I received the 20% off sale, too; but I am not getting anything else either. I think that the squash seeds were not any good because they have not germinated, and the watermelons are already starting to sprout. The watermelons were planted after the squash, and the germination time for both is about the same. I am going to open one of the little sponges and see if it looks like the squash are starting to sprout, and if they are not, then I will start something else in there instead. I love hollyhocks, and I used to have some when I lived in Idaho. Once you have them, they come back each year (and seed prolifically), but they are expensive to buy when you get the started plants. I found some hollyhock seeds at Walmart; so I am going to plant those next and see if they will grow here in Alabama. Does anyone else that lives here in the South have hollyhocks ? It seems like some of the things that we grew up north do not do as well here (such as rhubarb); but on the other hand, some things do much better down here with the milder climate.