Welcome to Seed and Plant, a monthly seed and gardening program! These lessons are designed to work for all skill levels from newbies to seasoned gardeners. On the first of every month we will release a new, do it yourself, gardening package, filled with information and insider tips on how you can create your own beautiful gardens or small planters. Each seed package and lesson will be limited to the month in which it is released.
These seeds, garden designs and lesson collections are focused on contemporary subject matter such as soil, composting, insects, pollinator plants, nutrition, garden design, etc. Seed and Plant will be offering 1-month, 3-month, 6-month, and 12-month subscription options. As a multi-month subscriber you would receive seeds and lessons at a discount and in a variety of those categories. In order to make things exciting, the exact subject matter for each month will be kept a secret until it’s released.
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While my original intention was to make my garden program more open sourced/funded through donations and organizations, it really isn’t the best way to approach a venture. Seed and Plant is a small brainchild of mine where I have worked with other organizations offering a similar product however not the whole package. My goal was to streamline the whole business. Keep it simple. The aim is to offer seeds and material to students and teachers with content grounded in garden science. This has a potential to grow into something larger, though from experience, keeping it small works well. To make communication seamless, I would offer this program regionally rather than nationally. I think it would make keeping our stakeholders and volunteer team much stronger. I do see many sticky issues within the organization. One being it would benefit from volunteerism, a strong communication advisory board and a way to ensure quality control is met. While I believe keeping it simple is probably better, I’m certain that my business model could use some work.