Nifty Homestead Giveaway – May 2017

Spring is officially here and with summer right around the corner, it’s time to start thinking about tomatoes. We love tomatoes so much that we wanted to do something a little special this year and make sure that you’re all set for the fruitful season ahead!

For this month’s contest we’re giving away an Epic Tomato Growing Starter Pack! This includes four Heavy Gauge Tomato Cages, Organic & GMO-free, Heirloom Tomato Seed Varietie: Brandywine, Cherokee Purple, Black Krim, Green Zebra, Amish Paste, Japanese Black Trifele, Yellow Brandywine, Matt’s Wild Cherry, and the Epic Tomatoes book, featuring how to select and grow the best varieties.

Want to learn more about growing tomatoes? Check out our very own guide on tomato growing! 🙂

Ready to sign up? To enter, submit your email below and share this contest with your friends via Email, Facebook, or Pinterest for an extra entry. 

Nifty Homestead May Giveaway

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Author: Kane Jamison

Kane is the founder of Nifty Homestead. He lives on his own urban homestead with his family in West Seattle.


  1. Thanks Kane for the giveaway fun! I don’t have a way to post a photo but we have tomatoes, pumpkins, and a lot of herbs!!! I would totally dry that, especially since we have not had a working oven in over 3 years. You have a terrific blog site.

  2. Just like Donna I don’t have a way to post photos, however, I have A LOT of herbs & veggies in our gardens. We have 2 types of tomatoes, onion, 2 types of lettuce, watermelons, pumpkins, garlic, cucumber, sweet potato, spearmint, hibiscus, sage, lavender, German thyme, Chocolate mint, and rosemary just to name a few. I LOVE cooking with fresh herbs!

  3. I was just saying the other day that I wanted to learn how to can. This would be a perfect prize. Thank you for your generosity. Good luck to everyone.

    • Amy, canning is a great way to preserve your harvest. Some of us are very lucky that we come from old stock and learned our canning skills at our mother’s or even grandmother’s knee. I still use equipment both of mine. Pressure canning was a new skill, but by following the instructions that came with our canner we had great success. Check your area’s USDA extension office, they may have classes or be able to recommend some.

  4. Sure would love to learn more about permaculture and convert more of my one acre over to more sustainable practices. I expand my vegetable gardens every year and compost like crazy, but I know there’s more I could be doing. Love being outdoors tending to natural processes. Your website is a great help! Thanks.

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