Unboxing a Surprise Garden: Learn about Seed Bank Boxes for Gardeners

By Liz Baessler | May 25, 2018
Image by Shelley Pierce
by Liz Baessler
May 25, 2018

Monthly subscription services are all the rage these days. You can get all kinds of things shipped right to your front door – socks, wine, food, just about anything you can think of. But what if you or someone you know loves gardening? Surely there’s a monthly subscription service for that.

Well, now there is! With Seed Bank Box, you get a new package of seeds delivered to your home every month. Each monthly box contains 8 to 10 new packets of seeds. All the seeds are organic, non-GMO, and heirloom. Some of the seeds are rare, and all of them produce edible plants, whether it be fruits, leafy greens, edible flowers, roots, vining vegetables, or even medicinal herbs. Each packet of seeds comes with an instruction card giving a little background into the plant and information on how to grow it.

All of the seeds are selected by Seed Bank Box’s personal seed curator, an experienced gardener who knows his way around growing and eating your own food.

Seed Bank Box ships to anywhere in the USA on the first of every month. Depending upon your climate, you might not be able to plant all your seeds immediately when you get them, but they store well and can be saved until spring. Both yearly and monthly subscriptions are available, so feel free to try it out before committing to a whole year. Seed Bank Boxes are small enough to fit into most mailboxes. There’s no need to sign or wait for a package to appear.

So why not give Seed Bank Box a try this month? Whether for yourself or as a gift for the gardener in your life, it’s a great way to experience and learn about new seeds you may never have heard of before, hand selected by an experienced and passionate gardener. And besides, who doesn’t love getting mail?

The above article was sponsored by Seed Bank Box. The information contained in this article may contain ads or advertorial opinions.
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