Seed Stewardship Project


Seed Stewardship Project

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Congrats! 🌱 Your order qualifies for ONE free seed packet. Pick any option from the three at-risk plants below! Click "Learn More" to read about each seed or add it to your cart.

You already have one free Echinacea Lobelia Gentian seed packet in your cart. If you would like to change which type you'll recieve, click here to remove your current choice from your cart, which will then unlock all options.


Mountain Rose Herbs created the Seed Stewardship Project to raise awareness about at-risk plants that are in need of our help. It is our hope that this solution-oriented approach of supplying free seeds to those able to plant them will help rebuild the populations of these special plants. We thank you for being a seed steward in your community and for helping us to create a ripple of change for people, plants, and planet.

How it works:   All orders containing at least one regular product qualify for ONE free seed packet. Once you've added any regular item to your cart, choose any one seed packet from the three options above. We will ship your packet with your order. Customers can place multiple orders, and receive one free seed packet for each order placed.

*While supplies last. If we are unable to include the free seeds in your order due to inventory, we ask that you add them to your next order. We will not be able to back order or exchange the free seeds. We are also unable to add them to you order after your order is placed. If placing a phone order, please mention which free seed packet you would like included.


Since their inception, Mountain Rose Herbs has actively co-campaigned with UpS. Their mission is to protect native medicinal plants, fungi, and their habitats while ensuring renewable populations for use by generations to come. They offer information on planting your own endangered herb garden, plus loads of advice and membership services.


We've created this community map for seed stewards to add individual pins, showcasing which seeds have been planted and where. We hope to fill the map with pins, as we rebuild the populations of these special plants. Explore the map below, and click on any pin to see details and user-added photos. Want to add your own pin? Add your free seed packet to any regular order, then scan the QR code once you receive your seeds.