Seed Giveaway Winners

We are pleased to announce the two winners of the Botanical Interests’ Seed Collections!

Janiece won the Basic Bounty Veggie Garden Collection.  Her favorite vegetable to grow is the  Sugar Snap pea.

Basic Bounty Veggie Garden Seed Collection

Basic Bounty Veggie Garden Seed Collection

Chris McDiarmid won the Heirloom Tomato Seed Collection.  That’s good, because her favorite vegetable to grow is the tomato.

Heirloom Tomato Seed Collection

Heirloom Tomato Seed Collection

We picked our two winners at random from the 94 entrants who all left a comment on our blog naming their favorite vegetable to grow.  Tomatoes were the top choice, with the second pick probably being Sugar Snap peas.  But entrants named vegetables as varied as sorrel and bitter melon, with more well known choices like cucumbers and zucchini also making an appearance.  See all of the comments in the original post here.

Thanks to Botanical Interests for providing the seeds and thanks to everyone who participated!

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3 Responses to “Seed Giveaway Winners”

  1. janiece says:

    Thank you SO much! I’m so excited I’ve been telling everyone I know that I won. 🙂

  2. Chris says:

    I planted a dozen of each of the tomato seeds that I was so lucky to be the winner of! They are in their light soil beds inside egg cartons (that we had so many of for the Easter celebration), nestled under a blanket of damp newspaper (the comics of course) and in a warm and cozy place. I think they are dreaming of growing long and tall as I noticed they are pole varieties. I’m so glad to have received the Botanical Interests catalog, too – I’m going to order lots of other seeds and build the Teepee Trellis that they show. Thank you! Happy gardening to all!!

  3. Noel says:

    Hi Chris,

    I got my tomatoes seeded yesterday. 24 varieties. All heirlooms or open pollinated and about 8 types of seed we’ve saved. I’m going to make an effort to save more seed this year. It’s easy. But it’s also fun to shop the catalogs and stores to see the ever expanding offerings of vegetables available to the home gardener.