I know I say this often but WE LOVE GIVEAWAYS!
This one is a bit different than our usual giveaway and we have more chances to WIN.
Here's how it works...
This giveaway is open to all US and Canadian residents from September 2nd through September 7th at midnight. You must use the rafflecopter app at the bottom of this post to enter. No purchase necessary.
How is this giveaway different?
We are giving away 12 SEED PACKS to 5 different WINNERS!!! We choose the seed packs so it'll be a surprise when your package arrives.
THIS IS SO EXCITING!!!
ABOUT Mary's Heirloom Seeds
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 700 varieties of Heirloom, open-pollinated, non-gmo & non-hybrid garden Seeds. Mary has signed the Safe Seed Pledge AND the Declaration of Seed Freedom.
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Giveaway is open to all Residents of the US.
Giveaway opens 9/2/2020 and ends 9/7/2020 at Midnight.
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There is no purchase required to enter.
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Fernando Betancourt on
Several years ago I planted 5 small mimosa strigilossa plants on my front lawn and it now covers almost the entire lawn and the bees just liove the flowers
I really love how the bees love my echinacea and bee balm. 🐝 🐝
My favorite is Wisteria.
Bev Dow on
I’ve had a couple of fat bumblebees loving my tomato plants this year. I expected the little honeybees, but these big yellow and black bees have been so fun to watch.
Margaret D on
I’ve planted a bunch of flower seeds in my front yard. I live in a suburban, HOA neighborhood in central Florida and HOAs are notorious for their restrictions on what you can plant and where, but as my flowers emerge (and so far it’s zinnias that are taking the lead) the bees and butterflies are having family reunions in my yard! It’s fabulous. I’m hoping all (or at least most) of my other flowers will grow and bloom and then we can have a contest to see which flower type wins the “bees like me best” award!
Julie green on
The bees all love the sunflowers in my garden. I save some for next year. But now it’s very busy with birds all getting their fill of the seeds too.
Robyn Bellefleur on
My favourite bee friendly plants are any type of wildflowers.
Ellie Rosser on
I let my entire front yard (2 acres) turn to dandelions this year-looked fabulous and the bees were gloriously happy.
I really like Bee Balm.
The bees have liked our cucumber flowers 💗 I have plans to see the borage , sunflower and calendula pick up more yellow and black buzzprints this next growing season 😁
Renee Tranter on
Bees like our hibiscus!
Sonya Allstun on
My favorite would be Sunflowers
My favorite bee flower has got to be the sunflowers. There are bees on them constantly!
Have planted many seeds from Mary’s Heirloom Seeds with good luck!
Valerie Barber on
I love bees. I have a flower that attracts them but I don’t know what it’s called. It’s yellow flowers. We also have an orange tree and see the bees around it.
Bee’s love many of my plants but borage comes to mind first. I love that the flowers are edible and the plants are tough as nails!
Love your seeds!
Brandy Given on
My favorite bee friendly plant this year was my chocolate runner bean, but oregano surprised me too!
Suzanne M. Osborne on
My favorite bee pollinator plant is any plant they like! I do love to see I drunk Bumblebee tumble out of my squash blossoms.
I bought a plant called the Butterfly Plant at a festival here in TX. I have no idea if that is its actual name but I love how it attracts butterflies. They said it was a native plant. It has small fuzzy looking purple blossoms.
Kathy Emerick on
Absolutely love lavender !
My favorite bee friendly plant is Lavender! They love my lavender bushes right now.
Keith Pittman on
The tomatoes were great.
Angela McBride on
I love lavender!!
Joye Green on
The bees are loving my butterfly bushes. They are so happy buzzing around them.
Wow. Seeds are one of the best tool to receive. What a great blessing to the winner.
Thank you for the giveaway chance!
Martha M. on
Salvia and zinnia are my favorite bee friendly plants.
Eveline Packer on
This is so fun, I love a surprise!!
Tami Lewis on
Sunflowers are my fav
Joy Richard on
I love purple cone flowers because mine always attract bees and butterflies.
Kimberly newcomb on
my favorite is sunflowers 🌻
Ricky D Edinger on
I love the almighty sunflower for bees.
Tammy Steele on
Bee Balm is a favorite. I share extra plants with friends.
Kimberly Hamilton on
Thanks for offering such a great contest, love Mary’s
Eugenia Alton on
Bees are on the bolted grass in the “meadow”
Mary Mansfield on
The bees just love my hyssop and fennel, but my favorite garden moment is finding them asleep inside my scallop squash blossoms.
Cyndi H. on
My favorite is Bee Balm.
Sarah Wilkinson on
The bees in my area LOVE dark purple basil!
Karen Morris on
Milkweed plants are my favorite pollinator-friendly plants right now :-)
Melissa D White on
Red salvia, the bees and hummingbirds love it.
we have an old farm/homestead with lots of lilacs – the bees love them!!!
Bees love my ixora plants!
Rebecca in MD on
Thanks for offering another giveaway! It really brightens my day.
Carol Millington on
Favorite has got to be Blocking Comfrey.
Megan Range on
Zinnias are my favorite flower to grow. Bees & butterflies love them. It is beautiful to watch! <3
Greg V on
Jane H on
Favorite bee friendly plants are sunflowers and mint.
Bees love our tall phlox!
Julie Gerard on
Bee Balm is my honey bees go to plant….I think. I see them everywhere on every flower but I have a lot of that.
joyce kirk on
L LOVE ANY AND ALL ANNUAL AND PERRENIAL FLOWERS> WOULD APPRECIATE ANY
Scott Bartl on
i like comfrey for many reasons. among them is that it attracts honeybees.
My favorite bee friendly plants-basil (which hummingbirds love as well), lavender and all the coneflowers.
Cindi Lawson on
I love lavender, lantanas, my silk mimosa tree (bees love it) and bee balm for the bees. We haven’t seen as many around this year As in the past, but I try to have plants and water for them all the time.
Jeannette Olton on
My favorite bee friendly plant is Monarda/Bee Balm. It is beautiful, is always full of bees, and makes great tea!
It’s gotta be sunflowers for the bees but I’ve noticed that my lilac bushes and roses attract them as well.
Mullin was popular this year along with clarey sage in my garden. My favorite is artichoke the bumbles love it.
M Hall on
Lavender, marigolds, clover and sunflowers are my favorites for bees.
Borage attracts bees like crazy!
M.L. McKinney on
I’m new here. I’m returning to gardening at 40. Some of my fondest memories are in my grandmothers garden. I’ve planted sunflowers this year for the bees, but, as I learn more, I will do more to help them along.
first time florida gardener in Tampa Bay, anxious to follow you and see what you have to offer for my new garden to share with neighbors and our community.
Kelly Charron on
Just built our first family garden and planting our first seeds from you on Labor Day!
Della Burruss on
I love Salvia
Lavender is my favorite bee-friendly plant.
Tiffany Loon on
Love veggie plants like tomatoes and cukes, but marigolds and mums are nice!
I’ve planted a large assortment of flowers to attract bees, but I think they like basil the most.
Laurie Nykaza on
The Bee’s love the milkweed in my butterfly garden they love to be on it all day long.
Our bees love our clover, mint, and squash blossoms, and I’m hoping to give them some artichoke blooms next year!
I love anything with pretty colors, but my favorite to attract bees is purple coneflower.
It’s really hard to choose my favorite bee friendly plant since I love many plants. I guess I would have to go with lavender if I really have to choose only one.
My favorite bee “plant” is the Japanese plum tree. They have sooooo many sweet smelling flowers and the bees are always in there….it is sad that I don’t have one right now. As a kid we had two of them and I used to love to stand by the tree for a snack!
Sarah Shelton on
Our bees love marigolds!
Mellany E Davis on
My favorite bee friendly plant the Wisteria.
Richard Farawell on
i find that basil attracts more bees than anything else in my garden
i have a ton of marigold all around for pest control, along with a variety of herbs, but once the basil starts to flower and go to seed, which is often as many of you know, there are so many bees on some days I can hear them buzzing.
Megan Hernandez on
Mary you Rock….and favorite pollinator …BORAGE!!
Our favorite plants to grow for the bees are bee balm, zinnias, basil (letting it flower) and goldenrod for late summer
Amanda L Paige on
Lavender and lilacs!
LeAnn Harbert on
My bees love the daffodils and petunias in my yard.
Bees. How many times this question has been asked.
This may sound strange, buI love how I always find a bee nestling inside my pretty okra flowers!
Brenda B. on
My favorite bee friendly plants are now sunflowers!!
I love your seeds. My favorite flower for the bees is Borage. Your seeds always germinate…never have a problem with them!
I would say I see the bees on the mint flowers a lot!…. But of course they love the sunflowers and zinnias too!!!!
Shonda Stracener on
My favorite Bee Friendly plants are herbs!
The bees love my marigolds
We are starting to enlarge our garden space and are looking into more heirloom seeds instead of the big box seeds. Definitely going to shop your site!
wen budro on
Clover is my favorite bee friendly plant.
Emily D on
Can’t wait to look through all your seeds
Leslie b on
Bee balm is in our garden.
Marlena Quaintance on
I love zinnias. my neighbor plants beautiful zinnias every year. This year they are extra beautiful. The flower heads are huge and in amazing colors. Always so many bees and butterflies
Deborah McCullough on
I have found salvia is super bee friendly. I had it for decoration in my front yard, but have since planted some in the back yard where my veggie garden grows!!
I love catnip. It always has bumble bees and honey bees on it😊
Sunflowers! I love to plant and allow many volunteers to grow in my garden each year.
I love seeing the bees on my herb blossoms, like lavender and sage.
Love planting herbs, veggies, and flowers. Even better when a single plant falls into more than one category.