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April Giveaway of Garden Seeds, Hand-milled Soaps and Skincare!

Angela Weaver Gardening Giveaways Spring

April Giveaway of Garden Seeds, Hand-milled Soaps and Skin care!

It's no secret that we love to garden!  And for our April Giveaway we've put together a collection of Garden Seeds, Hand-milled Soaps and Skincare that we hope beginning and experienced gardener's will enjoy!  

After all, Spring is a lot of playing in the dirt, cleaning up, and playing in the dirt some more!  Sadly the older I get the more I need a bit of extra TLC when cleaning up! Anyone else know what I mean?!  So included in this giveaway are not only some great seeds from some of our favorite places but also some of our favorite Hand-milled Soaps, Mineral Bathing Salts, a Solid Lotion Bar and a Freshening Spray to help make recovering from the busy season a little easier!

Included in this month's giveaway:

  • One bar of Hand-milled Gardener's Soap

  • One bar of Hand-milled Joyful Soap

  • One large bottle of Rosemary Mint Mineral Bathing Salts

  • One Mint Solid Lotion Bar

  • One small Gardener's Freshening Spray

  • Two seed packets of Sweet Pea Seeds from Floret Flowers in Valerie Harrod and Noel Sutton varieties

  • Two seed packets from Baker Creek Heirloom Seeds: Brad's Atomic Grape Tomato from Wild Boar Farms and ruffled Dark Purple Opal Basil

  • plus Four packets of seeds from Annie's Heirloom Seeds: Cosmos Sensation, Zinnia Lilliput, Marigold African Crackerjack and Anise Basil

We purchased the seeds for this giveaway and this giveaway is not sponsored or endorsed by any of the seed companies... we just like them and think you will too!

 

April Giveaway of Garden Seeds, Soaps and Skin Care!

So far Spring has been long in arriving here in Northeast Ohio!  Even this morning with the sun finally shining there were snowflakes falling... and truthfully I'm a bit over it all and ready to play in the dirt! 

What are you looking forward to planting this year?  Any tips or tricks or recommendations?  

We love a good gardening conversation!  Sadly our blog doesn't allow us to respond to your comments, but please know that we read and enjoy them all!  If you would like an answer to your comment or questions, please contact us directly.  We hope they add a response feature soon!



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  • Mary Benack on

    Love my veggies they are much cheeper to grow

  • stephanie walls on

    Amazing!!

  • Mary Somerville on

    I do love to garden! I like to grow unusual varieties of tomatoes from seed. A couple favorites have been pineapple, and current tomatoes. When I transplant to the garden, I make a ring around the plant in the soil, and that directs the water to the roots where they need it.

  • Stephanie Sullivan on

    I love to grow tomatoes. There is nothing like a fresh grown personal garden tomato!

  • Denise Whisenhunt on

    I love my fresh veggies and herbs from my garden. I could not imagine not having one.



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