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This giveaway is sponsored by
Mary's Heirloom Seeds

This Giveaway will run from Thursday, July 16th thru Monday, July 20th at midnight est and is open to residents of the US.
We will pick ONE Lucky Winner on Tuesday, July 21st
Each entry in the app below is a separate entry.

SEEDS: Jade Bush Beans, Black Beauty Zucchini, Little Gem Lettuce, French Breakfast Radish and Pak Choy Cabbage

(individually packaged seeds)

Coconut Coir 

30 non-woven seed starter bags (8X10cm)

5 Plant Markers

Printed Basic planting instructions included


From Mary,
Mary's Heirloom Seeds is a "mom and pop" small business created out of a desire to help people become more sustainable and self-sufficient. Our customers know that we are a simple phone call or email away
We currently offer over 650 varieties of Heirloom, open-pollinated, non-gmo & non-hybrid garden Seeds. Mary has signed the Safe Seed Pledge AND the Declaration of Seed Freedom.
Are you ready to enter the giveaway?

Giveaway is open to all Residents of the US.
Giveaway opens 7/16/2020 and ends 7/20/2020 at Midnight.
All giveaway entrants will be added to Mary's Heirloom Seeds mailing list.
Your information is never sold and we never send spam emails.
There is no purchase required to enter.

a Rafflecopter giveaway


The bees have a hard time finding my garden. But I do see lots of butterfly’s and moths.

Erin Wood,

My jujube bush/tree.


I would say my favorite bee friendly plant is Mexican Sunflower.

Patricia Keene,

Peonies are my favorite bee friendly plant. They are so fragrant and pretty! My very favorite!


The bees have been loving my cucumber plants this year and my cucumbers are doing amazing!


Echinacea, bee balm, petunias, and squash plants attract lots of bees around here until late summer when the sweet autumn clematis blooms. Then there are soooo many bees it is a cautious walk around the property as I have the fences heavily draped with them and they look like snow…in the winter the snow laden vibes look like in bloom in the moonlight! 😊


White clover! It brings ALL the bees to the yard!

Kamay Flemens,

My favorite plant is the bell pepper, Love the scent of sweet bell peppers… wish it was a perfume.


My bee balm, but also the purple cone flowers are very dramatic.

Jeanie Fowler,

I would have to say all but will chose Wild Clover…….

Sandra McFadden,

Loofah gourd!

Emily P,

Oh golly it is impossible to narrow it down to just one, but a very cool thing that happened this summer was that I had a whole bed of breadseed poppies that reseeded from some I grew last year. I didn’t even know they scattered the way they did until they came up this spring, so I left them. While they have been blooming, there have been as many as 15 or more bees in a single poppy flower! The flower shakes like crazy while they are in there and while standing among the blossoms in that bed, it’s like being a beekeeper in the apiary! I loved it! I will do it again next year but on purpose as it has made it difficult to harvest my garlic this year.


My all time favorite are sunflowers, you can’t look at a sunflower and stay sad. Though not much can beat being in an entire meadow or field blooming with delightful wild flowers of every kind; hearing the buzzing of our busy little friends lapping up its pollen.

Pamy Hard,

We are so in love with our seeds and how gorgeous our garden looks this year!
We value healthy, organic, quality produce and will never buy any their seeds.
Thank you for all your hard work and amazing seeds!



J K,

My favorite bee plant is milkweed.


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