Monday, May 19, 2014

Woodstock Foods Plant the Seed Review

Awhile ago I entered a giveaway for Woodstock Foods. They were giving away seeds for a classroom. I entered hoping that they'd get here before the Garden Club ended. It did end, but Isaak has the Garden Club teacher. The school got the package today. There was a bit of confusion on the package. I had Travis bring it home, so I could look through everything, take pictures, and set everything up. Tomorrow he'll explain what the package was all about. :)

Daddy will drop off the boys, and the planting kits.

I know Isaak loves to garden, so he'll be just as excited to get these as his teacher I'm sure.

The 25 Kits Included:
  • Eco-friendly pots that are made out of rice hulls and natural binding agents which are starch-based, water-soluble, and biodegradable. The pots are made out of all recycled materials, so nothing is wasted in the making.
  • GMO FAQ packets. They answer any questions people may have about GMO. Woodstock Foods is Non GMO.
  • An instruction sheet.
  • Wooden spoons for planting.
  • Organic Corn Seeds.

This is a great thing for kids to get. Such a fun, healthy way to end the school year. I love the message!

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What I Did Today said...

That is really cool! And I'm impressed that it included ORGANIC corn! Hard to stuff to find!

Masshole Mommy said...

My two LOVE to plant things, so this would be perfect for them.

Z@KickingKilos said...

really neat. would love it for my twins!

Yamini MacLean said...

Hari OM
Can't beat watching things grow - 'specially when you planted it yourself! YAM xx

Cascia Talbert said...

Looks like some great seeds! I want to start planting in my pots today but I need to wait for my little one to wake up from his nap first. He's taking an extra long nap today. I hope he's feeling alright.

Theresa Mahoney said...

That does sound like a neat little kit! I am sure the kids will love doing it as an end of the year project!

Eat To Live said...

Rice Hull pots.... Amazing what they can do. Glad to hear the seeds are non GMO

~ Noelle said...

now that is pretty neat...
headed to check their site out now


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