How about some free seeds to start off a year of wildflowers in your garden?
And a calendar beautifully illustrated with botanical drawings to count down the days until spring?
And a mouse pad to keep your mouse moving smoothly as you click around the web reading Wildflower Wednesday posts and looking for seeds?
How about it, indeed!
Botanical Interests is sponsoring this giveaway which features a calendar, a mouse pad, and two seed mixes that will no doubt delight you with many blooms through summer and fall.
The first seed mix, "Save the Bees", includes annual and perennial flowers and even some herbs chosen especially to attract bees and other pollinators.
The other seed mix, "Water-wise", includes annual and perennial flowers that are drought-tolerant and by the way, they'll attract bees and pollinators, too.
Using a seed mix is a great way start a wildflower garden, one that will provide enjoyment and surprises not only the first season of sowing, but for many seasons after that.
In addition to the two seed mixes offered in this giveaway, Botanical Interests also offers several other seed mixes including the Songbird Mix, Bring Home the Butterflies Mix, Hummingbird Haven, and the very intriguing Fairy Meadow Mix. (Hmmm... a mix of flowers that attracts garden fairies? Very intriguing...)
It's easy to enter this giveaway! Just leave a comment below telling us about your favorite wildflower. That's it!
Enter by Monday, January 31st at 9 pm EST and maybe you'll start February with two free seed mixes, a calendar and a mouse pad.
(Giveaway open to U.S. and Canadian residents, 18 years and older, one entry per person. Please include your email address in your comment (disguised along the lines of "name AT gmail dot com") or make sure your comment will lead me to a blog or website where I can find your email address. Winner will be chosen by random drawing.)
(Wildflower Wednesdays is sponsored by Gail at Clay and Limestone. Visit her blog to find links to others who are joining in this once a month event promoting wildflowers in and out of the garden.)