Seed Pantry

Seed Pantry

Seed Pantry is giving one lucky femalefirst.co.uk reader the chance to win their very own Three Seasons seed planting Christmas gift set.

Perfect for ‘grow your own’ fans and novice gardeners, the Three Seasons starter kit is delivered in three exciting packs during the year. Each planting kit contains everything you need to grow your own delicious organic vegetables at home, in even the smallest of outdoor spaces.

Box one, delivered in December, in time for Christmas, includes award-winning Chilli varieties and growing kit, including Apaches, Navahoes and hot Habaneros.

The second box arrives in March containing seeds to grow gourmet summer vegetables - carrots, sweet peppers, mangetout, courgettes, rocket, lolla rossa lettuce, radishes and spring onions. Crisp winter greens Pak choi, rainbow chard, salad onions, and spicy leaves (rocket, mustards and sorrel) come in the third Autumn box, delivered in August.

All boxes contain all the equipment you need to get started, including eco-friendly mini propagators, biodegradable rice husk pots, organic mini compost discs and wooden seedling markers, plus easy-to-follow instructions.

Answer this simple question to be in with a chance to win:

Seed Pantry Hot Habanero chillis are delivered in which month?

- December
- March
- August

The Three Seasons gift set is priced at £70 for the three seasonal boxes and is available from www.seedpantry.co.uk

Closing Date : 8th December 2012

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  1. by Janetrawsro 11th Nov 2012 10:13

    An avid gardener I would love to win the Three Seed Gift Set From Seed pantry as a challengefor my green fingers.

  2. by Sadie 12th Nov 2012 23:27

    This looks like a wonderful idea, something to keep you busy all year round and such variety too x

  3. by Helen Jiggins 12th Nov 2012 23:32

    Just moved from the city to the countryside and we have a proper garden for the first time... I am learning, slowly :)