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Tuesday, November 19, 2013

The Belated Blogoversary Botanical Interests Giveaway

Botanical Interests in Colorado was one of the sponsors of our 6th Garden Bloggers Fling (San Francisco, July, 2013). A while ago (4 years of ago), I did a primer on growing vegetables for GalTime, using the info on the Botanical Interests seed packets, and got to do a give-away with their seeds.


Since my 5th blogging anniversary was in August, I asked them if they'd sponsor my give-away. They said "yes" and here is the 1st prize, The Botanical Interests Seed Sprouter Kit! Well ... it has been sitting in my dining room for a couple of months, now, so I guess Miss Sticky Fingers (who wants to keep all prizes for herself!), should put it up for grabs. There are packets of  assorted sprouting seeds that will be given away, too. So lots of prizes ... Mung Beans, Sandwich Mix, Radish China Rose, Fenugreek, Wheat Berries, Alfalfa, Broccoli.

How it will work ... post a comment on this post saying something about sprouts. (Also, make sure a return link to you shows up in the comment box so I can contact you.) Random drawing for winners will take place on Nov. 30th.

Thanks to Ryan Schmitt and Botanical Interests for helping out with this. (Ryan gave us each a t-shirt with a big radish on it! 'Nuf said ...) Here's the video of the seed sprouter in action:



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15 comments:

  1. I'd love to give seed sprouting a try. Please count me in.

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    1. This is the Cadillac method of seed sprouting. You can also use a jar with some cheesecloth or an old nylon (wash it first ! LOL).

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  2. My old spouter cracked when I moved. Course, it was not nearly as nice as this one is!

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    1. Hi Roo ... what are your favorite seeds to sprout? J

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  3. Botanical Interests sent me over to say hello and to let you know that I would love to win this sprouter. What a wonderful blog you have also. Thank you for sharing.

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    1. I'm so glad they did. And thanks!

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  4. I'd like to retire my old Ball canning jar with the screen on top. This system looks super. richardsons15@yahoo.com

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  5. I've been wanting to give this a try. What a wonderful give away! Thanks!

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  6. Mung Beans are my favorite to sprout.. my chickens love them too :)

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  7. Sprouts are good for people and animals.

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  8. Botanical interests sent me. I would that that sprouter instead of my jar with mesh lid! I grow wheat/barley sprouts/grass for my rabbits and chickens too! :)

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  9. Oh pick me pick me!! I would love to grow my own sprouts. :-)

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  10. I found you through Botanical Intrests, and I have to say I love your blog. Currently i grow sprouts out of a mason jar and bandanna, it works but I'd love to use this lol.

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  11. I've been looking for something to get my dad for his garden. He does some sprouting already but never with a fun machine like this. He'd love it!

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  12. I love to sprout seeds. This would be great for sprouting different kinds at the same time.
    sadiebeery at hotmail dot com

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