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Greet The Spring Hop-March 18-29 #greetthespring

Sunday, March 17, 2013
Greet The Spring Giveaway Hop

Come join This Flourishing Life and Generations Of Saving's Greet The Spring Giveaway Hop along with other great bloggers as they Greet The Spring. We'll be giving away great prizes worth at least $25 to get you ready for Spring.

High Heels and Hot Flashes is giving one lucky reader a Family Garden Pack worth $32 courtesy of Mary's Heirloom Seeds . I first met Mary when I entered a contest on her blog Back to the BasicsAll of the seeds listed are untreated, heirloom seeds. Mary has signed the Safe Seed pledge.  All seeds are organic, open-pollinated, non-gmo and non-hybrid. Be sure to stop by and show Mary some gardening love!

The Family Garden Pack includes one packet of each:

   -Beefsteak Tomato
   -Cal Wonder Bell Pepper
   -Golden Crookneck Squash
   -Crenshaw Melon
   -Calabrese Broccoli
   -German Giant Radish
   -Anaheim Pepper
   -Detroit Dark Red Beet
   -National Pickling Cucumber
   -New Jersey Wakefield Cabbage
   -Little Gem Lettuce

All you have to do is enter on the Rafflecopter below and Greet the Spring with fresh veggies from the garden!
US only. High Heels and Hot Flashes is not responsible for prize delivery, Winner has 48 hours to respond to winning email announcement.


  1. Hannah Chase said...:

    Cal Wonder Bell Pepper.

  1. Chelsea said...:

    Id love Basil in my garden

  1. Anonymous said...:

    Arugula and all that you have listed.

  1. Becca said...:

    I'd love to grow the Cherokee Purple heirloom tomatoes!

  1. Jennifer said...:

    Very hard to pick just one, since I would want them all.

  1. I'd love to try the Golden Marconi Pepper!

  1. Leettle Baby said...:

    Garden Huckleberries :-)

  1. Lauren Stevens said...:

    I'd love to try the Emerald Green tomatoes!

  1. IMFERFER said...:

    Waltham Butternut (winter squash)
    Thanks for a chance to win!

  1. Tabitha said...:

    The rosemary

  1. Mayla Moore said...:

    I like to make zucchini bread so I like the Black Beauty Zucchini seeds.

  1. Catie said...:

    I would love to grow the Black Beauty Zucchini!

  1. I like the herbal medicine kit.

  1. Dorothy Teel said...:

    Wow, ready to start planing, like the Tomato Lovers Variety pack with beefsteak tomatoes in it and Like the Education pack to share with my granddaughters...

  1. Michele P. said...:

    2 I can think of-Roma Tomato and Tam Jalapeno

  1. Mikki said...:

    I'd love to grow anything in that Herbal Medicine Kit

  1. Dede said...:

    I REALLY want the sprouts pack!! Like, now!!

  1. jbmthill said...:

    would love to grow the German Chamomile
    Beth H

  1. terri said...:

    i like to grow tomatoes, brussels sprouts, cabbage, carrots, cauliflower, golden squash and zucchini.

  1. I would love to grow some herbs so I think I would like some Sage - Broad Leaf

  1. I would love to grow some Sprouts! The Brussels Sprouts would be great too!

  1. Brooke Adametz said...:

    Tam Jalapeno Peppers!

  1. I would grow the herbal medicine garden and I would love the sprout kit!

    Cynthia at

  1. Jessica said...:

    The atomic red carrots look gorgeous.

  1. April M said...:

    I'd try out the purple peppers or brussels sprouts!

  1. Denise Z said...:

    I would really like to try the Royalty Purple Podded Beans, they are unique, beautiful, and eatable what more could one ask :)

  1. Terra H. said...:

    Calabrese Broccoli

  1. Stacey C said...:

    Eggplant - Black Beauty

  1. polly said...:

    I would like the bell pepper

  1. Jammie Morey said...:

    I would love to grow the Purple Beauty Bell Pepper sweepmorey at gmail dot com

  1. Basil genovese

  1. Tes283 said...:

    Tomato Lover's Variety Pack
    I do so enjoy tomatoes.

  1. Beef McBig said...:

    Those emerald green tomatoes...really any of the tomatoes we are obsessed with them around here (Joanna F)

  1. Traci Lynn Butler said...:

    The Crenshaw Melons

  1. AllysMommy said...:

    I would love to try the Family Garden Pack, It has some types I know & some types I do not. It would be nice to grow my own veggies.

  1. Madonna said...:

    Calendula: Pacific Beauty Mix

  1. Tamra said...:

    Would love to grow the Purple Beauty Bell Pepper. My husband and I are big gardeners, this is a great giveaway, thanks!

  1. price21100 said...:

    The tomato lovers variety pack looks wonderful!

  1. Anonymous said...:

    Beefsteak tomatoes
    rierie11booger (@)

  1. Wendi said...:

    I would love to try the Cherokee Purple tomato's because i have never tried them before

  1. throuthehaze said...:

    New Jersey Wakefield Cabbage

  1. helen may said...:

    Nardello pepper, we grew them a few years ago and they were so yummy

  1. jen said...:

    I love gardening!! I love this giveaway! I really like the Mary's seed website. I would grow brussel sprouts and the Connecticut field pumpkins :)

  1. Laura P said...:

    I've been wanting to grow brussel sprouts in our garden, but haven't done it yet! Mary's Long Island improved Brussels Sprouts would be awesome!

  1. Samantha D. said...:

    Can't grow enough lavender, and I always enjoy growing pumpkins and heirloom tomatoes especially the big variety like the beefsteak or oxheart. I miss working in the garden and can't wait till the warmer weather gets here!

  1. Melissa Storms said...:

    I'd like to try the extra dwarf pak choy.

  1. Kele Wassum said...:

    I would grow the Rosemary Tincture Kit. I love the smell of Rosemary.

  1. Rosemary Tincture Kit


  1. Mendy Boyd said...:

    I'd like to try the Atomic Red Carrot

  1. i like these

  1. Anonymous said...:

    All I plant in my garden is heirloom seeds. Love them. I would like Pak Choy Cabbage seeds or the the Mary's Heirloom Seed or the Long Island improved Brussels Sprouts seeds. And if I win this wonderful contest I will have my wish list dream come true. Thank You for this contest....!!!

  1. scottsgal said...:

    we like the beefsteak tomatoes

  1. Morgan F. said...:

    Creanshaw Melons.

  1. Holly Lynn said...:

    Brussels sprouts yummmm

  1. Dana West said...:

    Purple Beauty Bell Pepper looks wonderful.

  1. Amanda Rauch said...:

    I would love to grow the Long Island improved Brussels Sprouts. I wanted to plant brussels sprouts last year, but didnt get around to it. I will not let that happen again this year!!

  1. Chasity said...:

    Pak Choy Cabbage

  1. meredith m said...:

    the herbal medicine kit looks awesome

  1. I'd like the Greens Pack.

  1. mandala said...:

    Black Beauty Zucchini

  1. Gail Williams said...:

    I'd like the Bulgarian Giant Leek heirloom seeds!

  1. Kristen said...:

    Atomic Red Carrots!

  1. Sherry Compton said...:

    Tomatoes...yum...Ace 55 Tomato

  1. latanya t said...:

    Cilantro - Slo bolt

  1. Francine said...:

    Cal Wonder Bell Pepper

  1. Anonymous said...:

    Extra Dwarf Pak Choy

    sonflower277 at gmail dot com

  1. shirley said...:

    The Cucumber - National Pickling.

  1. carol roberts said...:

    Emerald Green tomatoes!

  1. I would love cilantro!

  1. Jessica Rose said...:

    The Beefsteak Tomatoes!

    ijessica_r at yahoo dot com

  1. I would love to grow the Golden Crookneck Squash seeds in my garden. <3

  1. slehan said...:

    Basil - Dark Purple Opal
    Thanks for the contest.

    slehan at juno dot com

  1. Kasee said...:

    I would love to use the Mini Educational Pack in my homeschooling.

  1. RILEKAT said...:

    I would love to try the Jimmy Nardello Peppers

  1. Katie Amanda said...:

    I like the Danvers Half-Long Carrots. Too cute!

  1. golden storm said...:

    Long Island improved Brussels Sprouts

  1. Sherry said...:

    Golden Marconi Pepper

  1. Lisa M said...:

    Connecticut Field Pumpkin

  1. Jenny Stanek said...:

    I'd love the "Allergy" Kit


  1. Andrea Howard said...:

    I love home grown cucumbers and peppers, yum~

  1. Ruth Reynolds said...:

    Extra Dwarf Pak Choy and Pak Choy Cabbage

  1. Stacy said...:

    So many options, but the first one that caught my eye was the Arugula!

  1. kmcgrew213 said...:

    roma tomatoes becuase they are relatviely easy

  1. john hutchens said...:

    Amana's Orange Tomato

  1. Hotsnotty2 said...:

    I'd love to grow the Cherokee Purple heirloom tomatoes!

  1. Andrew L. said...:

    I'd really like the Basil - Genovese

  1. pauline15 said...:

    I would love the Grow Your Own Herbal "Medicine" Kit for my condo!

  1. Jill D said...:

    So many great seeds; it's hard to choose just one that I'd like to grow. I think I'd most like the Pink Oxheart Tomato. I love the shape and the color of that one! mary987 (at) hotmail (dot) com

  1. daveshir2005 said...:

    I would like the emerald green tomatos
    fb/ shirley greenawalt zolenski

  1. Breanne said...:

    Cauliflower - Self-Blanching Snowball

  1. Anonymous said...:

    the little gem lettuce wilcarvic

  1. Sam Stamp said...:

    Cal Wonder Bell Pepper

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