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Tuesday, April 6, 2010

Garden Time!!

Well, that time if finally here, planting time!! I am super excited to start our garden this year. There are a couple of reasons why I am so excited. First, we have more room, and second, we have better soil. The last time we tried to plant vegetables the soil was rocky, and did not do well at all.  I love to garden because it saves you so much money, and you just cannot beat the taste of fresh product.

So far I have planted a container full of chives, green onions, and parsley. I have also planted four strawberry plants, two blue berry plants, and garlic.









Tomorrow the space below will be transformed into my raised bed garden. I have big plans for my small garden, and hope that it will do well, but I will post updates regularly.





Now for some even more exciting news!! Hometownseeds.com has a great package of seeds labeled the Emergency Survival Seed package. This awesome package includes; sweet corn, peas, radish, onion, beet, tomato, spinach, cabbage, swiss chard, lettuce, carrot, pepper, winter squash, cucumber, pole bean, and squash zucchini seeds. I don't know about you, but I think that is A Lot of seeds!! Hometownseeds was generous enough to send me a Survival Seed package to try out, and tomorrow I will be planting those seeds. The even better part is, Hometownseeds.com is offering one of my lucky readers (that's you) the chance to win a Survival Seed package (which retails for $34.99 plus shipping) of their very own!! 


If you would like a chance to enter this fabulous giveaway simply visit hometownseeds.com and come back here and leave a comment on this post telling me what other product you would like to try.  It's that simple!!  You can also earn additional entries by:
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16 comments:

adigangi said...

We love sunflowers; I'd like to try the Sunflower, Teddy Bear seeds.

Domestic Diva said...

I would like to grow the Cantaloupe Seeds.

Theresa N. said...

I'd love to try their Herb seeds collection.
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I'm a subscriber.
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SusanPM said...

I am interested in cultivating one slightly shaded section of my yard into a wildflower garden, so the Elite Mix of Wildflower Seeds is what I'd be interested in. I've already got my veggies in the ground :)

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Terry said...

I'd love to grow my own cilantro, so I think that's the one I would try!

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I have subscribed to your blog!

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I'm following your blog!

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eclairre said...

cantaloupe seeds sound interesting

Tina S. said...

I would like to try the cataloupe seeds!
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Amanda said...

I would like to try planting some watermelon seeds.

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Marci J said...

I'd love to try the gourd seeds (under misc) that be bird houses.
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