Spring Time “Keep on Growing” Give Away !

Keep on Growing Give Away

I am so happy that SPRING TIME is finally here ! because I’ll be launching my “Keep on Growing”series here on my blog which is about my triumphs and failures along with the “What was I thinking?” laughs in my 2nd year of organic container gardening on my patio.

When I started gardening last year I must say it was overwhelming to say the least but luckily I was determined to follow through and I wanted to share my experience with those who were staring the same journey. So I searched for the information I needed to help me through people I met at farmers markets – festivals and of course Pinterest. It was a great experience meeting so many people who had such a passion for growing.

“Just because you have a small space to start growing in doesn’t mean you can’t make it beautifully brillant”

– Enspired Visions

So now that I am going forward in this journey I would like to give a gift to YOU to help you start or continue on your growing journey.

Winner Receives : Seed Packets

  • Calabrese Broccoli
  • Tommy Toe Tomato
  • Aunt Molly’s Ground Cherry
  • Long Red Florence Onion
  • California Wonder Pepper
  • Provider Bean
  • Stowell’s Evergreen Corn
  • Hale’s Best Melon
  • Chris Cross Watermelon
  • Snowball Cauliflower

Earrings :

  • Grow Your Food
  • I Heart Organics
  • Flower Power
  • Soulful Corn

 

  1. To enter just leave a comment below on what has Enspired you to start gardening? if you haven’t started gardening yet ? Leave a comment about what has held you back from starting.
  2. You can also have additional entries by liking Enspired Visions Facebook page – following Enspired Visions on Pinterest Twitter  and  Instagram

Contest ends on April 24th 2013 – Winner will be chosen randomly and contacted by email.                 Good Luck !

Winner of Give Away

This Give Away is Now Closed.

A Big Thank you to Everyone who entered.

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7 thoughts on “Spring Time “Keep on Growing” Give Away !

  1. I was raised to love gardening. My mom always had a garden and I was always involved in planting it, watering etc. When I got married we moved into an apartment and it never really seemed possible, when we finally moved to a bigger place I was still stuck with a concrete jungle of a backyard so I started container gardening. I had jalapenos, cilantro and tomatoes. Every year since then I have planted more and more. I am now living somewhere where I have a little bit of dirt and have a ton of containers. This year I have 3 tomato plants, jalapenos, watermelon, zucchini , red onions, cucumbers, green beans, carrots and strawberries. My two children love their garden and will eat anything they grow. It’s actually pretty hard for anyone else to get into the veggie eating since they pick it , wash it and eat before they even get inside with it. Haha!

  2. I started gardening a few years ago when produce prices started getting so high and the quality was getting quite bad. I was able to learn and teach my son who is now also an avid gardener. We grow a vairety of heriloom tomatos, pappers, herbs, melons and squashes. It had both increased our quality time together and increased our nutritional value.

  3. I’m not a gardener yet!! But my dad is!!! I love to help him in his garden! I have yet to begin my own garden because he lives in another state and I’m afraid to start on my own! I think this package will for sure give me my mojo to get started!! Looking forward to your Enspiration!!
    Tyronica

  4. Gardening is the highlight of my day. I love seeing the plants grow and then being able to eat straight out of my garden! We got the three sisters, onions, garlic, snowpeas, tree collards, potatoes, lemons, limes, oranges, apples, peaches, and nectarines going right now…

  5. This will be my first year planting a vegetable garden. I’m really excited. I decided to start growing my own food because the produce in stores is all genetically modified now and I’m not going to pay double the price for something labeled ‘organic’. Especially when over half of ‘organic’ companies are owned by large non-organic corporations. 🙂

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