Tuesday, December 13, 2011

Greenway Product Giveaway

No Spider Mites™ and No Powdery Mildew™  Product Giveaway from @GrnNutrients  on Twitter
Check Out @GrnNutrients site : No Spidermites

 About the product :
Greenway Nutrients® is your one-stop shop for beautiful greenery. Home of No Spider Mites™ and No Powdery Mildew™, we provide the leading products in the garden industry.

  • 100% Organic
  • Tested & Approved
  • Immediate Solutions
  • Guaranteed Safety

About the Giveaway: 
Are you interested in giving this product to the gardener on your holiday list?   Here is how you can enter to win one of these product bundles.    FIVE qualifying participants will win this giveaway on Sunday, December 12/ 18/2011 .

To qualify in this drawing that will take place on 12/16/ 2011 follow the easy steps below: 

1.)  Be sure to follow @TheGardenChat and tweet out "  Season of Giving on #gardenchat http://twurl.nl/f75t17 @TheGardenChat #gardenchat "

2.)  Comment on THIS blog and share with us what plants are most commonly attacked by spider mites in your garden or greenhouse.
3.) Follow the #gardenchat tweets on Sunday  12/18/2011 to see if your name is picked at 10 p.m. ET

4.) Names drawn at 10 p.m. ET must send shipping information to @theGardenchat or @BG_garden by Midnight 12/18/2011 . 

* random.org is used to select the name from this blog post at 10 p.m. ET.  12/18/11 @TheGardenChat is not responsible for the product being donated to this event.  Winner must message @TheGardenChat their shipping information by Sunday 12/18/2011 MIDNIGHT in order to receive this item.  IF we do not receive your shipping information at that time you are will forfeit the product.

Questions or Concerns ?  Please leave a comment on our blog post and we will respond as soon as possible.  Happy Season of Giving 2011!

** This product is not endorsed by #gardenchat / @TheGardenChat. The #gardenchat / @TheGardenChat has NOT BEEN paid to network this product.   #gardenchat is a place where gardeners can connect using social media. The products being presented during the Season of Giving event on #gardenchat have been donated by companies who would like to share in the growing community of #gardenchat.  


1 comment:

SolakNC said...

We've been lucky here that spider mites haven't been a pest problem, although we grow many of the plants they are known to affect, from daylilys to tomatoes. Just in case, though, it would be nice to have a remedy at hand.