Those of you that are new to my story, might not know that it started in the garden.
I’ve been fascinated by seeds and plants since I was little. I would grow green beans in egg shells and would be so excited watching the little guys grow up. Both of my grandmothers were gardeners – one grew herbs, vegetables, and everything needed to feed her family on a small farm in Indiana. The other loved flowers, succulents, and cacti and loved container and patio gardening in urban Arizona.
This is my dream garden! I love love love gardening in raised beds!
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My first business was creating handmade botanical oil candles at 20. Then while writing for the DoD I became addicted to growing seeds. I grew over 300 plants on my little patio and sold them at farmers markets around town. Then I owned a flower shop in central Phoenix. During that time I was the local garden girl for 10 years on Sonoran Living Live on ABC15.
Gardening fuels my soul! I love it so much!
While I was working for the government as a writer, I went back and did some post-graduate studies and earned a degree in horticulture. Plus I’m and am a Master Florist and a Master Gardener.
I now call Anchorage, Alaska, home and am learning how to garden in the Arctic – it is challenging, but I love it! Seed Plant Bloom is taking me back to my roots, back to gardening.
Why now, why Seed Plant Bloom?
I’ve been a professional writer for 20 years+ and a blogger for more than 10. I absolutely love writing! I have written hundreds of gardening blog posts for other bloggers and have watched them be repinned a million times (not exaggerating) and help others to garden with my words. Don’t worry, I’m not giving up writing in the least… it has a hold onto my soul and it isn’t letting go.
What has my heart though is planting seeds, watching them grow, nurturing them, then harvesting that hard work at the end of the season. I freaking love it!
I took a little over a year off from writing and pursued a side hustle. I enjoy that side business, but it is not my passion. If there is one thing to know about me is that I follow my passions and don’t merely exist in life. Some of those passions have turned into businesses and others are kept away from the public eye. As a serial entrepreneur, when I have a business I am passionate about I feel totally alive!
To say I have a slight plant addiction is an understatement! What I also have though is this burning desire to teach others how to grow plants too… specifically herbs and vegetables.
What Exactly is Seed Plant Bloom?
That’s where Seed Plant Bloom comes in. It is a monthly organic gardening subscription box.
Each month in your box you receive:
- Organic, Non-GMO, or Heirloom Seeds
- Tip Sheets, Seed Guides, and the Story Behind Your Box
- Garden Gifts or Accessories
- Organic Amendment Samples with How To Instructions
- Live indoor plants and succulents during your frost season
There are three levels based on how many items you want: Seeds $29.99, Shoots $39.99, and Blooms $49.99. You can have it bill month-to-month or in 3-, 6-, or 12-month increments. Give it as a gift or order just one time. Basically, it is merging my love of gardening with an online business.
Whether you are a brand new gardening newbie, Certified Black Thumb, or an gardening pro this box is for you. Each box is curated based on your gardening zone and your experience level. I won’t send a beginner basil seeds as those little buggers are tough to grow. Nope. I won’t do that to you! Plus ask all of your gardening questions in our new Facebook Group. Each month there will also be a video that shows you how to grow what’s in your box! Like our Facebook Page to keep up to date.
The Founders Round is Open Until April 30th!
🌱 What is the Founders Round? It gives you 10% off for LIFE + a special gift from me to you in the first box. Use code FOUNDER (all caps).
🎉 One person who subscribes during this time will win 3-Months Free of the Seed Plant Bloom gardening subscription box!
👉🏼 1st Boxes ship May 5-8th!!!
Subscribe here to Seed Plant Bloom –>> https://seedplantbloom.cratejoy.com/
The Mother’s Day Gardening Box
Yep, there’s a special Mother’s Day Gardening Box that has items curated for your mom, grandma, daughter, mother-in-law, dog mom, or the special mom in your life. You can add a Mother’s Day card with a handwritten note. Or add-on other items to make this a gift your mom will surely love! Find the Mother’s Day Seed Plant Bloom Box here. The last day to order this special box is May 8th. All boxes ship Priority Mail.
Seed Plant Bloom was Created to Help YOU in the Garden
I remember what it was like just starting out with all the questions, not sure if I was doing it right, then being bummed when my little plants failed to thrive. I spent a ton on gardening books, was the youngest person in my garden clubs, and then took classes to learn how to garden in the desert. I spent SO much money learning how to not kill plants. Ha!
This little box is all of those years of trial and error delivered to your doorstep.
One of the coolest things about being a seedaholic is finding rare heirloom seeds to grow. I know I’m not the only one who wants a bit of diversity in the foods that I grow and eat. I want to share these awesome finds with you. Then there are the garden accessories and gifts that I come across. I know I can’t be the only one who would love to try it in their garden. My vision is to garden together, learn from one another, and to help foster the love of plants and flowers for years to come.
Welcome to my little spot in the garden. Welcome to Seed Plant Bloom an organic gardening subscription box.
Psst… want to start a subscription box of your very own. First know they are a lot of work then go get ’em tiger! CrateJoy is an all-in-on sub box platform that you should check out. I also recommend Shopify (I’m working on that site as we speak).
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