Have you seen that Triscuits now include plantable seed cards? I had no clue until I received a few packages to review.
You can read all about it at the Triscuit Home Farming website. I think it's awesome! For one, the seeds included are easy to grow herbs; basil or dill. Basil can be found in the Original Triscuits and Dill can be found in the Reduced Fat Triscuits. If you can only pick one - pick basil (in my opinion.)
If you haven't grown herbs, you are seriously missing out.
They are easy to grow, thrive on neglect, and make every dish so much tastier! To help get the word out, I was sent a $20 Visa gift card to help pay for supplies to plant the seed cards within the Triscuit boxes. I currently have basil growing in my garden and used the seed cards to plant containers on my deck. Even if you don't have a "garden" space, herbs flourish in containers.
Since I had all the gardening supplies on hand, I'm passing the$20 Visa Giftcard onto one lucky Suburban Jungle reader. If I can spread the love of gardening - then I will!
To Enter: Leave me a comment telling me what you'd like to plant in your garden (container or in-ground)
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*This contest will end on July 13, 2010 at 9:00 PM EST. The winner will be selected by random.org and notified by email. I received 2 boxes of Triscuits and the $20 Visa giftcard for this review. The gift card is being given away in this contest. Sorry but the Triscuits have been eaten. lol