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Wednesday, 6 November 2013

Win £50 National Garden Voucher

This month we have been offered a £50 National Garden Voucher for one lucky reader to win. With access to over 2,000 leading garden centres, make sure your kitted out this Autumn! Choose from over 90,000 garden and leisure products – this is the perfect give away for any garden lover. You don’t need to be an experts to appreciate this offer – Enter now for your chance to win!
To enter simply tell us what you would spend your voucher on.
Extra entries can be made by sharing this competition on Twitter (include #DiligentGardener) or by liking our page and sharing the competition on Facebook.

An additional entry can be made by "following" this blog via Google Friend Connect

Terms and conditions: This competition closes at 23.59 on 30 November 2013. 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 from the valid entries and will be announced here on the blog. Please make sure we are able to contact you if you do win.Entries can be made as "anonymous" on the blog but if you don't leave a Twitter name or other way to contact you then those will not be counted.

258 comments:

  1. Bulbs for spring colour

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  2. Autumn bedding plants to brighten up the front of my home

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  3. I would spend the voucher on some rose bushes to brighten up my garden

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  4. I would like some plants to brighten up my graden

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  5. Something colourful for my mum's garden.

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  6. I would buy some spring and summer bulbs, Tulips and Gladioli

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  7. I'd spend it on my new allotment. We're clearing it over the winter but it'd be great to get it looking nice in spring!

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  8. Tulips and clematis' my two favourites

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  9. I would buy a new wooden planter

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  10. A bay tree for my front garden.

    @rachiegr

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  11. I would use it to help out with my veg garden it is a bit lack luster but this would really help out getting it up and running again next year

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  12. some bulbs for the springtime and a pair of new gardening gloves

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  13. A small tree, to replace one I lost last winter.

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  14. Nematodes to try and control the slugs which even killed my herbs this year.

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  15. Bits and pieces for a veggie garden I think.

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  16. Lots of veg seeds and some compost to grow them in.

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  17. A new spade and fork and maybe some secateurs

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  18. I'd love to buy a new mini greenhouse (mine got destroyed just a few weeks ago in bad weather) and some vegetable & herb seeds.

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  19. Would have to be seeds and new hand tools for our allotment which would help getting it ready for spring and the new season ahead.

    Laura Harris

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  20. I would spend it on vegetables as Id like to start growing

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  21. Wow, i would buy some new pots , thanks for the chance to win this xx

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  22. A herb garden! I've always wanted to grown my own mint and rosemary :)

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  23. I would buy some plants that are colourful in memory of my best friend who has just sadly left this world. He was always lively and full of colour, so I would choose appropriately.

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  24. I would like to buy a new bench so vouchers would go towards that please

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  25. I'd buy some plants to grow an herb garden

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  26. New veg seeds or put it towards a decent little greenhouse

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  27. I'd put it towards a new cold frame.

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  28. I'd put it towards a small greenhouse...

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  29. I'd buy two ornamental Yew Trees so my house name makes sense!

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  30. I had quite a few fat bumble bees this summer, so would buy more lavender plants, and other bee-friendly plants.

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  31. I would put it towards some raised beds.

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  32. I would love to use it to buy some pots for my garden.

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  33. I would buy loads of vegetable seed ready for next year

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  34. Some new bedding plants for next year.

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  35. some nice new large pots ready for next years patio display :)

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  36. A japanese acer and a pot for it to go in

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  37. Some vegetables for the allotment

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  38. I'd buy compost for next year's flower pots and some manure for the veg plot.

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  39. Some nematodes to help problems with leatherjackets in the lawn

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  40. Lots of seeds for vegetables and flowers

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  41. I really need a long-reach hedge trimmer

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  42. I would put it towards a lawn mower

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  43. Definitely seeds and a propagator for Spring! Want to try and grow more fruit and veg next year

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  44. Hedge Trimmer and assorted garden tools!

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  45. I'd give the vouchers to my mum as she loves gardening! I think she would but lots of vegetable seeds for next summer!

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  46. some winter plants for my pots

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  47. I want to build a fairy garden for my kids (they're 5 and 4) and are so excited at the prospect of seeing a real fairy.

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  48. Definately a new rake. The leaves in my garden are a nightmare !

    Lisa Jones @lucyellie25

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  49. I would buy some grass seed, mines patchy

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  50. I need a little stone divider between my flower bed in the front of the house, and the rest of the grass - otherwise there's never a neat edge for long, and the weeds always creep in.

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  51. some new bulbs for my new raised beds xx

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  52. I would like to plant a tree in mygarden

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  53. some bulbs and winter pansys and primroses

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  54. herbs, vegetables and some fruit trees

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  55. I'd spend it on seeds and new planters for the Spring.

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  56. I have just broken my spade so a new one would be nice, any money left over would go towards some new veggie seeds for next season

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  57. I would use the voucher to buy plants ready for the spring next year

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  58. A new apple tree as my old one was blown down in the recent storm.

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  59. Cottage garden plants for a new bed under development

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  60. I would use the vouchers towards buying a new hose as ours has gone brittle and has some leaks.

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  61. I would buy some bird feeders and food to bring life into the garden during winter

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  62. I would buy a pond to encourage more wildlife into our garden.

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  63. Definatly spring bulbs after all its winter need some life back in the garden already!

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  64. Fruit Trees and bushes for fresh fruit

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  65. I would spend it on some garden tools. My garden is in need of a huge overhaul so some tools to do the job would be perfect.

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  66. towards some paving i think. We have just had a baby so trying to sort out the garden before she gets to the age where she'll be playing out

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  67. flowers and veg

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  68. I would share it with my Mum for her allotment.

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  69. I'd love to get a massive selection of alpines to fill a new rockery I'm building. I love variety of textures and colours and different flowering times! Liked and shared on facebook and following on G+! Thanks for the competition!

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  70. I would love a Japanese maple for the front garden, the autumn colour of a neighbours tree has been amazing this autumn.

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  71. some fruit trees as i'd love to be able to eventually have my own fruit

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  72. Shrubs for shade on the bank behind the house

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  73. Bay Trees for either side of the front door

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  74. Some new pots - my old ones have seen better days!
    @elliefletcher15

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  75. some nice accessorries for my mother garden

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  76. some flowers for my front garden

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  77. Raising part of my garden to more easily grow vegs

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  78. A few small fuchsias to fill gaps in my hedge

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  79. I would actually give it to my brother for Christmas! He has two allotments and loves gardening.

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  80. Pamela says: Plants

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  81. Some spring bulbs to brighten up my garden.

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  82. On some hanging baskets
    tweeted and followed too :)
    @strawmeadow

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  83. I need some new shrubs for the back garden

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  84. Need a new garden hose on a reel

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  85. A large rake and some spring flowering heathers

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  86. I would spend it on Grass Seed for my back garden after this summer of a paddling pool being down and children in and out the lawn has seen better days and needs a little help getting back to normal!

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  87. I would like to spend the voucher on pots for my garden so I can fill it with more colour and make it a more pleasant space.

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  88. astrantia and a rowan tree as the one we had overhanging our garden next door has been chopped down and our goldfinches are no longer around now.

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  89. Vegeatble seeds for next year and some onion sets and seed potatoes.

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  90. My parents have got half-way through creating a water feature but have run out of money. They're so supportive of me that I'd love to give them a bit of help for a change.

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  91. I would put it towards buying a really good windbreak for my hilltop vegetable plot.

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  92. I've just built new raised bed, and it looks a bit bare as the shrubs are young, so some short lived perennials to bulk it up would be nice

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  93. I'd put it towards a large wooden planting trough. There's a space just waiting for it.

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  94. I'd use it to buy a nice pit plant for the house. Some of the plants are poorly in the conservatory after this cold weather, so need a couple to make it look green again!

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  95. I would buy some heather plants for my garden

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  96. WINTER TAR WASH TO PROTECT MY TREES

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  97. I would really like a miniature fruit tree/bush like peach or cherry

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  98. some nice wildlife attracting plants for my front garden - now I've pulled the weeds out of it there arent any other plants left.

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  99. I would use the vouchers for a Christmas planter for my front door to make it seasonal and welcoming. I love all the berry seasonal plants theyare a beautiful finishing touch for the garden for this time of year. Thankyou

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  100. I entered the last comment with my name, sorry just making amends,

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  101. I would be giving the vouchers to my mum so I'd fully expect that she would buy some new gardening gloves! (also liked/shared on facebook under the name of Faye Huntington) with love, faye xx

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  102. Something to make my garden look fantastic for when we sell the house next year.

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  103. Soft fruit bushes

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  104. Spring Bulbs

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  105. Colourful flowers and maybe a water feature

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  106. Hardy ferns to brighten up a shady patch under the apple tree

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  107. some new garden planters

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  108. I don't know what the money would go on exactly but I do know it would be a lovely trip out taking my Nan to spend it on her garden.

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  109. Have also tweeted (@TCbythesea)

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  110. An automatic vent for the greenhouse window.

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  111. I would buy some seeds because I keep meaning to get some

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  112. Glenn Marvell-James20 November 2013 at 10:44

    A Pear Tree.

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  113. a little fire-pit to help keep warm over the winter months

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  114. i would buy shrubs as i have a place in my garden desperate for something to be planted

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  115. I would give it to my lovely Mum who loves her garden,she deserves it :)

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  116. I would spend it on wildflower seeds, and then maybe some plants later, to encourage bees in to the garden.

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  117. Lots of veggie seeds for the new year :)

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  118. A rake and some weedkilller... The garden's a mess right now.

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  119. A new plant pot for my back yard. Following on GFC as Cheryl Lovell

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  120. Some seeds and plants for next spring :-)

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  121. Some spring bulbs would be lovely

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  122. I'd like a climbing rose and wisteria for my garden

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  123. an unusual ornament for my garden and some bright coloured flowers x

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  124. I would spend it some fruit trees

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  125. some plants for next year or vegatable seeds :)

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  126. Some ornamental shrubs that look good all year round :)

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  127. I would buy some big hardy shrubs as nothing seems to grow in my garden!

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  128. I would give it to my hubby for his new gardening business xx he could buy some essential bits to start him off xxxx

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  129. I would purchase some dwarf fruit trees and set up a mini orchard in my garden

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  130. some new plants for my front garden

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  131. I'd spend it on some yummy vegetable plants for my veggie garden! Red cabbage and broccoli would be nice!

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  132. I would buy some small fruit trees. Even in a small garden there is room for the dwarf root stock versions and they give as much blossom and colour as an ornamental tree.

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  133. having just moved into a house that had been unlived in for 4 years the garden was overgrown and need of some love and attention. I'd use it to buy some spring bulbs to give it a pop of colour

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  134. I would love to get a yellow buddleia to attract butterflies.

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  135. seeds and a spade and fork and maybes some bulbs :)

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  136. I would buy summer bedding and pots in the spring

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  137. Steve Miles @Accept_No_Bull28 November 2013 at 22:17

    Plants for my garden

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  138. I want to start growing some veggies not many but a few to have a go to start with so would buy these and the bits needed to make the crop as good as i can

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  139. seeds for summer

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  140. Some nice fragrant flowers and pretty plant pots

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