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Thursday, February 25, 2010

Another Chance to Win Seeds AND A Cobrahead Hand Cultivator

Chase away your last lingering winter fears with a chance to win six packets of seeds from Nature’s Crossroads and a hand weeder/cultivator from Cobrahead!

Though winter seems like it will never end, we know it will! And then it will be spring and we will all wish we had some seeds and a Cobrahead to do some planting of early crops like peas, lettuce, spinach, and radishes.

I’ve got my seeds for these early spring crops! I’ve got my Cobrahead ready! Just as soon as it warms up, I’m going to take it out to the garden to dig out those early spring weeds and make a nice furrow for sowing my seeds from Nature’s Crossroads.

Now one lucky commenter will have their chance to win seeds and a Cobrahead and be ready, too.

To enter:

1. Go to the Nature’s Crossroads website, look around, and pick at least one seed variety you’d like to win.
2. Leave a comment telling us what you picked by 9:00 pm EST, Sunday, February 28th.

Gosh, that’s as easy as sowing peas is going to be in my raised bed vegetable garden!

After the deadline, I’ll pick a random number and count down that many comments to identify the winner of the six packets of seeds from Nature’s Crossroads (an Indiana company) AND a hand weeder from Cobrahead (a Wisconsin company).

Open to U.S. residents only. Please make sure you leave your email address in the comment or that it is on your blog so I can contact you if you win. You do not have to have a blog to enter. Email addresses can be left disguised along the lines of Indygardener AT G Mail dot Com and I’ll figure it out.

One entry per person! However, if you tweet about the contest with a link on Twitter, post about it on your blog, or note it on your Facebook page, you can add a second comment with a link for reference and double your chances of winning! (Maximum of two comments per person.)

Good luck to all!

(And for those who are interested and can make it to Indianapolis in mid-March, the Hoosier Gardener is giving away two tickets to the Indiana Flower and Patio Show which takes place March 13 – 21. Visit the Hoosier Gardener's blog by March 8th to leave a comment there to enter to win!)

95 comments:

Geno's Garden said...

Hi Carol. I'd love to have a packet of Amni visnaga. I saw these in the WPA Rock Garden in Sacramento and loved them!

Cyndy said...

The ox-eye sunflower seed sounds delicious!

masonsgranny59 said...

The Summer Garden Collection is nice and the cherry tomatoes seeds.

Kitty said...

I would like to grow the Trusty Tomato, ORG, LOC!

maynekitty at live dot com

bcolflesh said...

Rainbow Chard, ORG looks awesome to me.

bcolflesh AT gmail DOT com

MOMFOREVERANDEVER said...

beefstavke

Christine said...

Ammi Visnaga would be my first choice, I have had this on my seed list for a few years now and have yet to try it!

thegardenatliberty AT G mail dot com

A Happy Gardener said...

I'd love the Rainbow Chard! Thanks for posting!

Gisele Schoene said...

I have already many tomato seeds but I would love to try the Purple Calabash Tomato!

Jenn S. said...

Would love to try the Common Chives,ORG seeds.

Leen said...

I'd love to win the the butternut squash seeds, thanks!

leenburke@yahoo.com

slb3334 said...

the green zebra tomato

Jeff said...

I'd love to win Green Tomatillo, ORG and make some enchilada sauce!

taff dot jeff at gmail dot com

plhill2000 said...

I'd like the Provider Bush Beans. I also like the Kids Gardening Kits.

Milton said...

I'm more interested in the Free Seeds for Garden Project and I want to contact my local community organization about it.

Nikki said...

I want to grow the Rhubarb Chard. I have a friend who grows chard and it does very well around here.

nik_har at yahoo dot com

Hannah said...

I'm thinking I'd love to try the marvel of four seasons lettuce.

HB_Kitmitto at hotmail dot com

Syracuse EcoHouse said...

We'd be flattered to have some Velvet Queen Sunflowers!

eamurp02 AT syr dot edu

Anonymous said...

How can I pick just one? I want Purple Basil Sweet, Granite Melon, Pacific Beauty Calendula, and Rainbow chard! Pick one. That's just cruel.

Deirdre- sillakim@aol.com

Stacy said...

Santo Cilantro, ORG would be my pick! My husband and I love making homemade salsa and guacamole and having fresh cilantro growing right in our garden would be great!

Phillip said...

I like the Velvet Queen sunflower!

Vetsy said...

I would love the Bee balm seeds because it draws all of nature's little pollinators!

This year I'm on a quest to help out our endangered little friends the Bees.

Bee balm along with many other helpful flowers are on my list to help them along. ( vmerri@ymail.com)

mverno said...

i would try the fennel mverno@roadrunner.com

circulating said...

Sure would love to try Gardeners Delight Tomato, Sage, Progress Fresh Shelling Pea, Monarda Bee Balm, Jalapeno Peppers, and Catnip... :)

Janette said...

I'd love to get some Long White Bunching Onion!
decadent87 at gmail dot com

Jessica said...

I'd have to go with catnip, rainbow chard ORG, and the sparkler radishes. But really I loved so many of the offerings. And I could really use a hand cultivator!

Jessica said...

Oh, and I tweeted about it here: http://twitter.com/gardenJess/status/9659508986

mogrill said...

I would love Commen Chives. Thanks for the chance.
mogrill@comcast.net

Andria said...

The Santo Cilantro, ORG would be great to have.

Anonymous said...

I'm already planning this year's garden - so I know I would like to try the organic Scarlet Nantes Carrot seeds. The Spring Garden Collection looks great too!
greenlancer at comcast dot net

Anonymous said...

Tweeted!
http://twitter.com/bellanova85/status/9672609287
greenlancer at comcast dot net

Lancashire rose said...

Green tomatillo would be my choice. I have the best recipe for posole and it uses fresh tomatillos. Thanks for chance, Carol.

GirlHouse said...
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GirlHouse said...

Santo Cilantro! YUM!
shawnnahouseholder AT gmail dot com

GirlHouse said...

Tweeted
http://twitter.com/GirlHouse/status/9676208787

shawnnahouseholder at gmail dot com

Anonymous said...

HORTON111@AOL.COM

I WOULD LIKE TO TRY THE MONARDA BEE BALM....I SEE IT HAS A HUMMINGBIRD AT THE FLOWER AND I LOVE TO WATCH HIMMINGBIRDS

sphinx63 said...

I would like the Ruby Queen Tomato Seeds. thanks!

sphinxcw at aol dot com

Terry said...

One thing I would like is the Table Gold Winter Squash. Also the Early Belle Leaf Celery and maybe the Butterfly Flower Mix Tin.
email: terry at terrycorum dot com

Liza said...

Cute, they're in Bloomington? I miss that town. I would love some of the echinachea seeds, I think they would grow well in Albuquerque.

I hope you guys get a break from the snow soon!

Sue said...

Cinderella Pumpkins! Thank you for the giveaway.

s.mickelson at gmail dot com

dawns41 said...

I would like to try the Walthum Butternut Squash and the Bee Balm.
I am looking forward to spring.

dawns_horizen@yahoo.com

sksweeps said...

I'd like to win the
Golden Cal Wonder Pepper, ORG

I've got red bell peppers growing from seed, but would love more colors

Tes283 said...

Sugar Baby Watermelon, ORG
what other fruit is as sweet and as fun to eat...watermelon. ya.

Tes283 said...

tweet
http://twitter.com/TES283/status/9684220459

Terry said...

Hi,
I would love to have the Scarlet Nantes Carrot, org, to plant with my granddaughter. Thanks for this great offer.
tharney@bellsouth.net
Thanks,
Terry

Deborah said...

I'd love to win the seeds for
Early Prolific Straightneck Squash, San Marzano Tomatoes and
Amish Paste Tomatoes. asthenight at gmail dot com

Deborah said...

Tweet: http://twitter.com/AsTheNight/status/9688183993.

jennem said...

I like the Cinderella Pumpkin.
Jennifer, jennem22 at yahoo dot com

debiwelbon said...

I like the rainbow chard - I think the boys would have fun planting this and help make the new place feel more like theirs.

Sarah said...

I'd love to win some Monarda seeds.

Happi Shopr said...

I'd love to try the marvel of four seasons lettuce. trinitygsd at yahoo dot com

Steph said...

I would love to try the Monarda Bee Balm, ORG.

techyone said...

chives, gardeners delight tomatoes, sugar baby watermelon...everything looks good

Wendy said...

I would love to have some mammoth sunflowers for my kids, and catnip for the cat. I particularly like the kits and tins from this site!

Rose said...

I've already purchased so many seeds, but somehow I overlooked beets--I'd love to try those candy-striped chiogga beets!

crystal said...

Hello I found so many great seeds!!
I liked their selection of herbs a lot. I also found the Organic Spaghetti Winter Squash which i would love to try growing;)
cyclona66(at)aol(dot)com

Christine said...

I'm now thanking you a second time for running the contest...I've mentioned the chance to enter and win on my blog, here's a link to the post http://thegardenatliberty.blogspot.com/2010/02/free-seeds-and-weeder.html
Good luck to everyone who enters!

Kim and Victoria said...

I've always liked Mexican sunflowers (Tithonia). I love that their seeds are organic.

karen said...

I would love to win some Lemon Queen Sunflower and Sugar Baby Watermelon seeds. Thanks.

president(dot)peaches(at)hotmail(dot)com

LittleEagle said...

I would like to win the Taylor Dwarf Horticultural Bush Bean, ORG
seeds to try out in my vegie garden this summer. Thank you for hosting this giveaway. sharonaquilino at hot mail dot com

Amanda S. said...

The Cinderella Pumpkin would be fun!

Jan (Thanks For Today) said...

I would like to win Black Beauty Zucchini Summer Squash seeds. We are starting our first vegetable garden! I don't own a CobraHead and would LOVE one. (I have 2 on my blog for my current giveaway, but I can't enter that!). I also finally have a Fiskars Rain Barrel for my sustainable living project;-) Joe Lamp'l arranged it for me (and I did it all on my own!). Jan

r0berts said...

Saucy Mama Garden Collection - I just love the name!

Gogetta said...

Goodness! That Trusty tomato immediately caught my eye. I'm in KY and knowing there's an organic seed company so close to me is a boon. I'm planning on placing an order.

Gogetta said...

Goodness! That Trusty tomato immediately caught my eye. I'm in KY and knowing there's an organic seed company so close to me is a boon. I'm planning on placing an order.

Sarah C said...

Hi! I'm on the south side of Indy myself and looking to start my first garden this year.

Oregon Sugar Pod Pea, ORG and Black Beauty Zucchini Summer Squash, ORG seeds look great. We do lots pf stir-frys and zucchini dishes.

Janice Golden said...

Purple Basil
Jaleigh78 at aol dot com

Anonymous said...

I would like Santo Cilantro seeds. My email address is jinijose_v@yahoo.com

wendym said...

Red Pear Tomato...got me wanting them due to the review...Robust flavor and high yield!

(Tastes great and makes alot!)

wendym at cableone dot net

Erika*Coffee said...

I'm interested in the Hearts of Gold Melon

Nanette said...

I would like the Genovese Basil.
nanoarta1 at gmail dot com

carolpie said...

I would like to win the Autumn Beauty Sunflower, ORG. The color of these is just gorgeous!


spencer1953 at gmail dot com-carol.

carolpie said...

Tweet!~http://twitter.com/dresdenrain/status/9756826307

chromiumman said...

would love to try the gardeners delight tomatoes

chromiumman (at) mail (dot) com

Bob said...

The calendula would be nice.

happy_girl_24 said...

I would choose Greensleeves Dill to use in pickling my cucumbers this summer.

lily2911@live.com

singermagic1 said...

they have several types of Heirloom tomatoes that I would love to get. I also found that they have free seeds for community gardens, I passed that on to my daughter
singermagic1(at)yahoo(dot)com

kathy pease said...

id love Mexican Sunflower (Tithonia)

Helen S said...

I would love to have the Fiskeby Edamame Soybean and Sugar Snap Peas. I will be so glad when Spring time gets here so that we can start our garden!
helencutie06@aol.com

giggling kids said...

Sugar Baby Watermelon
heatherstamper09@aol.com

Gianna said...

Black Beauty Eggplant, ORG

Pamela S said...

First off.....I went to school in Bloomington at IU...so YAY for a local company!! Now back to business....For the garden I'd say the Gardeners Delight Tomatoes and for flowers the Bachelors Buttons!!

Thanks so much! pamelashockley(AT)netscape(DOT)net

ladcraig said...

marvel of four seasons lettuce

Ladcraig at gmail dot com

purango said...

I'd like to win Brocade Corn. garrettsambo@aol.com

Jinxy and Me said...

I would like the Green Tomatillo, ORG

brianpiero said...

Thanks for the giveaway...I would choose the "Black Mammoth Sunflower, ORG" seeds.

senorpiero [at] yahoo [dot] com

Sherry at the Zoo said...

You know best what I might need, but maybe an heirloom tomato?

carolasar said...

If I have to only pick one it would be the Rossa Bianca Eggplant

queenoftheclick said...

I live in NYC and I have been gardening for almost 30 years. I have never Ever seen the Cobrahead and I am an avid gardener.

I purchase an urban home this past August. It has a huge backyard and I hope to have a great garden.

I like the Summer Garden Collection, but prefer the vegetables and herbs.

fancyfeet48 said...

I would love to win this Thank You for this great giveaway fancyfeet45@earthlink.net

Donna said...

I would like the cherry tomatoes.
donna444444@yahoo.com

Carol said...

Time's up! Stay tuned. I'll soon use www.random.org to pick one lucky winner! Thank you to everyone who left a comment to enter the contest.

Carol, May Dreams Gardens

lilyk said...

I love the Purple Calabash Tomato!

Stacy said...

The Black Beauty eggplant would be my choice.

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