Gardening has been on my bucket list for a while now. Flowers, herbs, and vegetables. Having flowers growing in my yard and cut flowers in vases in my home makes me smile. As a cook, nothing is better than the freshest ingredients. Gardening is also such a soothing and rewarding – the hands-on work and the success when it grows.
Such a great family activity too! I remember working in my dad’s garden as a kid and so excited when we grew corn! A great way to get kids excited about vegetables and an awesome science experience.
My friend Kristi recently launched a gardening subscription box.
Seed, Plant, Bloom, an organic gardening subscription box
Do you love subscription boxes as much as I do? So much fun getting a box filled with surprise goodies each month. It’s one way I treat myself.
Kristi is the blogger behind Live Your Live Wild and Free. She lives in Alaska and yes they can grow flowers there. She’s a master gardener and owned a floral shop when she lived in Phoenix.
My first Seed Plant Bloom box recently arrived so I want to share all that’s in it. I will check back with my gardening progress once we get everything planted and they start to grow! I’m looking forward to this as a fun project my son and I can work on together this summer.
Seed, Plant, Bloom organic gardening subscription box UNBOXING
What was in my box? Kristi curates each box to fit your needs based on gardening zone and level of expertise. I live in the desert and definitely a beginner.
- earthworm castings
- peat pots
- peat pellets
- Seeds – Plum Purple Radish
- Seeds – Onion Chives
- Seeds – Dill
- Seeds – Snow’s Fancy Pickling Cucumbers
- Seeds – Hummingbird and Butterfly Wildflower mix
- Seeds – Hummingbird mix
All seeds are either Organic, Non-GMO, or Heirloom.
I’m super excited about the wildflowers. We have lots of hummingbirds here in Phoenix and always a delight to see them in our yard. My son is excited about the pickling cucumbers – he loves pickles (and vinegar) and has been wanting to make his own.
Want your own? Super easy to order. Just go to the Seed Plant Bloom website and choose which type you want. Then pick where you live and your skill level so Kristi can customize the box to best fit your needs.
This would make a great birthday gift or Father’s Day gift for your favorite gardener (or wannabe gardener). June boxes ship June 5th and Father’s Day boxes by June 12th.
disclosure: I am an affiliate for Seed Plant Bloom and I was sent a complimentary box so that I could share my experience with your readers. All opinions are my own.