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We are currently working on our 2016 Planting Guide for the US. This will be a NEW guide with region-specific planting info for the entire year all in one place. If there are specific topics that you are interested in that we have not address we would like to hear from you.
Mary's Heirloom Seeds is OPEN online 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. However, we will not be shipping out orders this Thursday as it is Thanksgiving. Online ordering will still be available but we might not respond to questions during the day.
Saturday, Nov 29th is Small Business Saturday! Rather than wait until then to showcase some of our "deals" at Mary's Heirloom Seeds we're starting off this week with LOTS of unique seeds, special deals, gift packs and more.
We will include FREE SEEDS with every single purchase at Mary's Heirloom Seeds.
*$10 order minimum on all seed orders*
NOW thru November 30th we are offering 10% OFF everything listed in
DIY Tincture Kits include: 1-32 ounce glass jar with lid, 1- 2 ounce Amber bottle with dropper top, 2 customized labels, 1 ounce of Organic Herb of your choice (additional herbs available) and Details Instructions
SPROUTS are a great way to continue harvesting fresh "greens" even if there's snow on the ground! Sprouts can be grown in a jar on a kitchen counter, do not require soil and can be harvested in as few as 3 days. Use discount code GROW2016 at checkout and receive 10% of your purchase of Mary's Organic Sprouting Kit
MARY'S GREEN MACHINE Combo Pack Includes one FULL PACK of the following varieties: Arugula, Catalogna Puntarelle Dandelion, Endive, Russian Red Kale, Tom Thumb Lettuce, Rainbow Swiss Chard That's 800 Seeds!! SAVE on GREENS when you purchase our combo pack!
Are planning your 2016 Garden?Healthy Soil and organic nutrients are important for a healthy and productive garden. Below are a few helpful articles