I’d like to introduce Cubit’s Organics, a small Toronto-based organic seed company specializing in rare and heirloom seed varieties.  With a special interest in urban herb and vegetable gardening, owner Laura Watt believes that everyone can grow their own organic produce in whatever urban space they have available.

Laura lives in Toronto with her husband Ryan (partnering in her business through design and photography), their young daughter, 2 cats and their mascot of a dog, Hazel. They are excitedly awaiting the arrival of another babe towards the end of the summer.

Emphasis on community as well as supporting local producers and suppliers is important to Laura and her family, both in their business and everyday lives. She is a strong proponent of local farmer’s markets as well as sourcing her environmentally-friendly Cubit’s packaging and supplies close to home. She is also busy working towards becoming a La Leche League leader and supporting breastfeeding women in her community.

Growing an organic home vegetable garden is a wonderful way to have healthy, fresh vegetables for family meals, while also continuing to preserve heirloom varieties and the natural genetic diversity of these fruits and vegetables. Laura strongly believes that growing and eating organic food is “one of the best things you can do for yourself and the environment”.

Visit Cubit’s Organics etsy shop,  and check out their blog!

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Laura has generously offered a 6-pack of herb seeds as a giveaway!

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This giveaway is open to Canadian and US readers. To be entered into the giveaway, please leave a comment here. For up to 2 additional entries mention this giveaway on facebook and/or twitter and let me know you’ve done so (leave an additional comment for each).

This giveaway will end, and comments will close Saturday April 28th at 9pm est. The winner will be selected by random number and announced here Sunday morning.

Photos used with permission from Laura  Cubit’s Organics.

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27 Responses to Cubit’s :: Blog sponsor and Giveaway!

  1. Becca says:

    Such beautiful pics and lovely shop! Thanks for the giveaway!

  2. Maryrose says:

    i love the packaging.

  3. Chris says:

    I love the colourful photos too. My little ones love sampling different colours of carrots. I haven’t had much success growing carrots though.

  4. Samuel says:

    Count me in please!

  5. Alison says:

    AND Laura/Cubit’s is very generous in supporting her communities!

  6. Dawn says:

    Love the blog, and the seeds!

  7. Shared the giveaway on FB.

  8. karlagibbs says:

    i actually just found this blog through cubits! how great.

  9. Lynn says:

    I would love to try out some Cubits seeds! Their Etsy shop is gorgeous.
    Thanks for the opportunity.
    I also tweeted it here:
    https://twitter.com/#!/SiderealDay

  10. Valérie says:

    Love cubit’s! The products and service is always excellent!

  11. Kelly says:

    What a great giveaway!

  12. Kelly says:

    I posted on facebook:

    “Cubits Organics is having a giveaway on Little Wool Maus! Enter to win a 6-pack of herb seeds!
    http://littlewoolmaus.com/2012/04/cubits-blog-sponsor-and-giveaway

  13. Nikki Zupp says:

    I love to grow all kinds of plants in my garden. Love the giveaway!

  14. Nikki Zupp says:

    I twitted it 🙂

  15. Nikki Zupp says:

    and shared on FB 😀

  16. Jason says:

    Count me in.

  17. Jason says:

    Have just linked this giveaway to my facebook page.

  18. Morgen says:

    I already have three varieties of Laura’s radishes just germinated in my garden as well as her Stupice tomatoes proudly growing in my studio under a light and waiting to get outside. I would love to try every one of Laura’s seeds in my garden. Beautiful shop and nice to hear how active she is in her community too – Bravo!

  19. karen b says:

    love love love those seeds! 🙂

  20. Amy says:

    Love Cubits!! 🙂 We’re growing her lettuce right now – we’ve had a few salads from it already; love!

  21. Amy says:

    Also shared on facebook!