Sunday, September 30, 2012

Worms Way Giveaway on #gardenchat


You are going to want to join in the conversation on Twitter #gardenchat this Monday with a giveaway that will get your growing year-round for sure! Worm’s Way has contributed the following package (which will also include a one-time 20% off lighting fixture coupon) All of these products retail at $127.  Worms Way is so excited to host and help people get started/learn more about their indoor gardens!

 FloraSeries Performance Pack  http://www.wormsway.com/detail.aspx?t=prod&sku=FSPP400 


 Sunleaves Garden of Ease (Hydroponic System) http://www.wormsway.com/detail.aspx?t=prod&sku=SGE200
 
1)      General Hydroponics pH Control Kit http://www.wormsway.com/detail.aspx?t=prod&sku=GPC500
  


To be entered in the drawing to win the above products you must 

1. Participate on #gardenchat Twitter chat 9-10 p.m. ET  while @WormsWay guest host all about growing indoors.  Participate means you have tweeted at least 1 time on the hashtag #gardenchat  

2. Follow @wormsway on Twitter .

3. Share with us on this blog post what you enjoy growing year-round in your home or garden.  



At the end of the #gardenchat @WormsWay would like to give out a discount code for everyone who attends this Twitter chat for 10% off their purchase on wormsway.com from October 1st-October 7th

If you are the winner of the above products being donated by Worms Way please allow 3-5 weeks for delivery.  The giveaway in this blog post can ONLY BE SHIPPED TO USA.

Can't wait to Tweet with you about how everyone can get growing something indoors on #gardenchat Twitter Monday October 1, 2012. 




8 comments:

Geri Laufer said...

In my Zone 8A climate we grow outdoors year-round, and I have just finished planting the pansies, viola, parsley, flowering cabbage and ornamental kale in my flower beds.
But I also bring the outdoors inside with basil and lemon balm carried over along with some of my favorite coleus, not to mention houseplants! thanks for being the guest host on #gardenchat tonight!

thesubversivehippie said...

I also live in a Zone 8A climate where we can grow outdoors year-round. I haven't got anything put out yet this fall with all that has been happening with my mother's and my health, but I do have a lot of house plants and also herbs inside and out. The herbs are probably the most enjoyable right now, since they can even make the store bought ingredients pop with flavor. One fruit that I would love to grow year-round though is the tomato. See you all tonight!

SolakNC said...

We grow year round here in NC. We just picked up our fall/winter plants today. Violas, pansies, dianthus and mums. The raised beds are filled with spinach, beets, radishes, lettuce, kale and other cole crops. Like Geri, we also have many houseplants that need to come innow, especially the various angel wing begonias. Thanks for hosting #Gardenchat tonight, and thanks for the giveaway. Looking forward to the chat. Tom/@SolakNC

Modern Mia said...

I'm halfway through my first year of growing in our new zone 7B. So far, the sunflowers are the most prolific growing thing in the garden. Unless you count the squirrels eating my veggies..they're growing fat off my produce.

jchapstk said...

I enjoy growing tropicals and herbs indoors year round. I also grow cacti and succulents indoors year round.

Sadie said...

I love to grow herbs all year long.
sadiebeery at hotmail dot com
@OhioCatfish

Dottie said...

tal Mtns we overwinter cole & carrots & perennial herbs & chard, indoors my home is a houseplant jungle!

Kerrie Rosenthal said...

Just love growing all the time!!