Seed Giveaway!



Back in the day, oh 5 or 6 years ago, I tried selling some of my tomato seeds on Etsy. I sold some here and there, mostly enough for me to buy something I wanted on Etsy or another plant. It was nothing of note and never went anywhere. Of course I stopped selling seeds when we left Florida and went hiking, but I’ve carried some of these pre-made seed packets around for the last 4 or 5 years. I’ve been meaning to go through them for awhile and do a seed giveaway and have finally gotten around to it. Since tomato seeds are one of the types of seeds that generally have a longer viability I don’t feel bad giving some of these away. Does that mean all of them will germinate? Probably not, so I’m not guaranteeing anything. These are *free*, y’all! I just don’t need 8 packets each of various tomato seeds lying around. I kept enough for myself to try in future years and sorted what I had into five piles. The piles aren’t all the same since I didn’t have an equal number of seed packets for each variety I had. I also had a few other types of seeds that I’m tossing in that will hopefully germinate too.

What do you need to do to get free seeds? Well, be one of the first five commenters who says that they’ve love to try the seeds out! That’s it! Oh, and leave your email address so I can get in contact with you to get your mailing addresss. I’ll be sending them out in a small bubble envelope so that they’ll survive the post office processing…*and* unfortunately this is only open to continential United States residents. If you qualify for wanting to try some old-ish free seeds and live in the lower 48, well then you can participate!

Some of the seed varieties include: Amazon chocolate tomato, pineapple bicolor tomato, stump of the world tomato, Fantome du Laos tomato, Granny Smith hybrid tomato (yeah, I sometimes save hybrid seeds just to see how they come out later), stick tomato, schmmeig striped hollow tomato, reisentomate tomato…to name a few.


Comments 3

  1. Eliana Ardila Ardila wrote:


    I want some…something that will grow in Miami during the winter. I need to make some tomato sauce like you do! ;o) HUG

    Posted 30 Jun 2014 at 2:14 pm
  2. Keely wrote:

    I will take some. I want to send them to my mother in law in Oklahoma.

    Posted 02 Jul 2014 at 6:44 am
  3. Robert wrote:

    I would LOVE these! I’m obsessed with planting stuff haha! – From California

    Posted 15 Jul 2014 at 6:54 pm

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