Campbell’s Soup Free Seeds

I got mine, thanks to a link from My Good Cents…complete with coupon code. 

04-17-09-17

Now you get yours.

Campbell's Free Seeds

(Click cute little tomato growing in can to get your free seeds)

Be sure to check out their Get Growing page.  It has some good basic instructions for growing tomatoes.

Happy Gardening!!!!

*The link and code is probably available at My Good Cents, but you’ll have to search for it.

**Offer valid until June 21, 2009 (or while supplies last).  One per househhold.  Good only in the USA, Puerto Rico.  Allow eight weeks for handling and delivery

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6 Comments

  1. engineeredgarden said,

    April 18, 2009 at 4:42 pm

    Cheryl, do they tell what kind of tomatoes they are?

    • gardengoodies said,

      April 18, 2009 at 9:25 pm

      No, they sure don’t. They just refer to Campbell’s tomato seeds. It would have been nice to know.

  2. ann cobb said,

    April 28, 2009 at 10:40 am

    recd seeds approx. & planted them indoors about three weeks ago & they still have not come up yet. i have planted many times & at least most of them have taken. what is the problem?

    • gardengoodies said,

      April 28, 2009 at 1:09 pm

      Hi, Ann

      Three weeks does seem like a long time to wait for the seeds to germinate. I only planted a few of mine and none of them have come up yet either. Maybe cold soil? Tomatoes like it warm (I didn’t use the heat mat for these, just put them on top of the fridge). You might want to try again with a few more seeds.

      I’m a little confused, though. Did you plant other seeds and they did okay?

  3. Linda Ludwick said,

    April 28, 2009 at 12:23 pm

    They DO give a clue about what kind of tomato seeds they’re offering thru Campbell’s tomato seed project.
    From the FAQ’s at the site –
    “What type of tomato seeds are they?
    The seeds are Campbell’s own unique variety and will produce a deep-red, Roma-shaped tomato that tastes great fresh or when used as a cooking ingredient.”
    Sure sounds to me like it’s a Roma variety of tomato.

    • gardengoodies said,

      April 28, 2009 at 1:11 pm

      Hi, Linda:

      Thanks for that information. I guess I missed that in my excitement at getting freebies.

      Did you get yours? How’d they do? I’d love to know.


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