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March 16, 2016


This is something we've never done before but we're super excited to offer to YOU!

At Mary's Heirloom Seeds, we like to include a free "extra" pack with your purchase.  Usually it's a bee-friendly flower or herb seeds.  The bees can always use the extra flowers.

This time, we are giving YOU the chance to choose your free seeds!!!!

Please read carefully.  Here's how it works,
Place your order of $10 or more at Mary's Heirloom Seeds between NOW and
Thursday, March 31st

In the box marked
"Add special instructions for your order..."
Type in one of the FREE seed varieties listed below

FREE SEEDS OPTIONS:
Black Beauty Zucchini
Detroit Dark Red Beet
Arugula Roquette
Lemon Bee Balm
Lemon Queen Sunflower
Sage
Yarrow
California Poppy
Southern Giant Mustard


When we process your order, we'll include the extra pack you have chosen!!!

If you have already placed an order this month, not to worry.  We have also included a free pack of seeds for you.

Here's where it get's REALLY exciting.  Every single purchase of $10 or more placed during the entire month of March will be entered to WIN a $15 gift certificate to Mary's Heirloom Seeds!!!!!
*Gift certificate valid only at Mary's Heirloom Seeds and cannot be redeemed for cash or credit on previous purchase*


Not sure what to Plant?  We can Help! 
Check out Mary's 2016 Planting Guide for the US
This is a month-to-month, region specific planting guide for the US. 
 
Mary's Heirloom Seeds is constantly adding to our Planting Tips page!

BONUS:  We are offering a special discount on Micronized Azomite as well as Greensand **Extended thru March 22nd** 
 
NEW SEEDS added recently   


HELPFUL LINKS  


 
What is Mycorrhizae?
 Mycorrhizal fungi include many species of fungi, like mushrooms. They all have long filaments that resemble roots, and they grow near plants with which they can share a beneficial relationship. They seek out plants that have tiny bits of food dripping from their roots. They then attach themselves to the plant and extend their filaments into parts of the surrounding soil that the plant can't reach. 

The difference in roots is amazing!
   
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At the end of each mailing we usually include our HELPFUL LINKS just in case you missed it!

If you have additional questions please feel free to ask. 

 

Happy Planting,