Monday, March 2, 2009

Free Seeds

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Send a self addressed, stamped envelope for Butterfly Seeds to:
Suggested Donation $2 or more.
Live Monarch Foundation - Seeds
3003-C8 Yamato Road #1015
Boca Raton, Florida 3343

Ed Hume Seeds & Plant a Row 
Ed Hume Seeds has been involved in the Plant A Row for the Hungry program since 2002. Since we started participating, we've donated at least 10,000 packets of seed (mostly carrots) in support of the program every year.
Annually, we distribute:

  * 2,000 to 3,000 packets directly through our website.
  * 2,000 to 3,000 packets with our online and catalog orders.
  * 4,000 to 6,000 packets to Garden Writers to handout at lectures and appearances.

Additionally, we distribute approximately 1,000,000 packets of year-old seed to international charities to help end world hunger and varying amounts to US projects. Last year, we donated almost a ton of seed to charities in New Orleans to help with rebuilding. Several years ago, we partnered with a local grocery chain to give away PAR packets in our seed racks.

If you have participated in the program in the past, "Thank You!". We'd love to hear any stories about PAR that you'd like to share. Send them to: and we'll share some of the best ones on this page in the future.

Thank you for helping the GWAA and Ed Hume Seeds in this worthwhile project.

Free Seeds Offer Disclaimer: Only 1 free packet per address and email per calendar year (please do not send multiple requests, they will not be honored). Your address will not be sold or used for any other purposes. You will not receive our catalog by responding to this offer (please browse it online). Ed Hume Seeds reserves the right to discontinue or extend this offer at its sole discretion. Due to import/export regulations and the cost of shipping, we cannot ship free seeds to most international addresses.

Free Seeds for your School or Community Garden Project.

Tomato Bob here,

We are very thankful to the many thousands of gardeners who have helped us grow our business and have helped to preserve the heirloom varieties that remain today. It is very saddening to look through seed catalogs from the late 1800's and find that only a small percentage of the vegetable seeds are still available today, many of which are flirting with extinction. We all need do our share at helping to preserve the remaining ties to our past. We would like to help contribute to increasing awareness about the plight of losing many of these great old varieties to the newer hybrid seeds offered by "big business giants", by offering to help supply School Garden projects and Community Gardens with a selection of heirloom vegetable seeds.

If your School or Community Garden is interested in participating, please submit the information below. Thanks and we hope with a collaborative effort that many of the heirloom seeds that are still available today, will be around for many future generations.

There are FREE things every once in a while in this world! and its grand Network of sites has brought you this FREE website with FREE SEEDS!

All it takes is a self addressed stamped envelope mailed to the address above and please include your email address. And that's it! We'll take care of the rest and send you 10 FREE FLOWER SEEDS!

You will be sent 10 seeds of our choice to the address marked on the self addressed stamped envelope that you send to us.

There is a limit of one FREE 10 Seeds package per mailing address per year.

Supplies are limited and all seeds were harvested from the 2007 growing season for 2008 planting season. Seeds will be shipped with simple instructions. Please allow up to 6 weeks to receive your free seeds. This is due to overwhelming positive response to this FREE offer! 

Free Flower Seed


PO Box 394

Robbinsonville, NC 28771

We give away free conifer seeds!

Here's how it works: 1) Make a comment anywhere within TreeDazzled (opportunities to comment are listed at left). Your comment may be short--even one word--but must not be non-sensical. 2) E-mail Shoot requesting your seeds and giving your shipping address. 3) You'll receive at least 10 free seeds in the mail!

You can request free seeds every two weeks.

Currently we are shipping giant sequoia (sequoiadendron giganteum) and sugar pine (pinus lambertiana) seeds. However, the seeds on offer may change without warning.

Have fun!

FREE FOUR-O'CLOCK SEEDSPicture of yellow four-o'clock plants. Mirabilis jalapa 3. Four-o'clocks Around the World cancer project. Http:// jpg.

Free four-o'clock seeds can be obtained by sending a self-addressed stamped envelope with two First-class stamps or two international first-class stamps on the return envelope to:

Four-o'clocks Around the World
P.O. Box 8931
Metairie, Louisiana 70011-8931

Note: Due to Hurricane Katrina please allow 4 to 6 weeks for delivery of the FREE seeds. This project is being conducted 8 blocks from the breech in the 17th Street Canal Levee on the "dry side" which means we only had 2 feet of water in the house.

Please plant four-o'clock seeds in the memory of our loved ones who are cancer survivors and in the memory of our loved ones who have lost their battle to cancer. Share the seeds with your family and friends to perpetuate this loving tribute to our loved ones. There is a limit of ONE packet of seeds per request

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