, I usually plant only in the spring, but would like to branch out!

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  7. Self blanching cauliflower? I'd love to give that a try

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  8. We just moved from the coast of California, where most things grow amazingly year round, now being in Texas I'm excited to kind of re-learn how to grow most of these veggies-- but we love eating carrots, especially homegrown, so probably the Scarlet Nantes Carrot. Yum!

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  9. What fun to grow a garden. I would probably share some seeds with my friend who has an amazing garden!! I would be most excited for the Hales Best Cantaloupe!!!

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  10. I really would love to see the peas - yum!

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  11. The Blue Lake Bean Over, California Wonder Pepper would be my favorite! They all look so good. I am so happy you are blogging again! So excited for you and your family! You have a beautiful home!

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  12. I would love to grow beefsteak tomatoes again - absolutely the best thing straight from the garden!

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  13. Cantaloupe and sweet corn would be my kids' favorites but I would enjoy trying to grow beets and spinach in our garden! These seeds seem quality and get me excited to begin our garden :)

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  14. I love Zucchini, so I'd be very excited to grow the Black Beauty Zucchini!

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  15. Yay for cauliflower and spanish sweet onions! What a fun giveaway! :)

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  16. Cucumbers all the way...especially because my kiddos LOVE them. :)

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  17. I have never grown cauliflower, so I am most anxious to try this year.

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  18. Watermelons, peas and cucumbers! I was just talking with my mom about starting a veggie garden- how serendipitous!

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  19. Wow, what an awesome giveaway! There are so many great seed choices here but I would have to go with the tomatoes or the corn.

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  20. Watermelon! My daughter loves it, and what better way to have it than for her to help it grow :)

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  21. Seeds!!! You can never have just one variety, its never enough. I love cucumbers, squash, salads.

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  22. Black Beauty Zucchini Over

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  23. I would choose the Beefsteak tomatoes. Fresh, homegrown tomatoes from the garden....there is nothing like it!

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  24. I'd choose the beefsteak tomatoes!

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  25. The beets....the corn - to be able to eat corn again??? Sounds heavenly!

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  26. The California Wonder pepper. I love bell peppers but always worry about pesticides. It would be great to have them in our own garden.

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  27. Ah, I'm a sucker for onions! Sauteed is the best way! :)

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  28. Tomatoes! I love a good tomato in the summer.

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  29. Definitely the Hales Best Cantaloupe!

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  30. I would love to grow the California Wonder Pepper!

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  31. I'd LOVE to grow the scarlet nantes carrots! LOVE, LOVE, LOVE carrots of any color, and the red ones add so much fun for the kids!

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  32. I can't wait to grow the Detroit Red Beets!!!

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  33. I would love to try growing beets!

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  34. Thanks for the giveaway, I have wanted to buy these seeds!

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  35. The beefsteak tomatoes!!!

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