Making My Garden Grow | TomatoFest Heirloom Seeds Giveaway (Closed)

A big thanks to TomatoFest 
for sponsoring this fantastic Giveaway!

And congratulations to :
NeKisha our awesome winner!

Thanks to all who entered!

TomatoFest offers more than 600 varieties of organic heirloom tomatoes.  They only sell pure, non-GMO, open-pollinated seeds sourced from family farms around the world.
How great is that!?

I was sent their Short Season Heirloom Collection along with a few other shorter season varieties.
If you love gardening, be sure to subscribe to my blog (top right) to keep up to date on my seed starting and gardening progress throughout the season.

I will show you how these fabulous seeds progress into beautiful tomato plants in our short season cool climate and hopefully a bountiful harvest in the fall.

For a fantastic variety organic heirloom tomato seeds be sure to check out TomatoFest!

Enter to win one of these wonderful seed collections!

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Good Luck!


  1. Any honestly would be wonderful! Heirloom seeds are the best!

  2. The Brandywine, Sudduth's Strain look delicious. BTW any good ideas for organic potting soil? I'm on the hunt. My yard is filled with rocks and probably radon (we have an extractor for the home) so I'd like to garden in pot. Thanks xxx

  3. Definitely the Neves Azorean Red since the site said it is good for tomato sandwiches!

  4. love fresh tomatoes and would like to try the yellow brandywine

  5. I like the Sunset's Red Horizon Tomato

  6. I'd love to try the Amber Colored

  7. I would love to try growing my own tomatoes, any from the patio collection would be fantastic given that I am limited in space. Dona heirloom tomato looks sounds delish!

  8. I would like to try the Paul Robeson tomato.

  9. We actually love all types of tomatoes but my choice for now is the
    Aker's Plum - Heirloom Tomato Seeds because they are great for canning to make tomato sauce.
    jglaframboise at eastlink dot ca

  10. I like all their cooler climate varieties. I live in Maine, so these are just what I need.

  11. I'd like the beginner seed starter kit. I need all the help I can get!,

  12. Alicante - Heirloom Tomato Seeds

  13. My favorite are the Amish Red.

    davandihamilton (at) gmail (dot) com

  14. I didn't realize there were so many types of tomatoes! I'd like to try a green tomato!
    becca9916 at gmail dot com

  15. So many to pick from! The Beaverlodge Slicer sounds yummy and good for my climate!
    (Johanna C, info at mamachocolateblog dot com or jccchocolate at gmail dot com)

  16. Black Prince for me! Looks divine.

  17. Green Zebra-Tomato Seeds sound yummy and look pretty!

  18. I like Austin's Red Pear tomato seeds.



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