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Enter To Win In Our Newest Photo Participation Contest!

photossmallIt's free and easy to do, you don't even have to be a great photographer! You just need to know the name of the plant and post it on the Mulch! Log in or join now to get started!

Every unique photo you upload enters you to win more than $31.00 worth of seeds from our friends at San Diego Seed Company! It even includes shipping within the continental U.S.!

The prize package includes the following heirloom, non-gmo seeds!: Royal Burgundy Bush Beans, Purple Plum Radish, Baby's Breath, Large Red Cherry, Waltham Butternut Squash, Beefsteak Tomato, Scarlet Nantes Carrots, Dark Green Zucchini, Grand Rapids Lettuce!!!!

Here's How to Enter:

Simply post a named plant photo to our website and you're entered to win! The more photos you post, the more chances to win!

Each named plant photo you upload from March 15 to April 15th, 2018 gets you one entry to win a prize package which includes more than $25.00 worth of seeds from our friends at San Diego Seed Company! So if you upload photos of 20 different plants you'll be entered 20 TIMES! One lucky winner will be randomly selected after April 15th, 2018. Feel free to tell a little about the photo too - we'd love to hear about them!

Tutorials for posting a photo (it's easy):

To Your Profile or Community (easy): Create Your Own Photo Gallery

To the Plant Encyclopedia: Add a Photo of a Specific Plant to the Plant Encyclopedia

About San Diego Seed Company

Nine years ago, when owner Brijette Peña came to the stark conclusion that few companies were producing regionally adapted seeds for Southern California climates, she took an oath. An oath to produce organic, regionally adapted seeds that gardeners, farmers and market growers could depend on. This lofty goal has led to the amazing development of San Diego Seed Company.  Through her seed company she not only produces heirloom varieties well adapted for the Southern California growers but she also facilities and promotes ethical seed production aimed at providing growers the best varieties for their success.

 

Show off your plants! Your photo doesn't need to be perfect, just be sure the name of the plant is correct, so we can tell what plant it is, and you will be ENTERED TO WIN! The more photos you upload, the more chances you have! Log in now to get started!

Here are the rules:

  1. You need to be a member of the Mulch - Join Now It's Free!
  2. The photo has to be of the correct plant.
  3. Only one photo per plant, per person.
  4. The person uploading the photo must be the person who took the photo, or own the copyright (no unauthorized use of someone else's photos).
  5. We reserve the right to remove photos for inaccuracy or if the subject is unidentifiable.
  6. Contact us if you have any questions.

Your participant will really help us here at the Mulch. The more photos you enter the better our website will be! We need your help, so we thought we'd do something fun and have a contest! Don't delay, enter today!

The basic steps for uploading a plant photo -

  1. Find the Plant Photo you want to use.
  2. Upload photo to Your Profile or Plant Encyclopedia
  3. That's it - you're entered to win!
  4. Add another photo and be entered to win again!

Please note: if you have a cool photo of a plant but you don't know the correct name just email me and I'll see if I can help (This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.)

Don't Delay - Enter Today!

Do you have a question about the contest - contact us and we'll help you out!


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