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Thursday, 28 June 2012

Win Seeds from Seed Parade


The lovely people at Seed Parade (http://www.seedparade.co.uk/) are offering two lucky readers the chance to win 50 packets of seed each (a random selection of seed packets will be sent out)

With Seed Parades garden seeds, you could have strong, healthy growing plants with high yields of delicious fruits, vegetables and herbs. They only choose the finest quality seeds from around the world which are then sent to you in a padded envelope, so they arrive fresh and ready to sow. They also don’t go overboard on packaging, which means they can offer first class royal mail postage for only 129 pence and reduce the amount of waste produced.

To top it off, they also have a range of thousands of heirloom, traditional and rare varieties of every seed for mere pennies, so you can find your usual choice or try something new!

As well as selling top quality seed, Seed Parade also have an interesting blog and forum that are well worth checking out.

To enter simply follow the Diligent Gardener and then visit the http://www.seedparade.co.uk/ website and tell us which variety of seed is your favourite. Extra entries can be made by sharing this competition on Twitter (include #DiligentGardener) or facebook.

Terms and conditions: This competition closes at 23.59 on 12 July 2012. Any entries received after this time will not be counted. Entrants must be UK residents aged 18 years or older to enter. By entering this competition you agree and consent to your name being published and by taking part in the competition, entrants are deemed to have read, understood and accepted all of the Terms and Conditions and agreed to be bound by them. The winner will be selected at random and will be announced here on the blog.

115 comments:

  1. The Tomato Black Cherry look really cool, never seen black tomatos before!

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  2. Tomato Black Russian

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  3. Tomato Black Russian - so unusual

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  4. Silene Jack Flash so pretty

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  5. Candytuft Crown Mixed - they look gorgeous! :D
    @RachaelSimmons4

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  6. Strawberry Golden Alexandria 350 seeds .. They would be nice for Summer :)

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  7. These ones are awsome
    http://www.seedparade.co.uk/products/Tomato_Black_Cherry_100_seeds-262-0.html

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  8. Aquilegia Double Pleat Blue & White 30 seeds

    Unbelievably pretty for any sized garden.

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  9. I wouldn't mind trying these Hot Pepper - Habanero Orange, or the Cucumber Lemon,

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  10. Aubergine black beauty

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  11. Tomato Black Russian

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  12. Sweet Pea Parfumerie mix - just adore the smell of Sweet Peas

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  13. It has to be Sweet Pea Parfumiere they are so beautiful to look at and the smell is just wonderful love sweet peas :) xx

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  14. The Cape Gooseberry as they are so easy to grow, the fruit taste fantastic and the kids love them

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  15. i have also tweeted @Runnerduck22

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  16. The Tomato Black Russian sound amazing but I think I'd go for the Basil Lemon as I can think of so many things to use it for.

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  17. Candytuft crown mixed - lovely!

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  18. Castor Oil Plant. Curious to see if I could grow one from seed.

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  19. Cape Gooseberry.

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  20. love the idea of making my own paprika with Pepper/Paprika Kalocsai

    @maxineflossy

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  21. Silene Jack Flash these look really nice and will be getting these next year to grow

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  22. Painted lady Runner Bean

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  23. Cucumber Marketmore 76 100 seeds

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  24. These sound delish "Basil Sweet Genovese 800 seeds"

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  25. sweet pea parfumiere

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  26. Hot Pepper - Habanero Orange

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  27. Delphiniums Pacific Giant the shades of blue are breathtaking

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  28. Delphinium Crown Pacific Mix gorgeous colous especially the dark blue ones

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  29. Tomato Black Cherry

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  30. I really like the look of the Castor Oil Plant - wold be a great addition to my patio

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  31. Brigitte Leprince30 June 2012 at 11:44

    I like the look of the Dwarf French Bean named Purple Queen!

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  32. Tomato black cherry so unusual

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  33. Silene Jack Flash lovely bright colour

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  34. Watermelon Crimson Sweet

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  35. Sweet Pea

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  36. Hot Pepper - Cayenne Red

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  37. Tomato Black Russian. x

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  38. Kniphofia, Torch Lilly. What a beauty.

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  39. Shared on Facebook - Christine Lockley

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  40. Sha on Twitter - @ChrissieLockley

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  41. Wow! Never knew there were so many different and colourful varieties. But the Courgette Atena Polka stood out with there bright yellow skins, would look great in a stir fry!!

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  42. Definitely the Sweet Pea Parfumerie mix!

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  43. Summer Squash - Sunburst F1 5 seeds. Absolutely love summer squashes and this is one of my favourites!

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  44. Spinach Medania, my new favorite!

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  45. Tomato Black Russian

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  46. I like the Foxglove Excelsior Mix

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  47. I've always wanted to grow Basil so I'd say the Basil Lemon

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  48. The Tomato Black Cherry - I haven't heard about them before this year and enjoyed one that a colleague bought in. I would love to grow my own!

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  49. Sweet Pea Parfumiere Mix 30 seeds

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  50. Hot Pepper - Bulgarian Carrot. Chillis are the only thing that have survived the slug attacks this Summer!

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  51. Tomato Black Russian @WISHGIRL123

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  52. Tomato Black Cherry @philibaldi

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  53. The sweet pepper. I am trying to grow some (just one would do!) this year for the first time ever. Fingers and everything else crossed here!

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  54. Has to be these gorgeous strawbs - http://www.seedparade.co.uk/products/Strawberry_Golden_Alexandria_350_seeds-74-28.html

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  55. Tomato Black Cherry looks delicious

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  56. sweet pea parfumiere - love sweet pea

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  57. Have tweeted @carrieh22

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  58. Sweet pea parfumiere - love the scent!

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  59. Sweet pea parfumiere

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  60. Strawberry Golden Alexandria

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  61. Delphinium Crown Pacific Mix, we got these in the garden at the minute and they are big and beautiful

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  62. Lupin Russel Mix - I love Lupins, they remind me of my nanna who passed away when i was just 9. She loved her garden and had Lupins in every colour imaginable. They were as tall as me and i always felt like Alice in Wonderland when she shrinks when in my nannas garden :)

    mariadeanronan@hotmail.co.uk

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  63. Shared on twitter as @mariajkknight

    mariadeanronan@hotmail.co.uk

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  64. Shared on facebook as Maria Jane Knight

    mariadeanronan@hotmail.co.uk

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  65. The tomato Black Krim looks amazing and so unusual

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  66. Cape Gooseberry look good to me and probably delicious in a crumble or pie.

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  67. Black Cherry Toms! Yum - growing them for the first time this year!

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  68. Aquilegia McKanas Giant Mix, the colours are gorgeous.

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  69. oh i these are nice and colourful and i love annual flowers http://www.seedparade.co.uk/products/Morning_Glory_Carnevale_di_Venezia_20_seeds-281-19.html

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  70. lupin Russel Mix - I love lupins

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  71. Love the look of the Climbing French Bean Cosse Violette. I think different coloured veg is great for keeping kids interested. Growing at home also increases their interest in trying new things.

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  72. Aster Carousel Blended Mix 150 seeds - love them xx

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  73. Briza Maxima


    http://www.seedparade.co.uk/products/Briza_Maxima_100_seeds-248-18.html

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  74. would love to try the Cape Gooseberry it sounds great

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  75. I like the look of the Tomato Berry F1 5 seeds as I gorw a lot of tomatoes but I have never seen these before!

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  76. Tomato Black Cherry

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  77. Silene Jack Flash are cracking.

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  78. Rahela Ahmed-Uddin11 July 2012 at 23:44

    I like Summer Squash - Sunburst F1 5 seeds

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  79. I love loads of your seeds, but really adore all the tomatoes, black cherry looks lush, xxx

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  80. I love loads of your seeds, but really adore all the tomatoes, black cherry looks lush, xxx

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  81. Lot's of votes for the black cherry tom's I have grown them for a couple of years and they are lovely but don't think they will do much this year? Would like to give these a try
    http://www.seedparade.co.uk/products/Cauliflower_All_The_Year_Round_200_seeds-184-36.html

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  82. Tweeted as @pompeypaul30 here ->
    https://twitter.com/pompeypaul30/status/223514087626248192
    Shared on FB here-> http://www.facebook.com/paul.kay30/posts/336477913099382
    and gave you a G+ as well :-)

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