Just a few mere days ago, Seeds of Change launched their Sowing Millions Project with the intent to outfit home and community gardeners with enough free organic seeds to encourage organic gardening and eating. Luckily I heard about this in time to fill out the form for my own set of 25 seed packs before they ran out.

Also, for those of you who have never ordered from Seeds of Change, their seed packs are resealable zipper bags! AND they’re recyclable!

Here’s what they sent me:

  • Tomato, Thessaloniki
  • Tomato, Oregon Spring Bush
  • Tomato, Gold Currant Cherry
  • Tomato, Red Currant
  • Tomato, Porter Improved
  • Cucumber, Northern Pickling
  • Watermelon, Early Moonbeam
  • Chili, Peruvian Purple
  • Chili, Rio Grande Hot
  • Celery, Red Stalk
  • Amaranth, Greek
  • Lettuce, Formidana
  • Lettuce, Four Seasons
  • Lettuce, Rouge de Grenoblouse
  • Lettuce, Thai Green
  • Radicchio, Early Palla Rossa
  • Radish, Round Black Spanish
  • Catnip, Lemon
  • Balsam
  • Dill, Mammoth
  • Chives, Garlic
  • Calendula, Red Splash
  • Snapdragon, Rocket Mix
  • Balloon Flower
  • Tobacco, Scherazi

After talking with another gardener who also received her order this week, it appears that we got different things. So time to think about swapping a few seeds here and there to expand our selections.

I’m VERY excited about all of these!