The 5th anniversary of this blog was in August! I ambitiously had back-to-back give-aways lined up to celebrate the event, with all of the prizes coming from the sponsors of the (I know, I know, I talk about it way too much), the 6th Annual Garden Bloggers Fling ...
A paused moment in the garden binging, I mean, flinging.
Well, concurrently with this ambition, was a bunch of new clients! Whoa. Somebody got busy! How happy is that!?! The prizes were lined up, but the give-aways lagged behind.
Enter November and my daily posting with NaBloPoMo The blogging mill starts coming back to life! We currently have one Give-Away ...
Seed Sprouter from Botanical Interests.
It's got 2 layers that can have dividers added to create 4 sections. Thus 4 potential different seeds sprouting at the same time, or 1 seed in 4 different stages. The bottom tray catches any draining water. There are also a variety of sprouting seeds to be given away. I'm trying one of these seeds now, using an old spaghetti sauce container. The winner will have way more class than me!
The Give-away expands ... Now we're going to "sweeten the pot"!
Pruners are important. Different sizes for different jobs. I'm always glad to have them around. But these shears have something extra ... they're like an extension of my hand! Comfortable, easy to use. I love 'em!
Variety Pack of Annie Haven Moo-Poo Manure Teas ( "Horse", "Cow" and "Alfalfa")
My biggest gardening weakness is soil fertility. Maybe you, too, need to give your soil and your plants an extra boost. Would be worth a try, don't you think? And, you'll get to try it in all three "flavors".
Peaceful Valley Farm and Garden Supply in Grass Valley, CA
Suppliers of everything organic for the homesteader and urban gardener, except tractors and hay balers. Details to come ...
How to Enter, How to Win
How it will work ... post a comment on *My Real Blog* (http://www.genosgarden.blogspot.com) saying something about pruners, sprouts, manure tea or hay balers. (Also, make sure a return link to you shows up in the comment box so I can contact you.) Random drawing for winners will take place on Nov. 30th. Good Luck!
Whether you need garden design, coaching,seasonal maintenance or planting, Geno's Garden can help! Call me at (916) 764-5243, or email email@example.com.
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