Organic Seed Potato and Garlic Giveaway! (Closed)

This giveaway is now closed. Congratulations to Wayne for winning!

I’ve tried to grow potatoes twice now, and I am not any good at it yet.

Yep, that was my entire harvest.

By the time I got my garlic planted this fall, I figured it was too late for seed potatoes.

Not so! My friends at Peaceful Valley Farm & Garden Supply said, “There’s still time!” and sent me a pound of Red, Yellow, & Blue Mix organic seed potatoes to plant. Don’t they look fantastic?

They also sent some cool tiger gloves for my gardening assistant.

And because the Peaceful Valley folks are so very generous, we have a fantastic giveaway for you.

One lucky BrownThumbMama reader will win all the ingredients to grow garlic mashed potatoes!

Enter using the Rafflecopter widget below (email subscribers, you must click through to the website to enter). U.S. entries only please. Contest is open until Saturday, December 8, 2012 at 7pm PST. The winner will be drawn randomly and I’ll announce the winner on Sunday.
This giveaway is now closed. Congratulations to Wayne for winning! 

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Comments

  1. says

    Ok – I’ve been wanting to plant potatoes and garlic because I LOVE garlic mashed potatoes. :) My best mashed potatoes have a bit of rice milk and non-dairy butter (dairy allergic kid) and I just mash the heck out of them leaving some lumps… :) Then I separate out some for me and one kid and the rest for my partner and other son. Only two of us LOVE garlic mashed potatoes. I use fresh garlic lightly sauteed in just a bit of margarine and then add to the potatoes…yum!

    Jaye

  2. says

    I’ve had good luck with the fingerling potatoes–not great luck, but we’ve dug up a few meals. We like to put creme fraiche and a bit of the Celtic Sea salt in our mashed potatoes. They’re also super fluffy if you put them through a ricer…

    You know I live near Peaceful Valley if you ever want to come up for lunch and a field trip……

  3. says

    I love this company. I bought my garlic from them this year and I’m anxious to see how they do. I have had good luck with red creamer potatoes (forgot the variety) but I think the real trick is patience. I always jump the gun and harvest them too soon.

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