Request a FREE Wildflower Seed Packet | Help Save The Bees

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Grab a Freebie and bring a little nature to your home!🌼

Hop on over to Feed a Bee where you can snag a FREE Wildflower Seed Packet, perfect for planting (limit 1 per household).

Simply head here and enter your name, mailing address, click ‘submit’, and your free seed packet will arrive in 2-3 weeks.

Three seed packets in a row

Over the last 5 years, butterfly and bee ecosystems have declined rapidly. You can easily help restore the butterfly and bee population by planting one of these FREE seed packs that contain a mix of wildflowers, including partridge pea, black-eyed Susan, and purple coneflower, that will grow well in most regions.

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(Thanks, Money Saving Mom!)

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Comments 13

  1. KarenSJ

    THANK YOU so much for posting this! I’ve gotten this in the past and have coneflowers and coreopsis that are perennials and come back each year in my garden. In addition to drawing bees, we get hummingbirds, goldfinch and butterflied.

    • Collin (Mrs. Hip)

      How neat! You’re very welcome!

  2. Michelle T

    Was about to take advantage of this until I noticed it was from bayer. Have to do your research.

    • Jen

      Further explanation please. Is there something I need to know?

      • ella

        To answer those asking: Bayer purchased Monsanto several years ago. Monsanto makes Roundup which has been implicated as an herbicide that causes many health issues. In addition the company has GMO seeds that are patented and then often cross pollinate with natural species of plants and crowd them out. There’s a lot of info out there about some of the destructive things Monsanto has done. I make a conscious effort to keep Monsanto/Bayer out of my garden.

        • terri

          I agree Ella, I almost think they are trying to kill the remaining bees by poisoning the flowers. Monsanto is hiding, hiding under the name Bayer…shame on Bayer for buying them. Monsanto was linked with poison/chemicals so now they can hide under the Bayer name.

    • Iowagirl63

      What do you mean by this?

    • Steph

      Me too. I’ll pass on the Monsanto seeds.

  3. jessie


    • Collin (Mrs. Hip)

      You’re welcome!

  4. Lynn Schleitwiler

    Please send wildflower seeds, thank you.

    • Jennifer (Hip Sidekick)

      You’ll need to click on the links in the post and sign up for them.

  5. Guillermina Terrell

    Thank you!

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