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A Victory Garden Seed Giveaway!

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As a contributor to Small Town Living, iphone 7 plus victoria secret phone case I received a wonderfully thoughtful present in the mail. iphone 6 phone case robust I thought it was such a terrific gift idea that I decided to give one lucky reader a gift certificate for a Victory Garden of your very own. Why not? It is almost Friday, musical phone case iphone 6 after all!

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All you have to do is check out Small Town Living‘s gorgeous website then trot back over here and tell me (in the comment section) which article caught your eye. iphone 6 glass case Your comment is your entry! See? Easy peasy lemon squeezy! The winner will be announced on Saturday March 27, top iphone 7 cases 2010 at 2:00 p.m. dyefor iphone 6 case EST.

  • CrossView - Awesome giveaway! Heirloom seeds? *drool*
    My favorite was on the spiders. Same as you, we have all those lovely creatures. =/ LOL!ReplyCancel

  • Laura - The article about knowing your garden soil really caught my attention. As you well know living in Georgia with our red clay, it can be a challenge to grow certain vegetables.ReplyCancel

  • Cass - Just one?? I come through and read all the time. Though I have to say the squirel adventures were so fun to read!ReplyCancel

  • Danielle - I really liked the article called “Talking Dirty”!! It was really informative about getting to know your soil, and what deficiencies cause what!ReplyCancel

  • YDavis - Giveaway, yay!
    The DIY cheesemaking caught my attention but of course I would still have to go back and check this site again to see whatelse. Looks like I have another blog to read. 🙂ReplyCancel

  • Rosa - Heirloom seeds, that’s great!

    Cheers,

    RosaReplyCancel

  • Michele - I love the fact that someone started a meditation session at the Botanical Gardens in Idaho. Though it doesn’t surprise me. Maybe Aston and Demi will be there.ReplyCancel

  • Leah Rodgers - Ha. So, totally not planned, but the story that caught my eye was Chicken Love: The Ameraucana…which I believe is by…you?

    The reason this caught my eye is because my husband and I just signed up for a class called Chicken in the City. We are a couple of dazzling urbanites who have just purchased our first home with it’s very own 0.15 acre back yard in a college town that actually permits city dwellers to keep chickens! I am so excited at the prospect of fresh eggs from my own back yard in a location where I can still bike to work. Ah-mazing.

    I am looking for easy going breeds and will definitely check into the availability of the Ameraucana in my area…and blue and green eggs? Awesome.

    Thanks!

    Leah
    LeahReplyCancel

  • kerry - i was drawn to the article about soil. we did not have a very successful garden last year and i think most of that was because we didn’t take the time to test our soil first.ReplyCancel

  • Christy - Great idea!ReplyCancel

  • warren - HA! That’s easy to find my favorite story…”Easy Homemade Donuts”ReplyCancel

  • Maureen - Getting your Goat…..perfect timing!ReplyCancel

  • Kristine - I have to say the donut making caught my eye…I’ve been craving something sweet and so I just had to see if I had the ingredients at hand. Alas…no luck…so I’m still craving sweets and have donuts on my mind.ReplyCancel

  • Thomas - The Dual Purpose Flower Gardening is the one that caught my eye. Flowers are very pretty, never thought about edible flowers, though. Very interesting!! Thank you:)
    ThomasReplyCancel

  • Tracie Fulford - Rosas Farms: Sharing Organic Goodness in Ocala, FL… this farm is about 3 hours from us, and it is always great to read a success story!ReplyCancel

  • Linda - Why, of course, my favorite is any of the articles by Lacy Razor herself. I especially liked the “chick” one because the little fluff balls are so CUTE.!!!!!!!ReplyCancel

  • Tommy - I like the Whit House Victory Garden. We could do that in our back yard!!ReplyCancel

  • Michelle - The white house garden article gives me some nice ideas on what to plant this year! I think I might need to try sweet potatoes this year, something I never thought about growing myself before.ReplyCancel

  • Renee G - The nostalgic coffee tins and coffees article caught my eye. I love vintage items.
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  • April - Talking Dirty: Know Your Garden Soil
    March 20, 2010
    By Tina Wilson

    We just moved to Puyallup WA and I’ve only ever gardened in the South so this article caught my attention (and not just for the double meaning).

    Wish me luck in my new gardening environ!ReplyCancel

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