Free organic seeds for your garden. Need I say more? This year, as part of their Sowing Millions Project, Seeds of Change is giving away 25 packets of seeds to Food Renegade readers.
What’s so special about these seeds? Glad you asked.
First off, they’re completely organic. Why would you want to use non-organic seeds in your organic garden? Why not start your vegetables, flowers, and plants off on the right foot from the get-go?
Second, they’re GMO-free! No weird, genetically engineered pieces of foreign DNA have been forcibly incorporated into the plants. YAY.
Third, they’re open-pollinated. That means they will produce new generations of whatever you plant. In other words, you could collect seeds from your hardiest, tastiest plants this year and plant those collected seeds next year! Open pollination is great because it increases biodiversity and helps ensure that your garden only gets healthier and stronger with each passing year as you select for plants that grow well in your soil and weather conditions. Believe it or not, most commercial seeds these days aren’t open-pollinated. They’re commercial hybrids or closed, self-pollinated plants created to ensure consistency year after year while also requiring that you buy new seeds each year.
And finally, they’re quality tested. If you’re new to the world of gardening, you may not know why that’s important. So let me paint a picture for you. Say you go to your nearest box store and pick out the $1 packets of seeds on the rack in the garden center. You get home and plant them. Out of 100 seeds, maybe half actually sprout, and of those, only a third will actually end up being viable. You got what you paid for — crappy seeds. At Seeds of Change, they’re committed to growing and creating the highest-quality organic, open-pollinated seeds on the market. They actually test, research, develop, and test some more. Their seeds are actually viable. The vast majority of them will sprout for you, and most of those sprouts will have the potential to turn into healthy, productive plants.
So, have I won you over yet?
I have? I had you at “free seeds”? Then here’s how you enter the giveaway. We’re keeping it simple.
There is only one entry per person, and to get your chance, ‘like’ the Seeds of Change Facebook page. Comment below telling me that you did, and that’s it! If you would like to, please tweet this post and share it on Facebook so that your friends and family can have a chance to win, too!
How To Enter The Giveaway
The giveaway will run from today through Next Thursday, June 23rd. At that point, I will select a winner via Random.org and announce the winner the following Friday, June 24th.
There is only one entry per person, and to get your chance, ‘like’ the Seeds of Change Facebook page. Comment below telling me that you did, and that’s it!
If you would like to, please tweet this post and share it on Facebook so that your friends and family can have a chance to win, too!
I wrote this post while participating in the Sowing Millions Project by Real Food Media on behalf of Seeds of Change. I received product and exclusive content to facilitate my post. However, my thoughts and opinions are my own and not of those of Real Food Media or Seeds of Change. This promotion is in no way sponsored, endorsed or administered by, or associated with, Facebook
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