Friday, July 29, 2016

PLANT NANNY GIVEAWAY

A couple of days ago CLICK HERE, I posted a review of the Plant Nanny watering system.  

Well, the wonderful folks at Plant Nanny sent us an extra set for us to host a giveaway!  Yep, it's time for a giveaway!  Woo hoo!

Plant Nanny Recycle a Wine Bottle
Their website is HERE.  

As we aren't at the farm during the week, we do have the need for something to water in our absence and they are working wonderfully for us so far.


Recycling wine bottles to water your plants is easy with the Recycle a Wine Bottle Stake. It’s a great way to water plants day-to-day, and the perfect solution to keep plants watered while on vacation. As the soil dries, our terracotta stake slowly releases water from the reservoir deep into the soil and directly to the root system.  Plants grow healthier by getting consistent moisture where it’s most needed.

And indeed, it's been working for us, for the plants we have on the porch...


So, as always (and for those new to the blog) the rules are as follows:

We'd like you to be a friend of the farm" (we love having followers and Google recently deleted a bunch of them) but that's not required.  Please leave a comment here on this thread letting us know that you want to be entered.  Remember, be sure your name or your user name is on your comment so that we can have something to write down on the slips of paper when we have the drawing.  If two or three of you post as "anonymous", we can't know which "anonymous" wins if that is what is pulled.

The contest will run until 11:59pm, Monday night, to give everyone the weekend and a day.  At that time, we'll randomly pick one winner, post the results and the winner will need to email us with their shipping address at that time.  

We'll ship your PLANT NANNY SET directly to you within a few days
(wine bottles not included, ha)

Sorry, due to overseas shipping cost of a heavy item, giveaway is only open to US and Canadian residents.

One entry per person.

Thanks and good luck!

(leave your request below as a comment, we don't reply to the comments here so we can just have a list of the names entered)


GIVEAWAY HAS NOW ENDED, CLOSED TO ENTRIES, DRAWING TOMORROW NIGHT!


35 comments:

Colleen said...

What a wonderful giveaway and so generous of you to do this.
I Thank You.
Yes; please enter my name in the drawing.
Have a great weekend.

Anonymous said...

I would love to be entered as well. Thought the Plant Nanny would be wonderful for my container vegies in lovely and "warm" SE Texas

Tara M

Peg said...

I'd love to be entered for the giveaway. I have a spike with a small owl as the reservoir, but it's so small that it doesn't do much good. These would work well in my big pots.

Janice said...

The watering nannies are a great idea. I have plastic ones that you use with a
plastic pop bottle but the ones you are giving away are far more environmentally friendly. great improvement!!!

janie said...

Great Idea, please enter me in to the drawing. I would love to use these on my potted tomato plants.

Have a great day, Janie

Linda said...

Please enter my name in the drawing. These
would be great in my deck plants!
LindaP

carol pavlik said...

Sweet! I need all the help I can get. Count me in.

Anne in the kitchen said...

I would love to enter the giveaway. These would be great for the plants at the lake place!

Elephant's Child said...

Good luck to all those who enter. They look like a brilliant idea - and stylish with it.

Gemmagirl said...

What a great idea. Should I start on the wine?

Sara Brown said...

Please enter me!!!
Sara Brown

Sulamith said...

Please enter me in the Plant Nanny drawing. Thank you!

Sulamith

Kjb2000 said...

Please enter me in the giveaway - this looks like a great product!

Carla said...

Checked out the website. Would love to be entered for this. Looks like a great solution to watering.

Tonya @ My Cozy Little Farmhouse said...

Please include me in the drawing :) I don't drink, but fortunately I have plenty of friends who do. So I should have empty wine bottles in no time!

Unknown said...

Would love to win these! Thanks for the opportunity!

Noel
Spring Flat Creek Farm

Sarah said...

I'd love to win these. Thanks for hosting this giveaway!

Sarah
(Sarahrose_914@yahoo.com)

EmmaMae said...

You can put my name in that hat! It's hotter than the devil's pitchfork and dryer than the water cooler in his break room down here in El Paso! We need all the watering we can get.

George Booth said...

Awesome, yes, please enter me in the contest!
George Booth
Thanks!

Brenda Jeffrey said...

Enter me please! Love your blog, look forward to reading each post.

Barbara said...

I wou;d love to win! I can sure use the watering help!

Karen Landrum said...

I would love these and sure could use them. We have plenty of wine bottles, too, lol. Thank you for sharing all of your great finds!

Karen K.L.

Katie C. said...

I would like to be entered into your give away! Our veggies are always needing water!

Pam said...

Those look amazing! Yes, please enter me in the drawing! Thanks so much :)

Margaret said...

Well, you can add my name too - my potted plants are always looking around, wondering when I'll remember to water them. Thanks!

Stephanie Tomasco said...

Please enter me, I love this idea!
Stephanie T

Alison said...

A reason to start drinking wine....awesome! I'd like to play!

Kim J. said...

I'd love to be entered. I think, even if I win, I will buying some of these for my place. Thank you.

mommar6 said...

Please enter me in your generous giveaway.

Anonymous said...

Thanks for introducing us to this wonder of a waterer!
Sue

Lana in Phoenix said...

I'm new to your site and am really enjoying catching up! Very good blog! Please include my name in your drawing. Thanks! By the way, we're having an extremely hot summer here, too. We don't have the high humidity that you do, though.
Lana in Phoenix

Marcia said...

I've been a long time friend. Please enter me in your contest. I could use those for pots on the balcony.

Stephen Harding said...

What a great idea. I always worry about my garden when we are away. I'm quite envious of your farm, though I doubt I could convince my partner to start one--he grew up on a farm and couldn't wait to get away. Good luck to you, Stephen H

Anonymous said...

Enter me please. Been reading your blog forever seems like but never commented. Always look forward to checking what y'all have been up to.
Elaina

beachdaddy said...

Way popular, so not much chance .. but here goes:
Clifton Leatherwood
beachdaddy101@gmail.com
Tucson AZ