National Seed Swap Day


National seed swap day is a week from today!  A reminder that I am planning a seed swap this year!  I think I have finally decided how I will host the swap.  I will use National Seed Swap Day as the deadline for signing up.  One the deadline has arrived, be sure to get your seeds in the mail to me within a week.  As you email me ( that you are interested in doing the swap, I will send you my address.  Send me 3-6 packets of seeds and after I have given sufficient time for all the seeds to arrive, I will shuffle up the seeds and redistribute them.  Write your address on a piece of paper, clearly so that I can use it as a mailing label and include it in with the seeds you mail me.  It would be helpful if you could throw a couple of loose stamps in with the seeds to pay for the shipping back to you.  Please do not send seeds that are many years old and will likely not grow.  Send good seeds that you would be happy to get yourself.  If there is a story or special instructions that go with your seeds, I’m sure people would love for you to share.  Any questions please leave comments.  Otherwise I look forward to hearing from you!

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