Monday, November 5, 2012

Let's Talk Gardening Future!

Tonight we welcome Global Garden Friends as our guest host on #gardenchat! 
Topic 11/5/2012
The future of gardening....growing vegetables/herbs/fruit indoors using hydroponics/kitchen garden units. Is a smart idea due to growing world population, increased food prices, and decreased quality of food while at the same time being exposed to insecticides, etc. Growing indoors means you can grow all year round. And much more.... 

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Product Giveaway 
10 sets of, 1 x Ultimate Plant Cage(Value: $17.95)
10 x 20 packs of clips- 20 pack Ultimate Plant Clips(Value: $4.99) per person.
Friends at @ggardenfriends want to get YOU in the garden  with this giveaway valued at $230! 
1. Comment on This Blog Post  sharing WHAT YOU LOVE about gardening and be sure to include your Twitter name so we can connect with you!

2. Head Over to and LIKE THEM on Facebook leaving a comment on #gardenchat image posting : LINK HERE so we know you visited! 

3. Participate on #gardenchat during the 11/5 Monday night scheduled event.  WE must see you on the transcript saved to qualify!!! 

4.  Tweet NOW  to support the #gardenchat growing event " Join #gardenchat tonight at 9 p.m. with @thegardenchat and @ggardenfriends"  

Winner will be announced on Wednesday at noon on Twitter #gardenchat stream.    If your Twitter account is picked you must respond to @TheGardenChat by MIDNIGHT 11/7 Wednesday by email / DM or tweet!    Please allow 3-4 weeks for delivery of products. 
*#gardenchat / @TheGardenChat is not responsible for any product shipping : the product is donated by @ggardenfriends .


Subversive Hippie said...

What's not to love about it? You get food, exercise, conversation starters, new friends, time with nature, etc. I especially love cooking and sharing the fruits and veggies that I grew. @SubvrsiveHippie

The Redneck Rosarian said...

I love roses! Always looking for creative ways to grow and display them. Also ways to attach them to fences, pergolas and trellis

SuzOH said...

I love the chance to have a little spot I can make beautiful, and attract birds and butterflies.

Geri Laufer said...

I use tomato cages cut in half horizontally as perennial stakes. Would like to investigate these. thanks, Bren.