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Share your gorgeous garden - and win!

Tag us on social media in a pic of your gorgeous garden, and you could win an engraved trophy 'Garden of the Month' trowel to get your 2019 garden off to a flying start! Find out how to enter.
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Share your gorgeous garden - and win!
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Share your gorgeous garden - and win!

We all love our gardens. Each garden is special, whether it’s a generous expanse of greenery, or a compact courtyard. Even if your gardening space is a balcony or window box, or if you’re an indoor gardener, you can enjoy the sense of calm, the appreciation of beauty and the simple joy that gardening brings.

And of course it’s lovely to be able to share the fruits of our labours. But because we can’t all open our gardens for the National Garden Scheme, we thought it would be nice to create a way for gardeners to share their gardens here, on the Burgon & Ball website. And our Garden of the Month competition is now back for the 2019 season!

Each month we enjoy looking through the pictures you send us, and we post the best three on our homepage, for everyone to enjoy. Even better, our favourite image each month wins a gorgeous gardening prize: a very special limited edition RHS-endorsed trophy trowel, proudly engraved with the 'Burgon & Ball Garden of the Month' crest. 

To be in with a chance of winning, simply send us a photo of your garden on social media, tagging us using @burgonandball.

To enter, you might choose to post a photo which sums up a season, a new gardening project, or a truly spectacular bloom that you'd like to put in the spotlight. Gorgeous sheds, towering sunflowers, cosy corners to enjoy a glass of something cold, a single stunning rose, a super-stylish windowsill of succulents, a swathe of poppies, a wild visitor to your garden… we’d love to see your 2019 garden!

It's easy to send us your photo - we’re on FacebookTwitter and Instagram, as well as Pinterest and YouTube. Just look out for @burgonandball

So why not share your beautiful garden on social media, tagging us @burgonandball – you might see your photo on our site, and win a beautiful engraved trowel

 

Here's the small print:

This giveaway is open to UK residents over the age of 18 only. No purchase necessary. No cash alternative is available. The judges’ decision will be final. One winner will receive one prize pack of one engraved RHS-endorsed hand trowel. Winners will be contacted by Burgon & Ball directly. Employees of Burgon & Ball and their family members aren’t eligible to win. Entrants may enter multiple times; entries created by a bot or a service that automatically enters participants are not eligible to win.

We draw your attention to our privacy policy here.

 

 

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