This week’s new Garden World Report show is taking a fun turn for garden enthusiasts!
Oprah does a yearly show around this time of the year where she presents her favorite products and does a giveaway.
I’m giving out garden products to some lucky Garden World Report viewers!
I’ll explain later in this post how to win!
Also on this week’s show, I’m showcasing three amazing “garden heros” who are making the world a better place through gardening and helping to improve other’s lives.
Kylee Baumle, garden blogger of Our Little Acre presents the mastermind behind an award winning children’s garden, Louise Hartwig .
You will be inspired! I was.
Jose Soto is their “2009 Urban Renewal” winner.
Watch Jose on the Garden World Report show.
“ECHO” stands for “Educational Concerns for Hunger Organization” and this organization is spotlighted as an international garden hero.
ECHO trains future “garden ambassadors” who go throughout the world to underdeveloped countries and teach other’s how to be self sufficient by growing their own food!
Jean Ann always presents easy to understand tips for navigating the online world. Follow her series on the Garden World Report and listen to her podcast, Good Enough Gardening, she’s great!
Suzi McCoy, garden media expert of the Garden Media Group contributes a second installment to her series, “Garden Trends for 2010.”
Suzi is talking about “multi-purpose gardens,” or gardens that serve other functions other than just looking pretty!
I like that…double duty!
I’m even giving away garden products.
Here’s the lowdown:
Watch the show and email me afterwards.
The first person to email me and request one of the particular products, will win that product.
Now, I’m not Oprah, so I don’t have thousands of items to giveaway.
Please request only one of the products that I showcased and the first request will win!
You can select from:
1. Eco-Lawn : a bag of seeds will cover approximately 1000 sq feet. This is the “granddaddy of drought tolerant lawns” made of seven different fine fescue seeds.
2. Ups A Daisy: Planter inserts that are a much more clever solution than using “packing peanuts” to minimize the area in containers for soil. Drainage holes also promote great aeration for plant roots.
3. Potlifters: An ergonomic strapping system to help you lift up to 200 pounds in the garden. Move oversized pots and other Â odd-shaped things like boulders, logs and more.
4. “Easy Bloom” Plant Sensor: A high tech, but easy to use tool that takes the guesswork out of planning appropriate plants for the garden. Easy Bloom also helps to diagnose water and climate problems for failing plants.
Start watching the Garden World Report Show!
It’s fun, I promise.
Go, what are you waiting for!