Tuesday, March 19, 2013

Spring Into Sustainability Hop! Win a $25 Gift Card to Annie's Heirloom Seeds!

Spring Into Sustainability Giveaway


Welcome to the Spring Into Sustainability Giveaway Hop, hosted by Happy Mothering and The Frugal Greenish Mama. We are ready for spring around here and members of the Green Moms Network are excited to bring you great prizes to encourage your family to live a more sustainable lifestyle, all valued at $25+ .


Our hosts have 2 awesome grand prizes!
Happy Mothering is giving away a Wondermill Junior Deluxe hand grain mill valued at $219.95. Enter here. 

The Frugal Greenish Mama has an awesome gardening package valued at $262.90 sponsored by Earth Easy and Humble Seed. Enter here.
After entering my giveaway and the grand prize giveaways, be sure to visit the other blogs listed under the Rafflecopter form to enter more great giveaways.


My Journey to Living Well is proud to be offering a $25.00 Gift Card to Annie's Heirloom Seeds! Annie's offers only heirloom variety seeds. No hybrids and no GMO's. Please go here to read more about Annie's and follow my 2013 Gardening Journal. Good luck to you all!

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36 comments:

  1. I like the Chadwick Cherry Tomato seeds.

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  2. I like the Asian Garden Collection and the "black" tomatoes (Black Cherry, Black Krim, etc) the best. So many good seeds on this website though; hard to pick any sort of favorite. I like that the website only sells non-GMO and heirloom seeds. mary987 (at) hotmail (dot) com

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  3. Would like to have had a chance to follow but only facebook, not all of us have facebook, but it is nice that you are offering the seeds, it is very important for all to try to grown things tohelp our environment..

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  4. All of 'em! lol. Our yard is full of trees, though, so we have a hard time growing anything that can't handle partial sun from the light that laces through the trees overhead.

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  5. Hi Dorothy,
    I'm sorry you weren't able to enter due to the Facebook requirements. Here is what I can do:

    If you'll email me your email address that will count as ten entries (the same as the Facebook on the form).

    Also, if you will leave a comment on the review post found here: http://myjourneytolivingwell.blogspot.com/2013/03/annies-heirloom-seeds-review.html I will count this as 10 entries as well.

    This applies to anyone who would rather not (or can't) do the Facebook entries.

    I will also go and unlock the mandatory entries so that everyone can do what they are able.

    Thank you for visiting!

    Mendy Boyd
    Author
    My Journey to Living Well

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  6. I would like to try growing my own herbs, and some cucumber, tomatoes, potatoes and asparagus

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  7. I would love to order some of the pickling cucumber seeds!

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  8. All of the seeds appeal to me! I love planting my garden every year and my family loves eating the fresh foods that come from it!

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  9. All of the seeds appeal to me!

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  10. I'd love to try some of the Sweet Peppers- The Topepo Rosso Pepper, Alma Paprika Pepper, and the Mixed Baby Bells!

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  11. I'd love to try any of their Alpine Strawberries - one of my favorite fruits!

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  12. would love to try some of the asian vegetable seeds...

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  13. Any of the heirloom tomato seeds, I love how many varieties there are

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  14. I'd love to get a variety of herbs. Yum!

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  15. I am interested in herbs, both culinary and medicinal

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  16. http://www.anniesheirloomseeds.com/tom-thumb-lettuce/

    Quick growing lettuce :o)


    lisa lo RC form

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  17. I could spend hours looking at different seeds. Our garden is huge. atleast an acre. we have 75 acres so we could grow quite a bit. brandywine tomatoes and moon and stars watermelon are a few I like.

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  18. I would like their hearts of gold melon seeds

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  19. Edible Flowers Collection
    rierie11booger (@) yahoo.com

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  20. Black Beauty Zucchini and Bloomsdale long standing spinach.

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  21. I love heirloom seeds! I would probably go with tomatoes.

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  22. i would love to have seeds for brussels sprouts, cabbage, peas, potatoes, strawberries, squash and tomatoes...oh my!

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  23. I so want to try their Peruvian Purple fingerling potatoes. They're sold out for this year, which is just as well. I don't have a place ready to plant them! Maybe next year.

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  24. I'd love to try their Romanesco Zucchini seeds!

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  25. I live in the Maritime Pacific NW so a lot of the mainstream crops (Tomatoes, corn, melons, etc) just don't ripen here because of the lack of heat. Annie's has a great selection of root vegetables and greens though! The Early Mibuna Asian Mustard Greens and Tendersweet Carrot look delicious.

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  26. I love the Bee Balm (Monarda) - Panorama Red Shades seeds

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  27. I like the Annie's Family Homestead Garden.

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  28. Basil Collection
    Thanks for the contest.

    slehan at juno dot com

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  29. I like Annies Beet Blend - want to try growing those for the first time here. The Amish paste tomatoe would be great for canning sauce.

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