Good Morning Garden Soldiers! This giveaway is just for you!!! I’m starting my one year blogiversary bash with a gardening giveaway suitable for anyone. Whether you live in a rural acreage or have a tiny apartment in the busiest urban city the Garden Patch™ Grow Box™ will allow you to Grow Your Own Food!
I was super excited when I saw this product as I’m also a container gardener. Besides plots of land scattered throughout the city I also container garden on my front and back patios. I’ve grown annuals, carrots, beets, tomatoes, and peppers in containers. For me the most difficult part of growing in containers has been finding a cost efficient, durable container that lasts.
Here’s a bit of what they have to say.
Easily pick 60 lbs of tomatoes from just one Grow Box. Replace an entire in-ground garden with just 6! The Garden Patch is so simple and efficient, it takes care of itself.
Sets Up in Less Than 5 Minutes
Works anywhere, every time – even for first-time gardeners.
Grows the biggest, juiciest, best tasting tomatoes you’ve ever had.
Automatic feeding and watering without guessing
Comes complete with FREE fertilizer.
No Weeding or back aches – Finally you’ll enjoy your garden instead of toiling in it.
Grows peppers and flowers like a pro.
No guessing or hassles of box gardens and hydroponics. Pays for itself in less than one season.
100% Natural growing.
Guaranteed to be the easiest and most productive garden or your money back.
A mighty little garden for a very little price!
More productive than in-ground gardens and twice the fun.
You can see why I got so excited!! Typically, I write a review when I get a product and test it out. Well, this is going to be a special case. I get to review and blog about this product throughout the entire season. The Garden Patch is sending me 2 boxes in terra cotta to review. I am planning on growing tomatoes in one and peppers in the other. I’m hoping that by the end of the season my tomato plants will do as well as the one above I’m curious and will blog about how it holds up to disease. I’m optimistic since it’s in a container, you water from below and there is a clear barrier between the plant and soil. All key elements.
Check out some of these other pictures.
This last man is growing sweet corn on a rooftop of his apartment. This very well may be a revolutionary easy way to provide nourishing food for your family! If you live in a tiny apartment, check out your rooftop and if there is space, ask your apartment owner if you can grow some veggies up there. For more fun pictures of the Grow Box in action, click here.
What I am really excited about is that The Garden Patch has agreed to send one lucky ready there very own Grow Box which retails at $29.95! The lucky winner will also have the option to choose their Grow Box in Terra Cotta or Green.
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Every comment must include an email address – it’s ok if you comment with your blog account as long as I can get to your email through your blog! The giveaway ends April 1st and is open to the Continental US only. The winner will be chosen by random.org.
Good Luck Garden Soldiers!
Part 1: Ordering Seed Catalogs
Part 2: Understanding the differences between Heirloom, Hybrid, GMO, and Organic Seeds
Part 3: Planting Zones, Frost Dates, and Planting Calendars
Part 4. Understanding Succession Planting
Part 5. Spring Time is Near! It’s Time to Start Those Seedlings!
Part 6. Growing Seeds Indoors Under Supplemental Lighting
Tomorrow, I will continue onto part 7 of our gardening series, tending your seedlings as so many of us are going through this right now. Thanks again for a wonderful year
This post is a part of Food Renegade’s Fight Back Friday!