With many of us returning to work as lockdown measures are easing, we’re probably spending a bit less time in the garden than we were in early summer. The weather is still lovely though and August to September offers some beautiful light to sit out and enjoy your garden after putting all that hard work in earlier in the year. I have teamed up with some fab bloggers to offer one lucky winner the chance to win a £100 M&S Hamper of their choice. There are lots to choose from, what better way to sit out and enjoy the good weather while it lasts?!
Up for giveaway is a £100 M&S hamper of your choice. With plenty to choose from you can choose yourself a lovely treat!
Rules & Enter
1. There is one top prize of a £100 M&S hamper of the winner’s choosing.
2. There are no runner up prizes
3. Open to UK residents aged 18 and over, excluding all bloggers involved with running the giveaway
4. Closing date for entries is midnight on 31.08.20
5. The same Rafflecopter widget appears on all the blogs involved, but you only need to enter on one blog
6. Entrants must log in to the Rafflecopter widget, and complete one or more of the tasks – each completed task earns one entry in the prize draw
7. Tweeting about the giveaway via the Rafflecopter widget will earn five bonus entries into the prize draw.
8. 1 winner will be chosen at random.
9. The winner will be informed by email within 7 days of the closing date and will need to respond within 28 days with their delivery address, or a replacement winner will be chosen.
10. The winners’ names will be published in the Rafflecopter widget (unless the winner objects to this).
11. The prizes will be despatched within 14 days of the winner confirming their address.
12. The promoter is www.EmmaDrew.info 13. By participating in this prize draw, entrants confirm they have read, understood and agree to be bound by these terms and conditions To enter simply complete any or all of the Rafflecopter entry widgets below a Rafflecopter giveaway Good luck!
July and August is when the verbena bonariensis comes into its own. It’s full of bees and butterflies at this time of year, filling their boots with its nectar. It’s a lovely plant to add movement and height to a garden. It gently bobs in the breeze, and can grow to about 2 metres if it likes its position. Continue reading “Verbena Bonariensis – Plant of the Week (2nd August)”
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