Request Seeds

Stand up for your rights!  Help us tell our leaders “hands off our food.”  Be involved in a peaceful protest by planting your seeds and placing your Patriot Garden sign in a visible, sunny area of your front yard.  Here’s how to participate:

  1. Request a pack of free “Patriot Garden” radish seeds (which will contain 15 – 20 seeds).  Unfortunately due to high demand we are out of Patriot Garden signs, but please make your own and be sure to send us a picture!  They are also available for purchase at http://www.cafepress.com/patriotgarden (there is no mark-up and we are not profiting from the sale of these signs).
  2. Plant three seeds every 1/2″ at a depth of 1/2″.  Water them every day and watch them grow.  When the plants are 2 inches tall, thin them to 1 inch apart so they will not compete for natural resources.
  3. Send us a picture of your yard sign as soon as you plant your seeds.

Love, harvest and enjoy!

25 thoughts on “Request Seeds

  1. Tyler Clark says:

    Just want to send a word of support! I don’t have a garden, as I am an urban dweller without a yard.

  2. Jeremy says:

    I’ll stand with you! Two recent incidences with my own local suburban government showed me how overbearing and oppressive they can be in the name of progress and fairness. It seems sometimes like we don’t even own our own property any more!

  3. Darryl Showers says:

    Love the website, You are doing a great job. Funny how this whole thing has blown up, but God will prevail.

    Darryl S. (yes its me………….LOL)

    Ps. I need a couple of signs for me and my neighbor, who both have gardens in the back yard. Mine small, but my neighbors is big. No need to mail, Ill pick them up or drop them off.

    Love you guys

  4. John says:

    This is happening all over the country. People can be arrested for sharing the “unsafe” food produced in their gardens with their neighbors. Armed police are raiding organic food co-ops. Peoples homes are no longer their own. We must stand up now before the government decides (for your safety) that they can come inside your home to inspect your fridge to make sure you’re eating “safe” food.

  5. Alicia says:

    Let them tell me no, I’m an ex vet as well as the wife of an active duty army vet. Together we speak many voice and we will be heard!

  6. Alex Chick says:

    I seriously wonder if the city council would object to a flower garden…well one can’t really eat the flowers can they? It really looks like it is a matter of opinion of what looks “nice” …

  7. NCCASH! says:

    Total BS, keep that garden and plant more!!! I totally support you and your fight!

  8. You have all my support. Continue the fight !!!

  9. How can I donate a small amount of money?

  10. Mike says:

    You should start a petition on https://petitions.whitehouse.gov/ also an online petition to the senate and congress.

  11. [...] All we want to do is use our property peacefully to grow our own food. The Constitution protects our property rights from arbitrary invasions like this. Help us tell our leaders “Hands off our food!” by planting your own Patriot Garden in your front yard. Here’s how. [...]

  12. Tania Hill says:

    I love your page! I’m so excited to get started. My new year’s resolution is to grow things. You’ve given me such inspiration!!! Thank you!!!

  13. Erin Adkins says:

    I am a fellow gardener. I have 3-8 foot by 4 foot garden beds going down the side of my house. I also have a nice container garden on my back deck and have planted several fruiting vines in my little yard. I understand the importance of growing your own food. Keep your heads up! The gardening community supports you!

  14. Marla Pfaff and John Beery says:

    Loved meeting you today, Jennifer. Your garden and chickens are beautiful. You’re a true delight! I wish you the best on Tuesday.

  15. Glad to see fellow Patriots in my local area that know how to stand up for their rights. Keep up the good fight!

  16. Gwen says:

    I think everyone should be able to grow all or part of their family’s food in their yard. My goal this year is to supply our produce needs, canning stores and share with as many other people as I can possibly manage

  17. Carol says:

    What kind of seeds do you send and for what zone?

  18. christopher says:

    Thanks for standing for our rights! We need more patriots like you….look into infowars.com you can find more patriots there along with alot of info.

  19. Chip Snyder says:

    I think what you guys are doing is great. I live in Northwest Florida in Pensacola. Me and my wife also grow our vegetables in our front yard, no where near the scale you guys do, but we are trying to grow more every year. Keep up the fight.

  20. Sandra Robinson says:

    Good for you to stand up for what is right. Using soil to grow what is needed and wanted should be our right. Some people need to learn that it takes all kinds of people and landscapes to make our America beautiful. I lived in the City of Lansing, Mi. and also had to much shade in our back yard to grow food and flowers so I planted in the front yard. I worried about someone complaining so I threw a party and made chili with my tomatoes and green pepers and invited the whole neighorhood. Good luck, meanwhile I will post a sign and grow your seeds and forword a picture.. Sandra and Harley Robinson

  21. Raine Stanton says:

    I got my seeds today, but no sign. What kinds of seeds are they? I am planting swiss chard and spinach in my front yard and want to make sure I have plenty of room for these.

  22. […] movement.  You can learn about it here at their website: http://www.patriot-gardens.com.  According to that site, you can help their cause (and the broader fight for property rights protection) by planting your […]

  23. Samantha says:

    I am so happy for this! I have a patch in the back yard but there is ample sunlight in the front! We also are on a tight budget to make ends meet and we sure are going to appreciate the seeds. They’re going straight into the front yard! Keep up the good fight!

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