MARY'S HEIRLOOM SEEDS ANNIVERSARY SEED GIVEAWAY Posted on 12 May 10:36 , 186 comments
Thank you for joining in the celebrations!
We have a lot to be thankful for here at Mary's Heirloom Seeds.
Now it's time for a seed giveaway!
We currently use Rafflecopter for our giveaway. You do not need to complete every single entry in order to enter. EACH ENTRY IS A SEPARATE OPPORTUNITY TO WIN. The entry form is at the bottom of the page.
Before we get to the amazing giveaway prizes...
In case you missed the announcement, we also have an ANNIVERSARY SEED SALE for the entire month of May! Plus free seeds!
As an added bonus, Mary's Heirloom Seeds has a discount code available for Seed Combo Packs
Use code: SEEDCOMBO23
at checkout to take 10% off every single seed combo pack
Ready for the giveaway info?
There will be 10 winners chosen on MAY 20th!
This giveaway is open to all residents of the US and Canada.
No purchase necessary.
Mary’s Heirloom Seeds
ONE WINNER will receive a BULK pack of Calendula Flower Seeds
ONE WINNER will receive a BULK pack of Giant of California Zinnia Seeds
ONE WINNER will receive a "Rainbow Garden Seed Combo Pack"
ONE WINNER WILL RECEIVE
All winners will receive STICKERS!
Now for the details...
- Giveaway begins on 5/12/23 and ends at 11:59 pm on 5/20/23
- TEN winners will be selected at random
- Winners must live in the United States or Canada
- This one is important...We will email the winners on May 23rd. If the winner does not respond within 48 hours, a new winner will be selected at random
- All entries will be added to our e-newsletter mailing list for Mary's Heirloom Seeds
a Rafflecopter giveaway
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Jamie Clark on
Thank you so much! Wild flowers or a welcome addition to my landscape.
Rajee Pandi on
I haven’t experimented with a lot of pollinators yet but I do have yarrow, catnip, and marigolds I’ve noticed the bees like. I’m trying nasturtium around the garden this year to see if I can attract more pollinators. We shall see, fun fun.
We have two bee gardens. We love bees especially for our blackberry bushes. My favorite pollinator is our sunflowers.
wen budro on
Sunflowers and snap dragons are my favorites. Bees love them too.
Mark Chadwick on
The Butterfly bush is a great pollinator.
April Payne on
Thank you so much for the chance to win ❤ i don’t have any favorites i love them all thank you so much
Lydia Goodman on
Lilacs, dont see them now that I have moved across the country but I love the smell of them
Michelle Domangue on
Amy Nick on
i wouldl have to say lilacs are my favorite pollinator
Christina Gail Pearce on
Bee Balm is a favorite of mine!
Diane Eral on
Shasta Daisies are my favorite flower.
The bees absolutely love the hollyhocks, so we have them in every color.
Jim Lambert on
Sunflowers are great,
Gayle B on
Calendula & Cone Flower!
Debbie B on
I am making a special planter for the seeds I bought from Mary’s Heirloom Seeds. They are all three plantain varieties she sells and I’m excited to see how it goes!
Tanya Williamson on
I love to plant marigolds in the corners of all my beds. I haven’t had the best of luck growing many flowers but I can always get marigolds to grow.
Gilda Eamiguel Wilson on
Roger Schmitt on
Love my peonies just sad that they last such a short time.
Diane Williamson on
My favorite native pollinator is butterfly weed.
Clover. Simple weed clover. Love the smell since I was a child.
Patti Wentling on
Always on the lookout for interesting seeds and plants!
Jeanette Jackson on
I think Sunflowers are my favourite
wendy hutton on
lilacs are my favorite pollinator
Karen D on
My favorite is Bee Balm! Beautiful flowers
I think my favorite pollinator is bee balm. It grows really well here in my clay soil!
Borage, clover, and calendula!
Blythe J on
I love lavender as a pollinator plant. My lavender doubled in size last year and I was delighted to see all of the bees going nuts for it.
Glenn Taylor on
Have loved Heirloom products for as long as I can remember.
Annemarie Fiegener on
What a fun giveaway! I’d be thrilled to win any of the prizes! Fingers crossed!
Gaia S on
I love lavender, echinacea, dandelion, milkweed and sunflowers as pollinator plants. I grow them in my garden!
Julie Waldron on
My favorite pollinator is dianthus.
emily zhang on
Devin J. on
I like Clover and Salvia
Lynne Auchterlonie Tidei on
Glad I found your sight!
Lisa DT on
I like most flowers and plants but mostly the ones that could more than beautiful – useful as insect repellents.
Susan Kennedy on
I love all the mint family that I let flower. My honey bees love it!
Jennifer Warschauer on
Wow, so many great seeds!!!
Angela DeCoux on
I adore zinnias and Calendula for my local pollinators. Thank you SO much for this opportunity !!
Josh Willhite on
I wish my yard was covered in sweet clover
Jean Holland on
Butterfly weed is my favorite pollinator friendly plant.
Love all you do and that great seeds you have
kathy m on
Don’t cut the dandelions! In our environment they are the bees favorite food. I love growing lavender – great for the bee’s and I love the fragrance!
Crissy M on
I really like Yarrow, the leaves are beautiful, and the bees love it
Lisa Griffin on
My favorite pollinator plant is bee balm (and borage!!).
I don’t know that I could pick one favorite, but I do love comfrey since it has a long bloom time and it’s always buzzing with someone enjoying it.
Theresa Sutherland on
I actually like the little flowers of bok choy & radish. They bring little tiny bees. Fun to watch.
Bonnie Gramlich on
Thank you, Mary, and everyone. Love planting your seeds!
Timothy Webb on
Happy Anniversary and Blessings
Excited about Wildflowers! Thanks for helping pollinators!
Jessie A on
We can’t choose a single favorite for our pollinators! From Mary’s seeds we grow borage, bachelor buttons, zinnias, cosmos, crimson clover, coneflower, and calendula. So many are beneficial for our companion planting, look beautiful and the pollinators love them!
Too many to choose just one!
Lori P on
Thanks for the opportunity.
Fave pollinator plant is swamp milkweed. Really, any milkweed. Butterflies and bees adore it. Second is probably monarda as the hummingbirds love it so.
Donna Farrish on
Any seeds I might win will be repkg with company name on the seed envelope and put in Pinole Free Seed Library.
Linda J Walker on
Thanks for the chance to win more seeds! I have had great success with all the seeds I have bought from Mary’s!
Any seeds would be amazing! I will be grateful.
Tracy Lantis on
I would love to win thank u for the opportunity
Alicia Blaze on
I love joyful, colorful Zinnias in my garden for the pollinators. Happy Gardening!
Linda Garinger on
Love your seeds and giveaways! Couldn’t log into Facebook and now it’s stuck on tha Facebook login….
aurora House on
My favorite seeds are the cinnamon basil I ordered
My fav is roses
One of my favorite seed companies!
My fave pollinator friendly plant is lavender. Also love seeing sleepy bees take naps on the chive blossoms
Donna davis on
Amazing giveaway Would love to win
Joyce Marshall on
Happy anniversary. I love all plants.
Bobbi Pentney on
Not sure i have a favourite, Asters are so beautiful…so perhaps those.
Susan Mohr on
Milkweed, but I also have a yard full of dandelions, violets, and ground ivy that seem to be appreciated. And a peony and rose. This year I plan some sunflowers, maybe some hollyhock, and we’ll see what else!
Regina Chavez on
Any plant that creates a sustainable ecosystem is a great plant in my book. Of course I love the plants with colorful flowers 💐❤️😊
Katie Adams on
Kristina Gaines on
Lavender and sunflowers
Zinnias, coneflowers, sunflowers, bee balm, I love them all! I try to wait as long as possible in the spring to mow the lawn because we get a beautiful combination of wild violets and dandelions that feed the bees before anything else is blooming!
James Burgess on
My favorite pollinator plant?!? There are just too many! That’s like asking “water of air”! Lol!
Lynn M on
Dandelions – I always see bees on my dandelions long before other plants come out. (It helps that I like (and eat) dandelions.)
Martha Gallo on
Milk Weed, smells amazing and it protects butterflies
Barry nicolson on
My comfrey is making allllll the bees so happy! Bumblebees, honey bees!! It’s the best!
My favorite pollinator-friendly plant is echinacea!
Rainbow garden combo looks amazing!
Sunflowers are my fave!
Kim Dees on
Happy Anniversary! My favorites are Sunflowers & Calendula – Thanks!
Happy Anniversary and thank you for the chance to win! My favorite pollinator is probably zinnias. They make me smile.
Linda Sear on
I agree that I like sunflowers, but I also LOVE lavender as well!
Heather Swanson on
I have milkweed
Linda Sear on
I too will agree and say sunflowers. : )
Jill H. on
I have a hard time choosing a favorite, I love all flowers, but sunflower 🌻 is one of my favorite pollinators. Happy Anniversary!
I have lavender (early, mid, and late blooming) and always plant sunflowers for my honey bees. Plus anything else that I can get to grow that they can use for pollen.
Cheryl Germain on
Phlox is my favourite pollinator plant
Angelica Seely on
Rosemary! I see bees buzzing around my giant plant as early as February some years, it’s always the first plant to attract them and it blooms year round (here in the PNW at least) so it’s pretty to look at even in December.
Theresa C. on
We plant dozens of sunflowers for the bees!
I’d have to say sunflowers. We’re fairly new at gardening and growing flowers and my daughter loves it so much. A friend in Germany sent her some sunflower seeds from there last year and they were wonderful to grow and to perk up the landscape here. I’d like to try to grow some new things this year, too.
David Latino on
My favorite is Zinnias and bee balm
i love using sunflowers and purple coneflowers as pollinators in my garden. Happy Anniversary!!!
Andrea Hickey on
Marigolds by far!
Fiona N on
Happy Anniversary :)
My favorite pollinator-friendly plant is California Zinnia.
Davin Heighton on