Ordering Free Seeds

Ordering Free Seeds
hand pruning seedlings

 

The 2022 Free Seed Program is a Wrap!

We filled nearly 1,000 orders for free seeds this year!

Special thanks goes out to our outstanding Master Gardener volunteers who made this year's program such and outstanding success.   

If you are one of the New Hampshire nonprofit organizations that received seeds, please share images of your growing season on our Facebook page.  

 

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