50 packs of seed.
With Trudi's permission, I'm gonna host a contest. The winner gets 50 packs of seed from my gardens. These are things I have grown myself or intend to grow this year. They will all be wintersowing candidates, depending on the season. You've seen the pictures, so now grow it yourself.
IN AN EMAIL TO ME THROUGH GARDENWEB, answer the 10 following questions. DO NOT, I repeat, DO NOT ANSWER THEM HERE. I want everyone to get a chance to find their own answers.
The subject of the email should be Contest. That one word, and nothing else in the subject line, please. I'll use it to automatically sort the participants into the appropriate folder. Be sure to include your GW name so I can find you if you're the winner. I don't need your real name, just your screen name.
So, email me the answers to these 10 questions for a chance to win 50 packs of seed.
1. What is Trudi's cat's name?
2. Three examples of plant names ideal for wintersowing.
3. What baked good should the soil be like?
4. Name four common reasons for failure.
5. What is the suggested minimum number of seeds in a trade package?
6. What three organic methods does Trudi recommend for dealing with slugs and snails?
7. What are the four categories of seeds that Trudi sows on Winter Solstice?
8. Name 10 recycled items that can be used for wintersowing.
9. When direct sowing, there are 5 steps necessary for success. Name them.
- What's the most informative site on wintersowing on the internet? (Not GardenWeb)
That's it. You've got until December 21 to email me with the answers. Out of all the correct answers, I'll pick one lucky winner from a recycled milk jug. He/She will be mailed the seeds on December 22, postage paid by me. Anyone can enter, only one will win. Even Trudi can enter.
For help, visit Wintersown.org. Good luck. I hope to have many names to choose from.