With books like Animal, Vegetable, Miracle by Barbara Kingsolver (so generously donated by Pam from Pam's English Cottage Garden), Bringing Nature Home by Doug Tallamy, prizes from Cobrahead, GardenShoesOnline, West County Gardener, Annie Haven, Botanical Interests, Renee's Garden, the Seed Keeper Company, books by Shawna Coronado, Joe Lamp'l & Chris McLaughlin, a Snowdrop collection to plant in your garden (generously donated by Carolyn of Carolyn's Shade Gardens)
...and even more I won't mention...what are you waiting for?! This is a way cool giveaway, even if I do say so myself! I am more than honored and thrilled that so many companies and people are donating to this 'awareness and sharing' party!
So come on over, leave a comment and you will be entered! If you prefer a chance to win the Fiskars Rain Barrel or the Keter tumbling Composter, then write a short blog post and link it...but there is no need to do that unless you really want to!
Hope to see you there! No, wait...HERE! But you need to get there by April 15th...!
~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ *Have you stopped over to participate in the Gardeners' Sustainable Living Project? It will be 'open' until April 15th so you have plenty of time. I am giving away over 20 garden gifts including a Rain Barrel and a Composter. Be sure to check it out!
Words and photos ©Thanks for today.™, by Jan Huston Doble @ http://www.thanksfor2day.blogspot.com/
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Is the contest open to Canadians? Just to let you know Jan, that blog that was coping all my work and other peoples work has disappeared. FinallyReplyDelete
Yes Melanie, it's open to anyone around the world. The Composter can be sent anywhere in North America and Europe. Fiskars did say they could only ship the Rainbarrel to the US, this year, however (although last yr. they were willing to send it to Canada)...The cost of mailing is an issue.ReplyDelete
However, the other prizes are case by case basis. I am pretty certain though that Canada is not a problem for most of them.
Last yr., a lot of bloggers joined this project and weren't eligible for prizes but did it just for 'fun'. I think that's half of my point for this...to share. But of course, the prizes are motivating factors and in your case you would qualify for the composter and most of the rest of them. Hope you'll join in;-)
AND, I'm glad to hear that blog is no where to be found! Good work!ReplyDelete
This is such a great giveaway!ReplyDelete
I can not leave a comment at the other post - but well I want in (if it is ok for over the sea),ReplyDelete
I have always wish for more of A Snowdrop collection, featuring 5 varieties of Galanthus,
I teach the kids buy letting them help with gardening and to plant there own vegetable and fruits.
I did read it if for all over the world I am in - will write the post to.ReplyDelete
Hi MB, not sure why you couldn't leave a comment. You have to scroll all the way down past the comments--but I see you've left a link so that will count! I am not totally sure what will be able to be sent where, but am attempting to find out. Was informed by Fiskars that they will only do the US; the Composter can be sent to all of North America & Europe.ReplyDelete
Wow! Those books sound like great read! Good luck everyone :)ReplyDelete
Can I link a previous post to your contest? I have one that would be great. I would love to meet you and see your garden. Summer is best for me because of my schedule. Your email isn't posted on your profile.ReplyDelete
Thanks Chandramouli...you should enter. Some of the gifts can be shipped worldwide!ReplyDelete
Casa Mariposa, I sent you a private email;-) Thanks for visiting! My email is on my right sidebar, 2nd item from the top.
If it's not too late I might consider that composter. One always worrys about attracting mice and such. that might be a free way to omit the possibilities. I shall look around while I am here. and comment there if I cannot resist. I do so hope your not a short page blogger.ReplyDelete
Jan, Thank you so much for featuring my snowdrop collage in your post. You are so nice to do that. I just stopped by to review the objectives of the Sustainable Living Project so I could write my post. CarolynReplyDelete
How nice for you to have such a wonderful give-away. Looks like you have some nice things there. I find passing things along to other rewarding. Have fun with this...ReplyDelete
I hope you'll stop over and leave a comment on the entry page...or link a blog post!
Thanks for stopping by, and do leave a comment or link your blog post. I am sometimes a short page and sometimes a long page blogger...I do what I feel like, whenever! I have no particular schedule or agenda;-)