Congrats! You've joined the waitlist for early access to Seedtime.
Please check your email for a confirmation message with more information from [email protected]
We can't wait to get Seedtime into your hands!
Wait. How can all of this be free? 🤔
We're glad you asked! And I don't blame you for being skeptical.
Here's why we are excited about giving away free Seedtime accounts:
We want to make sure everyone has everything they need to start planning and growing a garden - no matter what their financial situation is.
Which is why we are giving away free Seedtime accounts including your own personal Click 'N Drop Calendar, Task List, Journal, Classroom video lessons, and private Facebook group.
Yup. All of that is free forever - no credit card required. Seriously.
So... how do we make money? We'll be honest. Creating an app like this is expensive. Very expensive actually. And so we hope you love Seedtime so much that you'll want to upgrade (completely optional).
Your free account includes everything you need to get started, and then as you plan and grow more crops you'll have the option to upgrade to match the number of crop categories (or gardens) you are growing. If you are growing a small garden - you may never need to upgrade at all.
So come on in and join our gardening family. There's nothing to loose and everything to gain!
Your FREE FOREVER (meaning FREE - no cost - not a penny, not a dime, not a nickle, nada...) account is waiting for you. 😍🎉
Let's make this your best year ever!
NOTICE: Make sure to check your email for your confirmation message with the link to access this page and any additional purchases that you may have made including joining the optional upgrades. The email will come from [email protected] Please make sure it does not go into your spam folder!
First, find your average last frost date based on your location. If you know this already you can skip to STEP 2.
Otherwise click the button below and enter your zip code on the page the comes up. Then look for your last spring frost date as was shown in the video above.
Make sure you find "Last Spring Frost" as shown in the picture here and write it down (or remember it):
Scroll down and find the link below that matches your average last spring frost date.
For example, if your average last frost date is April 21 then you would choose the link below with the title "Last Average Frost Between April 16 - April 22".
Click on the link below that matches your average last frost date and the free calendar will open in a separate tab or window.
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