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May 31, 2018 - Last Days for Sweet Potato Plants . . . News from the Farm, Promotional Offers
See below for more information.

May 2018 Newsletter

Hello Friends,

This is going to be another short easy to read newsletter ... We hope that you are already eating from your gardens and that things are growing well. Keep in mind that if you need additional seeds for succession sowing or to fill empty spots in your layout, we have ample stock and are shipping orders very quickly, often the same day they are received here.

Do check out all of the cool, new varieties we have available at And if you are just getting to know us, keep track of us at Instagram, Facebook, and Pinterest.

From all of us here at the Victory Seed Company, thank you again for helping to support our plant variety preservation work with your orders! Until next time,


Mike Dunton
Victory Seed Company

P.S. - Please DO forward this email offer to all of your gardening friends and family.  Your word-of-mouth recommendations help promote our seed variety preservation work and is our primary form of advertising. Thank you!

Click here to reserve your Spring delivered sweet potato slips (plants).

SWEET POTATO ALERT - LAST DAY TO ORDER IS JUNE 15th! ... If you have procrastinated but still want to grow fresh sweet potatoes in your garden this summer, it is not (yet) too late ... but time is running out. Only three more Monday shipping dates left this season so hurry! Some varieties are already running out, others are available in quantities up to 500 plants.

- Click Here to Order -

Sweet potato plants can ONLY be sent to U.S. Postal Service mailing addresses within the Continental (lower 48 states) United States. We are able to send plants to all of the lower 48 states, including our friends in California, but are sorry to report that they cannot be shipped to Hawaii, Alaska or internationally.

Savings Opportunity

It is not too early to order your seeds!  Our seedhouse staff are currently getting orders filled and mailed out to folks in one to three business days, but things can get busy around here so plan accordingly. (Reading between the lines, we sometimes run out of stock and also get backlogged.) [Ordering Tip: To prevent shipping delays, double-check your information before submitting your order.]

Save 5% off of the seed packet portion of your order by entering save5off18 into the "Apply Coupon" field while viewing your cart. For instructions on how to use the coupon code, Click here.

Don't forget to check out all of the new additions for 2018 - You can easily find them all listed under the "New for 2018" category or by Clicking Here. Some varieties are old family heirlooms whose protection and public introduction are at the core of our organization's mission.

Growers Network Focus on David Pendergrass

Click here to reserve your Spring delivered tobacco plants. An integral part of our plant variety preservation work, and one reason why we can offer so many different varieties every year, is our Growers Network. By working with a select group of experienced, small farm-based seed producers, we not only continue to expand the number of varieties we are protecting and offering, but we are also helping to support other like-minded preservationists.

David Pendergrass is an old friend of ours who works from his ancestral family farm in Middle Tennessee. He raises various long-season varieties that we have trouble growing up here in Oregon.  Additionally, David's own collection of heirloom varieties is available exclusively from the Victory Seed Company.

David founded the New Hope Seed Company as a regional resource working to preserve Southern heirlooms that were rapidly disappearing. One area of focus has been his work building an impressive collection of rare tobacco varieties.

If you unfamiliar with tobacco plants, they are in my opinion, quite impressive. Varieties range in mature height from three feet to over ten feet with leaves that can be up to three feet long. At the top of their stalks, they produce clusters with numerous flowers that are attractive to pollinators. And all of that plant structure grows, in one season no less, from a tiny seed that is about the size of a pinhole! If you are interested in tobacco seeds, we offer over 60 unique varieties here -

Tobacco Plants Available Now ...For those of you that would like to start from plants, David offers a select number of varieties every year and is currently accepting orders for shipment later this spring. You can order plants directly from David from his website at

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Click here for more info on how to be rewarded for your support!What are Victory Points™?  It is our customer rewards program and just another way for us to thank you for choosing to support our seed variety preservation work by using our Victory Seeds® in your gardens.

There is nothing special that you need to do to join or enroll or subscribe.  Simply log into your customer account every time you shop and automatically earn Victory Points™.

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About Our Work - If you have read our mission statement, you know that we do not exist as an organization to simply sell seeds. We sell seeds to fund our plant variety preservation work and to keep rare, heirloom and open-pollinated varieties available to home gardeners. We are a little different from other seed companies in this way. Thank you for your continued support.

All of our seeds are open-pollinated, non-hybrid, public domain or open source, and not chemically treated. As an early signer of the "Safe Seed Pledge" we will never knowingly sell GMO seeds. Many of our seeds are family heirlooms, most are old standard varieties that are hard to find.

You can read more about our seeds by Clicking Here.

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The most accurate, safest and best method for quickly receiving an order is to place it using our online store.  You can still chose to place a mail order . . . click here for instructions.

When Will My Order Ship?  We are currently shipping orders within 1 to 3 business days from receiving them.

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