FREE Community Seed Packs for Growing Food from the Free Seed Project (Eligible Requests Only) 

The Free Seed Project has put together a wonderful Community Seed Pack that they are giving away for free – which will enable community gardens, non-profit farms, school gardens, and other educational organizations to grow food for their communities! 

The Seed Pack contains some of the easiest to grow veggies, greens, herbs and flowers including: basil, beans (bush and shell), bee feed mix, beets, borage, carrots, cilantro, cucumber, dandelion, kale, mustard greens, onions (pompeii and purpette), peas, radish, squash (acorn, butternut, spaghetti), Swiss chard, hot peppers, tomato, turnip, and zucchini.

How to get your free seed packs:

  1. Visit the company’s website by clicking “Get This Offer (External Website)”.
  2. Complete the form with your name, organization name if applicable, contact information and address. 
  3. Answer a few simple questions including how you qualify for this free pack (eg: for people who couldn’t afford seed packs, for educational reasons, to help those with low access to nutritious foods, etc.), how you plan to use the pack and more.
  4. Also note if you are part of a Black, Indigenous or community-of-color led initiative, and/ or if obtaining the seeds would benefit Black, Indigenous or other communities of color.
  5. Hit “Submit” to request your free seed packs, while supplies last!

 * US only. Limit 1 request per eligible person/ organization, while supplies last. Image for representative purposes only. Yo! Free Samples is not offering any product or freebie, this is information about an offer from an external website.

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