Sunday, December 11, 2011

Mini Adirondack Bench Giveaway

Interested in mini-gardening?  This Monday on #gardenchat we welcome Janit Calvo of Two Green Thumbs : Living Miniature Gardens who will be our guest host sharing the inside scoop on mini growing.  During this #gardenchat 9-10 p.m. ET scheduled event Janit will be giving away 3 of miniture garden adirondack benches featured in the image below.  You can also view this item on  her website at Two Green Thumbs.
Want to enter the drawing to win this item?   Please sure sure to follow the easy steps below.
1.  Participate in #gardenchat on Monday 9-10 p.m. ET

2. Follow @twogreenthumbs and @TheGardenChat on Twitter .

3. Tell us if you have grown a mini garden before by leaving a comment on this blog post.

4. If your name is picked during the 9-10 p.m. ET #gardenchat event on Monday 12/12 you must DM @TheGardenChat or @BG_garden your shipping information by midnight or you forfeit.

Thank you Janit at @TwoGreenThumbs for sharing the wonderful world of growing mini with us on #gardenchat.

5 comments:

Susan Hemann said...

I have grown a mini garden before and so has my daughter. I have an adirondeck chair on my porch which I just love. A mini one would be so cute!

mybiggreenpen.com said...

I have planted a mini garden and love them! They are so much fun to look at and there are so many little details you can add to make them unique!

Native Gardener said...

Janit, I have done miniature roomboxes and landscaped, but not with REAL plants! Are you working in a certain scale? Your adirondack bench would look nice outside my mini greenhouse. See you at #gardenchat

SolakNC said...

Haven't tried a mini-garden yet, but I have a suspicion I probably will after tonight's chat!

inhabiting_trees said...

I made a Mini Cemetary in a terrarium, does that count as mini gardening? LoL
http://outlawathome.blogspot.com/2011/10/mossy-boneyard-terrarium.html

And I've had a few Bonsais:
http://outlawathome.blogspot.com/2010/04/bonsai-not-banzai.html
If I win the Adirondack bench, it will find its new home under the bonsai :)