So last year Big Green started “Plant a Seed Day.” As many of you know, the way I sign my books has always been “Plant a Seed for the Future,” so this day is right in line with my books and message for people to plant seeds and grow something, even if it’s just in a pot on your balcony.
For the official Plant a Seed Day, you can go here and pledge to plant a seed on March 19. I already made my pledge. And I’ve already planted lots of the tiny seeds (onions, cabbage, kale, etc.) in my sunroom. For March 19 I will pant tomatoes and peppers.
What else am I doing for Plant a Seed Day besides planting seeds? So glad you asked. For a limited time I’ve reduced the prices of the first three books in my Seed Savers series for a savings of ten dollars!
If you aren’t familiar with the Seed Savers series, Seed Savers is a finished series of five books set in a future where gardening is illegal and real food is unknown by most of the population. Three children learn from an older woman in the community about gardening and real food until the tomato plant they are secretly growing is discovered by the authorities. Read more about each book here.
What are you waiting for? Go, plant a seed, read a book, learn to garden. 🙂
Do you plan on planting a garden this year? Tell me about it in the comments below.