If I talked with you about gardening at all last year, you probably heard me raving about Botanical Interests seeds.
I first discovered them at Portland Nursery, and was taken by the beautiful colored sketches on the front of each packet. As it turns out, they are not only aesthetically pleasing, but organic, heirloom, and family-owned.
Does it get any better?
Well, as a matter of fact, it does! Now when you buy seeds from Botanical Interests (using the link or button above - very important!), 25% of the proceeds go to Open Arms International.
Open Arms International is administratively based in Portland, but serves in Eldoret, Kenya, East Africa. They provide a safe haven for children orphaned by AIDS and other tragedies. They currently house twenty-six children in two homes, with a set of house parents in each home. I love this model for orphanages. Please read more about them on their site!
And, if you want to share this fundraising link for seed shopping with others, please use this link.
Once you actually get to their site, the link will look different, so don't copy it there.)
For now, it's time to start thinking about planting sweet peas. January and February are the months to plant for an early summer bloom!