BIG SEED GIVEAWAY

Who likes free stuff?
I know I do!

Okay, well.  I did an inventory of our entire seed bank and found we have a lot of extra seeds.
Now, I do have to say, this offer is not exactly free.  There is a cost somewhat.
Like last years Black Futsu Seed giveaway the only thing I ask on this one is that if you are interested you must cover the postage.
This means, unlike last year when people sent me a self addressed envelope with postage included (.45 postage on one envelope, .45 on self addressed envelope. .90 grand total), you will only have to send .46 to me via Paypal.
If you prefer you still can send me a self addressed envelope with postage but I suggest the Paypal method to save a bit of $$$ and I did have quite a few people report that they sent me envelopes that I never received.
I will cover the cost of envelopes.
If you are interested in this offer you can email me.
If you are interested in getting some almost free seeds this is all I ask.

  1. Email me your address and advise me which seeds you are interested in.
  2. Send me .46 via Paypal. 
  3. Upon receipt of the .46 I will send you whichever seeds you would like(that I still have available) to the address you sent me on step 1 

As you can see. Simple.  I will send you about 5 to 10 of each seed you wish.  Supplies are limited and of course rules of first come, first serve apply.

Now, I do have to shamelessly advertise here.  I have opened an etsy shop that soon I will be listing homemade Jellies, Jams and even some barbecue sauce.  Supplies are limited.  First come first serve applies here too. 
Within about a month or two I will be also selling tomato seedlings.  
If you are interested you can go to my Facebook page where I will have my listings updated at least once a week. 

Okay, onto the good stuff. 
The following seeds are free for the asking. Just ask.

  • Acorn Squash
  • Long Island Cheese Pumpkin
  • Marina di Chioggia
  • Kabocha Squash
  • Delicata Squash
  • Carnival (also heard it called Festival) Squash
  • Galeux D'eysines
  • Red Russian Kale
  • Casaba Melon
  • Santa Claus Melon
  • Tomato, Golden Girl
  • Tomato Black Krim
  • Tomato, Rutger

Most of these I have either grown myself and harvested from the fruit or I purchased the fruit at a local vendor and then saved the seeds.  So far I have had massive successes with germination and growth for most of these seeds.  All of these seeds are no more than one year old.

Enjoy!

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