Monday, March 28, 2011

A Tasty Giveaway From The Bear Foot Shaman

For all you gardeners out there, you're going to love this next giveaway. Spring is just around the corner in this part of the world and if you're like me, you're starting to poke around the garden looking for signs of the warmer weather. Of course, with Spring comes the opportunity to start a vegetable garden and reap the delicious rewards of your hard work during the summer.

We've had a vegetable garden each year for about the past 16 years and each year I try a different type of tomato in addition to my favorites. If you don't have a large area of a garden to cultivate your vegetables, you can also grow tomato plants in pots. This year I think I shall purchase some heirloom seeds from The Bear Foot Shaman and give those a try - they look too good to pass up.

YOU have the wonderful opportunity to win some heirloom tomato seeds courtesy of The Bear Foot Shaman. The Bear Foot Shaman specializes in Aromatherapy, Herbal Medicine, and sells Heirloom Seeds.  They hope that everyone can enjoy the wonders and health a garden has to offer. They are kindly putting together a package of the following seeds:


Heirloom Organic Black Krim Tomato Seed Vegetable Garden Seeds

 Heirloom Organic Yellow Pear Tomato Garden Seeds Vegetable Seed

Heirloom Organic Yellow Pear Tomato Garden Seeds Vegetable Seed

 

PIF Super Sioux Tomato - Wonderful Organic Heirloom Seeds - Perfect Garden Tomato Seed

PIF Super Sioux Tomato - Wonderful Organic Heirloom Seeds - Perfect Garden Tomato Seed

 

Organic Heirloom Gypsy Black Tomato Non-GMO Garden Vegetable Seed

Organic Heirloom Gypsy Black Tomato Non-GMO Garden Vegetable Seed


The giveaway is easy to enter...

Please leave a comment describing which seeds from The Bear Foot Shaman you would include in your ideal vegetable garden.

You can enter once per day and you must include your first name and etsy username or email address with every entry. If you're worried about spam email, you can spell out the 'at' and 'dot' rather than using the standard email format.


Receive additional entries:
- if you follow or subscribe to my blog
- twitter about the giveaway and/or blog about the giveaway
- become a fan of Jacaranda Designs Facebook Page
- feature any of my items on your blog
- follow me on twitter

Just comment/leave a link letting me know!
Go ahead, have fun and spread the word please!
This giveaway is open to everyone, worldwide. Giveaway ends Wednesday April 6th at 5pm.

 

 

 


109 comments:

  1. http://www.etsy.com/listing/59199412/250-soothing-organic-german-chamomile
    this sounds good for tea
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  4. I LOVE heirloom tomatoes!!! Those Cherokee purple heirlooms look divine ~
    You know I am a fan of yours all over, and I'll tweet you too on this :) :)
    Thanks for hosting such a fabulous giveaway, and I'm running back to their awesome Etsy shop to look around some more.
    Nathalie
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  5. I love tomatoes!!! We grow them every year with quite good success. THe heirloom ones are always the best.

    I took a look through their shop...those white tomatoes look so interesting...I've never seen those before.

    p.s. I already follow your blog. :-)

    What a lovely giveaway!

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  6. Those look so good!!
    irishdancer2459 (@) yahoo (.) com
    Cathey

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  7. I'm following your blog via GFC!
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    Cathey

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  8. The chamomile sounds lovely!

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  9. i love the Organic Aspargus Seed! :) jmmccarr@gmail.com

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  10. i follow via gfc jmmccarr@gmail.com

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  11. I would love to win - these would be great for a summer garden!
    Thank you for the giveaway :)
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  12. I follow your blog publicly with google friend connect
    Thank you for the giveaway :)
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  13. I like Jacaranda Designs Jewelry on Facebook - my FB name is Amanda Moore
    Thank you for the giveaway :)
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  14. I follow you @jacarandagal on Twitter - I'm @AmberGoo
    Thank you for the giveaway :)
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  15. Well this one is easy for me - I've already placed an order with thebearfootshaman! I bought Swiss Chard, Cherokee Purple Tomato Seed, Purple of Sicily Cauliflower Seed, Dark Chocolate Bell Pepper Seed, and Gypsy Black Tomato Seed

    C'mon spring!

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  16. I'm following your blog

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  17. I tweeted the giveaway: https://twitter.com/#!/vintagequeengf/status/53233127157547008

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  18. I'm following you on twitter @vintagequeengf

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  19. What a great Etsy shop. I'd like to plant Organic CA Sweet Red Peppers, Little Finger carrots, Yellow Pear Tomatoes, Deep dark Cherokee Purple Tomatoes, Glory of Enkhaizen Cabbage, Black Beauty Zucchini, Purple Beauty Bell Pepper and Principe Borghese Italian tomatoes!
    Jan On Etsy: Jewelry4Change
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  20. I would love to include the heirloom purple of sicily cauliflower in my garden, i love that color
    Gchord88 at aol dot com

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  21. I like you on facebook (Gina R)
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  22. I follow you on twitter (@Gchord88)
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  24. What a great giveaway! I would love to include the little finger carrot seeds in a garden!

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  25. i'd like to try Deep Dark Cherokee Purple Tomato Seeds
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  26. a fan of Jacaranda Designs Facebook Page (gala ya)
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  27. I would love the finger carrotts and the basil and the yellow pears - lovely! thanks!
    butler83ataoldotcom

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  28. I am a new follower of your blog!
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  29. What a wonderful gift! I'd love the Heirloom Organic Yellow Pear Tomato Garden Vegetable Seed Seeds. In Santa Barbara the littler tomatoes seem to grow better because we are a bit too close to the ocean for the big 'uns.

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  30. Am a new twitter follower!

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  31. just tweeted the giveaway!

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  32. So many to choose from! I love zucchinis so I'll have to say the black beauty zucchini

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  33. I've been craving some eggplant, and the Organic Heirloom Black Beauty Eggplant Seed Seeds Non-GMO Green looks sinful.
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  34. I'd include the Heirloom Organic Jack Frost Cucumber in my garden.

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  35. The Organic Heirloom Black Beauty Eggplant Seed Seeds look fantastic- I love eggplant!

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  36. I would like the organic sunny yellow brandywine tomatoe seeds.
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  37. I would also like to try Yellow Pear Tomatoes
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  38. I would love to try the Black Krim's
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  39. Oh I would love these in my garden:Heirloom Organic and Amazing Atomic Red Carrot Seed A Beautiful Addition to the Table Seeds. NON-GMO my whole garden is heirloom seeds and I have never seen anything like those - they are beautiful!
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  41. I follow you on twitter as mom2girls1974
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  42. I would LOVE to try the Gypsy Black Non-GMO tomato seeds!!! I have been growing Heirloom varieties for 2 years now and have absolutely fallen in love. To date my favorite is Brandywine.

    I follow your blog!
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  43. I am looking at the medicinal seeds - the thai basil, purple cone flower and organic lemon balm would be great!
    butler83ataoldotcom

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  44. Black Beauty Zucchini Seeds.
    100 Little Finger Carrot Seeds.
    Heirloom Organic Black Krim Tomato Seed
    This would be some of my pic.
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  45. I am a follower via GFC!
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  46. I "liked" you on FB a while back, under Robyn M
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  47. Ever since I saw my friend "accidentally" grow a crop of tomatoes from one that was rotting, I've been meaning to try. I've never had any of the black tomatoes, but they look fascinating!
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  48. Hi! I'm Cyndi! I'd love to try the Sweet Bell Pepper Seed. Mmm! Thanks for this opportunity!
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  49. I'm a google friend connect follower and an email subscriber (reducefootprints at gmail dot com)

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  50. I "like" you on facebook (I'm Sml Footprints)
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  51. I follow you on twitter (I'm @smallftprints)
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  52. I love growing tomatoes and basil. The Heirloom Organic Heavily Scented Thai Basil Seed looks great!

    darcylee99 at yahoo dot com

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  53. I follow your blog!

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  54. I follow on twitter - smartbottomkids

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  55. My family can never get enough squash! http://www.etsy.com/listing/57269033/black-beauty-zucchini-seeds-organic :) brynnelizabethpaige@gmail.com

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  56. I'm so excited about this giveaway--I love heirloom seeds! I would definitely like to try the Flamingo Pink Swiss Chard in my garden. I'm a huge chard fan!

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  57. I subscribe to your blog via email

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  58. I follow you on Twitter (@ohkeeka)

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  59. I would like to try the deep dark chocolate peppers!

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  60. i would love any of the herbs, the mints, the lemon balm, etc. i have a good veggie garden going but little to no herbs.
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  61. i like jarcaranda on fb stacy lynn b h
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  62. i follow jacaranda on twitter @organicmommyluv
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  63. I really love the golden yellow and dark red brandywine tomatos. The brandywine are so good!
    thanks!
    butler83ataoldotcom

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  64. My garden would include; Black Spanish Radish,Pear tomatoes,Purple carrots & White cucumbers
    nineteen19 at blackfoot dot net

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  65. I love the "Lovely Heirloom Organic Purple Beauty Bell Pepper Seeds" they are gorgeous.

    Dina
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  66. Following your blog on GFC as Angel.Hazard

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  70. The Organic Heirloom Purple of Sicily Cauliflower Garden Vegetable Seed look so fantastic! It would bring a lot of color to the rest of our plants.
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  71. I love tomatos. I would get some of the organic yellow pear tomatos for sure!

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  72. I'd love to have Wildflower Garden Seed Mix to Attract Birds and Butterflies! :)

    alessia
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  73. The Red Atomic Carrots would be a wonderful addition: great for summer salads and snacks!
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  74. I would love the Rocky Mountain Bee Plant,Canterbury Bells and the Sweet Bell Pepper Seed

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  75. Tweeted: http://twitter.com/#!/dwalline/status/55023073203716096

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  76. I would love to include the black tomatoes, melons, beets and so much more! sarahespn at gmail dot com

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  80. I am still loving this organic yellow pear tomatoe! Thanks!

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  81. My ideal garden would include: 100 Little Finger carrots, California Wonderful Sweet Bell peppers, Jack Frost cucumbers, and the Black Beauty zucchini. Yum.

    mrs dot marcus2 at yahoo dot com

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  82. Tomatos are sooo good! Some of the Cherokee tomatos would be great in my garden! thanks.
    butler83ataoldotcom

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  83. I would love the finger carrotts
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  84. I would love to include Organic Heirloom Gypsy Black Tomato Non-GMO Garden Vegetable Seed and Organic Heirloom Principe Borghese Italian Tomato Seeds Grape Size Non-GMO Seed. Mmmm.
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    Stephanie

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  85. Follow you on twitter. @momtoemmett
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  86. Although it would take a while, my coworker just got a new squash soup recipe; and I've never tried Red Kuri Squash.
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  87. oooo I would love to try the Heirloom Organic and Amazing Atomic Red Carrot Seed A Beautiful Addition to the Table Seeds. NON-GMO!!!! So neat!!!
    Angie
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  88. I follow you via GFC.
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  89. I follow you via blogger.
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  90. I subscribe via email.
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  91. I subscribe via google reader.
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  92. I like you via FB as Tofu Fairy.
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  94. I would love to have in my garden PIF Super Sioux Tomatoes

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  95. I have always wanted to try the Swiss Chard Five Colors Seed Related to Beets Organic Heirloom Seed!
    Scott
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  96. follow w/google friend
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  102. I want to try some English Lavender this year!
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  103. I for sure am doing the Lavender, Yellow pear, and Brandywine.

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  104. Would you happen to have an email for the owner of The Bear Foot Shaman? RaDonna, I bought some seeds from her last year and am trying to find some planting instructions and can not find her business online anymore. Thanks!

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  105. Hi Liz, sorry, I had a look but it appears that I corresponded with RaDonna through Etsy convo. Wish I could have helped.

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  106. oh! that's ok, thank you for looking back for me, I appreciate that.

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