Win A £50 Gardening Voucher

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I 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 Spring! 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.

Competition runs until the 30 November 2013. To enter simply reply to this post, making sure that we are able to contact you if you do win – leave twitter, facebook or email. Additional entries can be obtained by sharing this post on twitter or facebook, but let us know in the comments you have done (we do check). Entry only to 18+ in the UK.

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478 Responses to Win A £50 Gardening Voucher

  1. fred says:

    I would buy some winter pansies

  2. Louise Mason says:

    Soil and weed fabric, and some winter flowers.

  3. Tracey Peach says:

    i would buy some weed killer as my garden needs it

  4. Chris Isaac says:

    I’d give it to my wife

  5. Darren Abbott says:

    Fancy decking a patio area – so would go towards that

  6. Heather Haigh says:

    A planter and some winter pansies to fill it with.

  7. gig says:

    hopefully a bargain

  8. Susan Crosswaite says:

    I would buy some bulbs

  9. Sally C says:

    Some nice pots to plant bulbs in

  10. Margaret Dunlop says:

    Looking to make a pod in the garden so I would put towards that

  11. Zoe says:

    I would buy a new tree for my dad’s garden as his blew away in the storm.

  12. Alison says:

    I would buy some pansies

  13. I would love to buy a leaf blower!

  14. Stuart Edwards says:

    plants

  15. sophie hassan says:

    i would buy some flowers for the winters and plant them with my daughter.she loves to help me in the garden

  16. Vicky limerick says:

    Some outdoor furniture

  17. Claire Johnson says:

    I would put it towards a garden bench

  18. Jackie ONeill says:

    Christmas tree

  19. Nikki Stoton says:

    Some new tools.!

  20. Deborah Munn says:

    I would buy some rose plants to remember those who passed away in my family this year.

  21. Linda Tweed says:

    Pansies for my front garden, and a nice pair of lopping shears (my last pair broke).

  22. Christine Quinn says:

    Could do with this prize!

  23. S Osborne says:

    I would try to find something that the ever-growing rabbit population didn’t find tasty! I have had neatly snipped flower stems all this year… so depressing to look at!

  24. Zoe G says:

    I would buy some new garden tools, mine are all worse for wear

  25. Susan says:

    I would save it to stock the new house we hope to move to soon!

  26. mary heald says:

    Some new raspberry canes

  27. Karen Hambly says:

    I would give it to my mum to replace the plants that blew away in the storm last weekend.

  28. Paula Hambly says:

    Really need some membrane and bark chips as put a fence in and had to pull everything up and still paying for the fence at the moment !

  29. iain says:

    I would give it to my mum

  30. Julie Tift says:

    What a great prize, it would help enormously with the tools I need to clear the garden this autumn/winter

  31. suan watts says:

    Some clematis

  32. David Vessey says:

    Would give them to my parents to spend on their lovely garden!

  33. Meronisha Evans says:

    I would buy some flowers for my gardening hubby.

  34. David Vessey says:

    Also tweeted! @Gbear0382

  35. Becky says:

    I would give it to my Dad and he could buy equipment to help his tomatoes grow

  36. anna fletcher says:

    Some bright winter plants

  37. Neil Molyneux says:

    I would bring some winter plants into my garden to add a little bit of colour

  38. Pam Whitham says:

    winter flowering plants for my tubs

  39. Denise E Sansum says:

    I would give it to my father in law

  40. Samantha J says:

    Some outdoor furniture

  41. Christine Dodd says:

    I’d buy some fruit trees @flowerpowerlife

  42. claire nutman says:

    something for my little garden, some nice planters……….

  43. Janice says:

    I would spend it on garden ornaments

  44. Alex MacCaskill says:

    Seeds for spring, especially for fruit trees, so that this gift can be remembered for years to come.

  45. laura stewart says:

    i would save mine for summer and buy a few apple trees

  46. Michael Garlick says:

    My garden needs some colour; bulbs for the spring I think

  47. Kat Lucas says:

    I would use it towards a Greenhouse

  48. Marc Chivers says:

    I would put it towards a barbecue

  49. liz denial says:

    I’d buy some spring flowering plants

  50. Mary Chez says:

    I would put it towards buying a replacement for my lovely lilac tree that was blown down in the storm

  51. Anne Graham says:

    I’d try to grow something edible!

  52. Sally Lea says:

    Something to liven up my weedy old lawn

  53. Sarah Spencer says:

    I would buy an Apple Tree and a Pear Tree.

  54. Paul Large says:

    Something to spruce up my balcony, having only just moved in!

  55. pauline simpson says:

    I would buy some fruit trees & bushes for next year

  56. Charlotte Fellingham says:

    I have always wanted a Corylus avellana ‘Contorta’, so I’ll probably treat myself to on, happy days!

  57. cat culmer says:

    I would put it towards some new border plants.

  58. tracey ryder says:

    I would buy a fruit tree as my apple tree has died

  59. Michelle says:

    I would buy a new tree

  60. Mark Finch says:

    Seeds to grow vegetables next year, I have just created my own vegetable patch at the end of the garden

  61. Something colourful for winter

  62. CLAIRE HARRINGTON says:

    ID PUT IT TOWARDS A MINI GREENHOUSE, I WANT TO GROW SOME TOMATOES

  63. Holly Smith says:

    My local garden centre sells lovely xmas decorations so I would use the voucher for some of those.

  64. Shelley Hawkins says:

    i would save it to get a real Christmas tree

  65. I would take my parents to the local garden centre and let them choose something lovely

  66. Nick Mellamphy says:

    I would buy my gran a really nice Christmas present!

  67. Tracey Ashburn says:

    I would buy some seeds ready for next year, a fruit tree, i would also give some seeds for my neighbour who is just getting into gardening and always asks me for help 🙂

  68. Lauren says:

    Me and my husband are about to buy our first home and let’s just say the garden needs a bit of work (overgrown jungle with weeds nearly up to the first floor windows!) We’ve never had a garden before and we’re determined to make this one really special. That’s why we’d really love to win this voucher so we could put it towards our garden makeover.

  69. I would put it towards a mini greenhouse, mine blow away

  70. Mary Wilson says:

    I really have to buy oil to waterproof and protect my decking x

  71. J Beale says:

    I would spend it on an obelisk and some sweet pea seeds for a lovely display next summer and any money left over I would buy some vegetable seeds to stock the garden

  72. Anna Ingram says:

    a new lawn mower

  73. katherine elliott says:

    I would buy some spring bulbs (though i’m running out of time to plant any!) i’d also buy some flowering shrubs to beef out the border

  74. Nicola Turner says:

    I would put it towards new fencing pannels or plants to make my new houses garden look nice.

  75. Joanna Butler-Savage says:

    I’ve always wanted a pussy willow tree- they’re beautiful

  76. Neil Hume says:

    I’d put it towards a greenhouse.

  77. Trudi Rankin says:

    Replace the gate that was broken in the recent storm

  78. Vanessa ball says:

    I would buy some winter plants

  79. Neil Hume says:

    Share and tweeted

  80. joanne darnell says:

    some garden pots

  81. Yaracuy says:

    Flowers and more flowers for spring

  82. Gale Grant says:

    I’d replace the rhododendrons that were crushed by the snow last year

  83. It would be Christmas sorted for my Mum

  84. Jean Parker says:

    I would buy an apple tree in memory of my much loved & missed father Robert who died earlier this year. He loved his apples, & always said “an apple a day keeps the Doctor away” He died at the age of 97!

  85. Alana Walker says:

    I would buy a hedge trimmer so our postman can make his way up our path with no difficulties!

  86. I would buy plants that the animals I look after like to eat like letture, tomato and cucumber

  87. John Taggart says:

    A new garden fork

  88. Laura W says:

    I’d buy some seeds and all the equipment I’ll need to start a vegetable patch for next year.

  89. Roger Marsden says:

    Garden Tools.

  90. Lisa J says:

    My husband has been quite worryingly obsessed with getting a leaf blower recently, sao it would go towards one of them I think.

  91. Tracy Newton says:

    I would save them until spring when my garden will need some work doing on it.

  92. vic says:

    I would buy a lovely bush to remember my beautiful cat by who we loved for 17 years.

  93. Nicola says:

    I would buy a new wheelbarrow – mine has a huge hole in it!

  94. jen english says:

    I would buy a really nice Christmas Tree

  95. Anthony Whittaker says:

    I would buy seeds and watch them grow. Much more satisfying than buying plants!

  96. Nikki says:

    I’ve always promised my daughter that I would grow some strawberries in a pot – she loves them – so a strawberry pot and plants!

  97. Alison M says:

    Clearing an area in the back garden to install a trampoline for my daughter and creating a relaxing patio area to sit and watch her bounce about in peace!

  98. sue h says:

    I’d buy a planter and a bay tree

  99. Samantha Lea says:

    I would put it towards a composter

  100. Lisa Slyfield says:

    I would give it to my mother and father in law as they are very keen gardeners and I like to go round there to have a cup of tea and a slice of cake and wonder at their hard work.

  101. sam Swain says:

    I would put it towards some garden furniture that isnt falling apart!

  102. Christine Johnson says:

    l would share with my father and some gardening wellies

  103. Caroline says:

    I’d buy some new window boxes, and get ready for the Spring.

  104. Anne Bostwick says:

    I would put it towards buying a new wooden garden chair as the old one was hurled across the patio and smashed in the storm.

  105. Rikka B says:

    I would love a cold frame.

  106. Tom Gough says:

    My garden

  107. Hilda Wright says:

    I’d buy a great selection of alpines for my new rockery, I really like the variety!

  108. LynneH says:

    Shrubs

  109. katleea35 says:

    I would put it towards a strimmer

  110. Hilda Wright says:

    I’ve shared on facebook and twitter (@wrightyH)!

  111. ValB says:

    Some roses

  112. Rich Barker says:

    Would go towards some garden furniture to enjoy sitting outside during next year’s summer heatwave 🙂

  113. Rebecca Foster says:

    I would buy all my vegetable seed and plants in the spring. I love entering our village produce show in August; the pride in showing my vegetable entries and the excitement of joining in with friends and neighbours is such good fun!

  114. Teresa Lee says:

    A bird table & some seeds for spring

  115. Donna Parkin says:

    am busily tieding a piece of garden that been left for 15 years 20 sacks of brambles ltr yikkees , nearly all done but need some wild garden plants as want to keep it as wildlife area of garden but one i can enjoy not fight to get through

  116. Rena Plumridge says:

    I’d buy a new hoe!

  117. Cheryl Edwards says:

    I would buy a birdhouse and some wild bird food

  118. sarah birkett says:

    in dire need of some new tools , trowel, spade, hoe, and secateurs to start

  119. caroline says:

    I’d buy some nice new planters

  120. Tina Field says:

    I would buy my xmas tree

  121. Natty Dalleywater says:

    I’d treat myself to some beautiful bulbs for the forthcoming spring in my wild garden!

  122. Debbie Burfoot says:

    I would buy some blueberry bushes..something i found that i would really like to grow

  123. Paul Kendall says:

    Two special friends have just moved into a lovely cottage and I have been helping clearing their garden so this will go towards getting some winter shrubs and other equipment

  124. Claire D says:

    An Xmas Tree

  125. Karen Barrett says:

    Winter pansies and ornamental cabbage

  126. strawmeadow says:

    also shared on twitter & Facebook
    @strawmeadow

  127. Cristina Curran says:

    I’d put this towards a new BBQ and hopefully we’ll get to use it lots next year. I also shared on twitter!! @cricrinapoli1

  128. K Beer says:

    Hard to find but i love Phlox’s

  129. Rachael G says:

    I would buy a bay tree for near my front door.

  130. Rachael G says:

    I have also tweeted. @rachiegr

  131. Hayley Morgan says:

    Really need a new fence as a few panels are being held together with a washing line!

  132. Paul Wilson says:

    Vegetable seeds for next year.

  133. Rebecca maddocks says:

    I’d buy some new gardening tools

  134. alice cooke says:

    Id give it y mum so she can sort her green house out

  135. Sharon Cantrell says:

    I would buy some raised beds to start growing vegetables.

  136. Jay Scales says:

    turf! We need to lay a lawn next year 🙂

  137. Ann Chapman says:

    I would love to buy a gorgeous Magnolia Stellata and a Hydrangea Paniculata Vanilla Fraise for a new border that we have just created.

  138. Fiona Henderson says:

    Some nice winter plants.

  139. Kay Adams says:

    I would buy some much needed new gardening tools.

  140. Louise A says:

    I would buy plenty of flowers to attract lots of bees for my vegetable plants!

  141. Gemma Surtees says:

    I’d like buy some things to start a small area in my dads allotment for my daughter to grow things

  142. Rachel Lisle says:

    I would buy a bird feeder and some food to go in it!

  143. I`d buy some plants next spring.

  144. Shaun Needham says:

    A spade

  145. JUST MOVED TO OUR HOME WITH OUR FIRST GARDEN SO NEED TO STOCK UP ON SOME ESSENTIAL TOOLS 🙂
    @EMMAV6

  146. twinklenicci says:

    we’re in the middle of trying to sort our garden out so id put it towards some paving

  147. angela jones says:

    a bird table and food ready for winter

  148. Rosie says:

    some turf or grass seed!

  149. Julia Linsley says:

    A Garden Bench

  150. Al MacInnes says:

    liked and shared. currently renovating a house. The garden needs a full makeover 🙂

  151. Tracey says:

    I would buy everything needed to plant up my own potted herb garden.

  152. a new bird table. My current model is broken and I get a lot of joy from watching the birds

  153. Melanie Lindsay says:

    I would give it to my Mother-in-law who LOVES anything to do with gardening. She’d be made up with this voucher 🙂

  154. charlene scullion says:

    I would give the vouchers to my dad

  155. Linda Neilson says:

    I would buy lots of bulbs

  156. Hannah Bee Griffin says:

    We need a heater for our greenhouse as we want to use it for growing Nepenthes

  157. S Anirood says:

    Herbs and vegetables

  158. bobc says:

    Boring old lawn food and weed killer

  159. Helen Hodgson says:

    I`d buy a garden fountain-I love the calming sound of running water

  160. Suzanne says:

    A bench would be wonderful.

  161. Stephanie Cheung-Tsang says:

    I would buy some new planters.

  162. Stephanie Cheung-Tsang says:

    Shared on Twitter @pookybearcheung

  163. Oooh some interesting veggie seeds for next year and maybe some seeds for pretty cut flowers too

  164. i also shared on facebook
    karen scammell
    twannywun at hotmail dot com

  165. Paul says:

    Seeds for my dads allotment next year.

  166. svetlana lemantrovic says:

    new planters

  167. Gavin Atkinson says:

    I cannot get enough of evergreen plant’s, so it would most definitely go towards purchasing more indoor evergreen plant’s to the ever growing indoor plantation!

  168. Jill Webb says:

    Some bulbs and winter pansys

  169. james wood says:

    new secateurs

  170. Carol Greenfield says:

    The list is endless as new house and empty garden but some pots and winter pansies to see me into spring and a lot of hard work.

  171. Fiona Smith says:

    Some pretty flowers and plants to plant 🙂

  172. Adele Hill says:

    Some plants

  173. Jay says:

    A few goldfish

  174. katie witherington says:

    I would donate half to the local museum i volunteer with and the other half I would use on my own garden as it needs a good tidy and spruce up

  175. Angie McDonald says:

    I’d use the vouchers to buy some new hanging baskets, herbs and small potted plants and seeds to make a small ‘Homemade Hamper’ for my mom for christmas 🙂

  176. David Smith says:

    Some lovely new plants and flowers

  177. Hazel Ahmad says:

    A pretty colourful hanging basket to brighten up the dull Autumn days

  178. Phil Darling says:

    I’d treat my Dad to a new pair of loppers, especially as I broke his last pair

  179. ANN ANGIE S. says:

    New christmas tree as my cats destroyed the one I had.

  180. fferfer43454 says:

    A fruit tree for my front garden.

  181. Silvia says:

    I’d love a tropical plant, perhaps a hardy palm or Japanese bamboo

  182. Kay panayi says:

    I’d give it to my partner and tell him to make my garden look pretty x

  183. Stephanie Whitehouse says:

    I’ve just made a new bed, under a tree, so lots of soil improver and some shade tolerant ground cover and shrubs

  184. David Paterson says:

    Spring bulbs, tulips etc

  185. Liz ferguson says:

    My daughter wants a poly tunnel, so I’d give it to her, to put towards the project.
    She has only just started gardening, and missed sowing pansy seeds, so she could get some established plants?

  186. John says:

    My garden is sick this would really help to get it healthy again

  187. Wendy Plater says:

    Some new plant pots for the garden

  188. rachael says:

    I would let my parents spend them, they would probably buy flowers/bulbs!

  189. Thomas says:

    Spring bulbs.

  190. Sylvia Witham says:

    I would buy some hibiscus plants

  191. LEANNE LISTER says:

    New hanging baskets for next year

  192. Carolynn Woodland says:

    I would like to buy and plant a small tree

  193. Clare plater says:

    Daffodils and tulips.

  194. David says:

    Some nice plant pots.

  195. Joy Portas says:

    Anything to stop the weeds springing up all over the place.

  196. Helen Simpson says:

    Some new tools

  197. Lee Atkinson says:

    Irises and Japanese shrubs.

  198. Christina Macey says:

    I would buy some nice plants.

  199. Helen C says:

    I’d buy a tree to replace one that failed last year.

  200. Sara Friend says:

    I would use the vouchers to treat my mum to some new flowers for her pots in the garden

  201. stewart says:

    A few indoor plants to brighten the place up

  202. pauline hill says:

    Grass seed for my baldy lawn

  203. Mrs Joslin says:

    I would put it towards a Christmas tree 🙂

  204. Rob Steele says:

    I would buy my 79 year old mother an complete garden bird feeding set up that she can watch through the window

  205. Phil Holland says:

    Having recently moving, I’d spend the vouchers of a selection of roses and perrenials – favourites that I had to leave behind at the old house.

  206. karen hutchinson says:

    A holly bush

  207. Rose Paynter says:

    spring plants

  208. Joan says:

    A mixture of spring plants and bulbs

  209. Louise Comb says:

    Probably on roses. I beg your pardon – my hublet’s promised me a rose garden 🙂

  210. Corinne Harvey says:

    A lovely Christmas Tree xx

  211. Marilyn Wilkinson says:

    compost and soil improvers – any left over on more plants

  212. bjennymoore says:

    Bulbs, plants, and compost.

  213. Tom says:

    A selection of bulbs to create a colourful carpet across the garden in 2014!

  214. Sarah Parker says:

    I’d buy some new fruit trees.

  215. Allan Wilson says:

    Shrubs for the bank behind the house

  216. Pam Gregory says:

    I would buy some winter flowering bulbs to brighten the garden

  217. victoria taylor says:

    would buy a Christmas tree

  218. Lucie Faraday says:

    Winter pansies!

  219. Susan Ellams says:

    would love to buy some bulbs for some spring colour

  220. Katarina Lloyd says:

    I would love to buy some new high branch cutters

  221. Susan Naylor says:

    I need a new boarder spade as the handle broke on my currant one, so that’s how I’d spend the voucher, any money left over would be used to buy some more plants for the garden

  222. some new pots for my plants be fab

  223. MARK THOMAS says:

    Some new garden ornaments

  224. JAMES CARLINE says:

    SOME NEW POTS FOR THE GARDEN

  225. I think I might buy myself some trailing vegetable seeds as I have a perfect location to grow them in my garden

  226. Kim Neville says:

    A new BBQ

  227. I’d love some bulbs to give Spring a blossoming beginning!

  228. Emily Hamilton says:

    I want to buy some Japanese Anenomes for my front garden

  229. tina edwards says:

    a patio heater

  230. Steve Dickinson says:

    Some new fruit bushes

  231. Pamela Chang says:

    I would buy some vegetable seeds for the planter that I’m building for my boys… all ready for the right planting time! would also put the vouchers towards a couple or garden ornaments.

  232. fiona noblet says:

    I would buy some bulbs and some shrubs

  233. Cherryl Thomas says:

    Spring bulbs and David Austin Roses.

  234. Kevin Honey says:

    At this time of the year it would have to be a rake

  235. jenny reynolds says:

    would love some more bulbs for springtime xx

  236. jayne hall says:

    winter plants

  237. Nancy Townsend says:

    Compost and bulbs

  238. Amanda Oakley says:

    Some new tools for my allotment

  239. Amanda Oakley says:

    Shared on Twitter (amandaoakley182)

  240. Louise Smith says:

    I’d put it towards a pair of Bay Trees

  241. Louise Smith says:

    Shared on Facebook – Louise Jazz Smith

  242. Louise Smith says:

    Tweeted @Liquorice13

  243. k walsh says:

    some tasteful decking

  244. Dawn Walker says:

    My garden needs a real overhaul so it would go on weed matting.

  245. Scott Fallon says:

    i would give it to my mum

  246. Gavin Sharp says:

    A Real Live Christmas Tree and try to preserve for each year

  247. Hazel Lemar says:

    Gardening gloves, and some good hand tools.

  248. Increase the varieties of vegetables for next year we can grow as a family,

  249. Karen S says:

    I need to re-roof my allotment shed, it got blown off the other week..

  250. Helen says:

    I’d buy some winter pansies for a hanging basket to brighten up my home this winter.

  251. Amy Ripley says:

    I WOULD BUY GARDEN TOOLS!

  252. Sue Harrison says:

    I’d love some new pots and feature plants

  253. Chris says:

    Chris Hunt (@aprilhaddock) I have loads to buy. Bulbs, pots, gloves, compost, manure – the list goes on.

  254. I would buy a new Plum tree to replace my old one that died this year.

  255. Sara Goodman says:

    A black elderflower shrub. I would LOVE to see one in my garden, they are stunning :).

  256. Sara Goodman says:

    I have shared your lovely competition on facebook & twitter. Super giveaway, thank you.

  257. Spencer Broadley says:

    Planters mainly

  258. Emma Thackery says:

    some lovely flowers for the front of my house

  259. Annabelle Taylor says:

    A Christmas Tree, a new spade for my brother in law and a lily for the pond….. so for Yule, a tool and a plant for the pool!

  260. Houseplants mine all seem to have suffered cat damage.

  261. Mike Terry says:

    Climbing roses

  262. Gwen Carter says:

    Spring flowering bulbs to cheer me up after winter

  263. greig spencer says:

    id buy some pot plants

  264. Helen Stratton says:

    I would use it to buy a real Christmas Tree.

  265. Louise A says:

    I need a new strimmer so would use the voucher towards that

  266. I would give the vouchers as a wedding present to my niece for her to spend in her new garden.

  267. clair downham says:

    some new soil and some bulbs ready for spring

  268. Jon Bell says:

    Some new pots
    @JB98538956

  269. Frances Heaton says:

    I would buy some garden tools, spade etc as my own need replacing.

  270. Frances Heaton says:

    Followed and retweeted on Twitter, liked on Facebook @libra10001

  271. Lynne McMichael says:

    I would give it to my Dad as he loves his garden 🙂

  272. lyn burgess says:

    I would buy bulbs and planters, so that the garden would liio good in Spring

  273. Richard Turner says:

    some spring bulbs

  274. Richard Turner says:

    I’ve shared on twitter

  275. Helen Grayson says:

    Some nice houseplants. Ours have gotten cold the past couple of years and are now looking less than healthy – so some new ones to brighten the place up 🙂

  276. Fiorentina Giannitto says:

    It would go towards some plum slate

  277. faye huntington says:

    i would be giving it to my mum so i’d assume she’d buy (even more) plants with it! Oh or Christmas decorations! with love, fye xx

  278. bev morgan says:

    I would buy some plants to add winter colour in the garden

  279. maysonja says:

    Just been lucky enough to have an allotment allocated to me so plenty to spend £50 on 🙂

  280. tracy baines says:

    I would buy some winter flowering pansies to brighten up the garden

  281. Carrie Brown says:

    I would buy a new hose as ours has now gone brittle and leaking in places.

  282. Julie Picton says:

    A new BBQ

  283. Julie Ward says:

    Weed and slug killer

  284. Liz says:

    Plants for hanging baskets next spring.

  285. Rachel McMillan says:

    Some new pots

  286. Louise says:

    I’d give it to my friend Pamela who’s just been diagnosed with epilepsy and had her driving licence taken away from her. I think her allotment is the only thing keeping her sane atm & she wants a poly tunnel so she can be on her allotment all year round. So I’d like to help her do that.

  287. alice lightning says:

    i love gardening i have a pond that needs filling in i would fill it in and decorate with novelties and flowering tubs lovely

  288. Dave Brown says:

    I’d spend it on an unusual plant that could survive our climate, bored of the usual bedding plants.

  289. Sarah Walford says:

    I am just in the process of clearing the over grown bushes and dead plants in my garden, I would spend the money on new plants to replace the ones I have cleared,

  290. Kevin Bloomfield says:

    A present for my dad

  291. Andrew Curtis says:

    Some houseplants to brighten up my home

  292. hayley pemberton says:

    I would give it to my mum and dad so they could put it towards a greenhouse so they can grow veg

  293. Pauline Irvine says:

    As many slug pellets as I could buy, that would be sooo worth it.

  294. Stephen Catt says:

    My lawn is a mess. I would spend it on products / equipment to try and get it back to health.

  295. Caroline Blaza says:

    I would spend it on some bulbs for the spring and some new pots for my bedding plants ready for next summer

  296. jessica agyin says:

    i would buy a little green house for me and my 2 year old to glow our own little veg in

  297. Solange says:

    Christmas tree

  298. sally92013 says:

    I would buy a bamboo – the one with the black stems.

  299. nicola hardman says:

    i would but some spring bulbs

  300. Sue Jackson says:

    A little acer tree. 🙂

  301. Alison R says:

    Lots & lots of seeds for the new season so I can spend the dark months planning exactly where to plant them all x

  302. georgina.jacobs says:

    I’d use the vouchers for a season front door planter to add the finish touches for christmas. Thankyou

  303. Dawn Costen says:

    I would use it to buy grass seed for our back garden after the summer of the kids paddling pool being down the grass has taken a battering!

  304. rachel richardson says:

    I would start a vegetable patch

  305. Maggie Taylor says:

    Something that flowers in winter to cheer up the dull days

  306. I would like to buy some lavender bushes to make a hedge along my front path, it will not only look nice but smell nice too

  307. anna says:

    Some new shrubs.

  308. Nasheem says:

    Id give the vouchers to my wonderful mum!
    I think she would buy fruit trees!

  309. Paul Witney says:

    I would like an apple and pear tree

  310. Kat Glynn says:

    I’m starting a veggie patch next year so would spend it on soil, seeds and some tools 🙂

  311. Laura Morris says:

    I need a bench for my garden so I would put it towards that

  312. helen southam says:

    Would give to my parents as a gift

  313. S. Fifield says:

    Some herbs for a raised border.

  314. Looking for the Postman says:

    Miniature orange and lemon trees. Tiny, but they grow edible fruit. Brilliant!

  315. Looking for the Postman says:

    Also, I tweeted about the competition! @Postmanspotting. Thanks for the competition!

  316. Jocelyn Clark says:

    I would buy another pot to put my Bay Tree in

  317. where I park my car there is no path, I want to put some slabs down because its very muddy to get my husbands wheelchair to the car, it will make things a lot easier for him and less stressful for me

  318. Jo welsh says:

    I would buy some plants for my pots which are a bit bare

  319. amanda davis says:

    some nice christmas decorations for the back garden

  320. Ann Mckenna says:

    A garden bench

  321. Ann Mckenna says:

    Have shared on Twitter @cherry271949

  322. Wendy Moore says:

    Some spring bulbs

  323. Tony Weston says:

    Some posh pots

  324. Liz Weston says:

    Deckchairs

  325. sarah pearce says:

    i have some big flower pots that need filling,so will give it to my hubby to fill with some brightly coloured flowers to brighten up the garden

  326. Linda Allen says:

    I would buy some ferns

  327. Joanne says:

    I would buy some new spring bulbs

  328. David says:

    I would buy some vegetable plants

  329. annette haden says:

    I would probably spend it on fruit plants and veg seeds so that I can enjoy more home grown produce and save money on my food bills.

  330. Lisa Jones says:

    I would give it to my Mum for Christmas, she deserves it after undergoing treatment for cancer, and she loves gardening x

  331. Lisa Jones says:

    Ps my Twitter is @lucyellie25

  332. Victoria leedham says:

    Bulbs

  333. Dot says:

    I have just inhereited a garden that is in a terrible condition and needs a lot of work. If I won the voucher, I would be like a kid in a sweet shop, not knowing what I want to try first.

  334. Naomi Rose says:

    I would buy another compost bin, because a slow worm (we’ve affectionately named Sammy) has taken up residence in our current one and we don’t want to disturb him!

  335. JaneyM says:

    Seed potatoes and compost, in the spring.

  336. Suzanne says:

    I would love to buy a couple of pots for spring plants.

  337. Shop stopping plants for my front door step to make it welcoming for the postman bringing me those bills.

  338. a new Japanese Maple Tree,to replace the one planted for my dear husband,it has suffered this year

  339. Dawn Taverner says:

    This summer we discovered a wind-free sun trap in a little nook of the garden so I’d spend the voucher putting some seating and decking over in that area!

  340. Rach James says:

    We’ve just moved to a new house and the garden’s been very neglected so we have lots we could do! Would love to inject some year round colour though – it’s looking rather dismal at the moment!

    Have tweeted (@BrassoLasso) and shared on FB too :o)

  341. Elaine Kidd says:

    I would buy some outdoor lights to enjoy the garden on the dark nights.
    tweeted @scampbeast.

  342. Lyn Bosomworth says:

    I would buy a little stone tiger for my own jungle!

  343. julie perry says:

    I would give it to my lovely Mum who loves gardening-she deserves it 🙂

  344. helen booth says:

    I’d give it to my hubby for Christmas as the garden is his domain!

  345. Patricia Avery says:

    Would love to get another water barrel 🙂

  346. Kate says:

    Towards a table and chairs for the garden.

  347. Heather says:

    I would buy a maple tree for colour, and some Heather!

  348. Hevster says:

    Lots of veggie seeds for the new year!

  349. Andrew Halliwell says:

    a rake and some weed killer, my garden’s a bit jungly at the moment,

  350. Sharon says:

    I would buy some wild flowers seeds. There is a patch in my garden that I would like to turn in to a bee attraction. As they are in decline, we need to do our bit

  351. billy lovell says:

    A new plant pot. Tweeted as @cheryl020606

  352. Natalie Crossan says:

    I’d probably give it to my Mum 🙂

  353. Keith says:

    A nice big bad of top soil

  354. greig spencer says:

    i would buy plants for my mum

  355. Maureen Quinnell says:

    put it towards a table and chairs

  356. Maureen Quinnell says:

    tweeted @maursieqq

  357. sarah davison says:

    I’d like a climbing rose and a wisteria for my garden

  358. laura avery says:

    nice new table and chairs or a chimnea

  359. Nicola Holland says:

    A fruiting cherry tree to remember our much loved moggy who passed on recently 🙂

  360. Ann Skamarauskas says:

    some garden furniture

  361. Kirsty Woods says:

    Some veg seeds for my allotment

  362. Graeme Macmillan says:

    Oct

  363. Jeremy Hards says:

    I would buy some fruit trees

  364. Sally Henry says:

    A hedgetrimmer, I cut through the lead on mine a few weeks ago – not good! 🙂

  365. vanessa crowley says:

    I give the voucher to my bf mum to buy nice flowers for the garden.

  366. Debbie Kilroy says:

    Seeds and plants to stock the larder and fridge next year

  367. Zoe Roxby says:

    I would put it towards starting my own vegetable patch which my husband is building next year really looking forward to it nothing like fresh herbs to cook with and when you grow them yourself its much much better

  368. Emma Jackson says:

    I would put it towards a nice water feature 🙂

    @Purple__Skull

  369. Sarah Cooper says:

    A banana palm for my husband.

  370. Janet T says:

    I would buy some seeds and helebores because I love them 🙂

  371. Diane Carey says:

    I would give it to my hubby as an extra birthday present in January. He would probably buy some new garden tools

  372. Diane Carey says:

    Also shared on twitter @capodemonte and FB as Diane Carey

  373. Christina Jarrett says:

    I’d spend it on some vegetable plants – I love growing my own! 🙂 x

  374. Hannah ONeill says:

    Some fruit plants!

  375. Liz Marriott says:

    Lots and lots of organic manure (really)

  376. maureen moss says:

    lots of bulbs

  377. Veronica Therawati says:

    I would buy some flowers

  378. Sam Bauyumi says:

    vegetable plants

  379. shelagh milne says:

    I would like to replace my apple trees

  380. dragonfly63 says:

    Our little town, Kidwelly, desperately needs cheering up with a few flowers. It would plant several containers with Winter colour and would be enjoyed by many. Thank you.

  381. Ann W says:

    A couple of fruit trees would be my choice, Decorative and delicious.

  382. jennie jackson says:

    I am doing my garden up, this would come in handy to put towards some nice plants

  383. Rebecca Gransden says:

    Would love to buy a yellow buddeia and attract some butterflies.

  384. Sarah says:

    I would get a really good Xmas tree as its my daughters first Xmas and want to make it special x

  385. Kayleigh says:

    I’d put it towards a new raised vegetable bed

  386. Paul Kay says:

    I would buy summer bedding and pots in the spring

  387. wanda12345 says:

    Bedding would be great

  388. Sandy Thomas says:

    I would so love a walnut tree!

  389. Tina Watts says:

    A garden ornament for my mother in law

  390. Tracey Gwynne says:

    I would by some new fencing – the gales in October ruined what we already have

  391. Hazel says:

    I would give it to my hubby for his new gardening business xxx

  392. Laura Murray says:

    A couple of miniature orange trees

  393. Laura Murray says:

    Shared on Twitter @lady_lalaland

  394. Claire Smith says:

    A new Acer for my back garden

  395. Chevaune Stanley says:

    I’d put it towards a poly tunnel for my boyfriend…it’s top of his wish list and he has given me such a beautiful garden that I would love to get him one.

  396. jessica newman says:

    i need a new wheel barrow and trowel

  397. joanne liddement says:

    We grow all our own fruit and vegetables so I would spend the voucher on seeds for next year.

  398. MANDY DOHERTY says:

    Seeds, pots and hopefully a bargain or two

  399. psychotart says:

    I’d buy some adult carnivorous plants, always liked the idea of growing this types of plants but never had much success.

  400. Andy Craig says:

    Some decent wnidow boxes

  401. valerie mccarthy says:

    I would buy something to make our outdoors look like Christmas.

  402. Dave R says:

    Some plants

  403. Steven Montgomery says:

    Herbs 🙂

  404. Sheri Darby says:

    Some very hardy plants that can survive my very non green fingers

  405. denise s says:

    I’d get my bulbs ready for next year’s spring displays

  406. Krzysia says:

    I’d love some more old fashioned English David Austin roses 🙂

  407. Ruth Davies says:

    I give this to grandma!

  408. Robert Gilbert says:

    New strawberry and raspberry plants

  409. Sarah N says:

    I’d buy some bulbs for the spring.
    Shared on twitter @lemon_piez and facebook

  410. Karen says:

    I needs some new borders 🙂

  411. sean says:

    plants for grandad

  412. Jon Payne says:

    plants

  413. Nadine Payne says:

    plants

  414. paul jackson says:

    plants

  415. Ellen Stafford says:

    I would buy some seeds for the summer! Want to make our garden look pretty this year!

  416. jodie harvey says:

    my kids want to start a fruit and veg patch (they are 8,6 and 5) so this would be really handy to help them get started 🙂

  417. jodie harvey says:

    shared on twitter @jtl1121 and fb jodie1131 / jodie harvey

  418. Penny says:

    Bulbs for the garden

  419. Sheila says:

    Some bulbs to brighten the garden in the new year

  420. leanne williams says:

    I would buy some winter pansies

  421. Joanne Benham says:

    I would put it towards some summer plants next year

  422. Lindy Hine says:

    Some winter bedding plants would be nice, to brighten things up a bit! (twitter @LindyHIne)

  423. Lindy Hine says:

    Sorry that should read twitter @LindyHine) 🙂

  424. Ann Grisdale says:

    Definitely herbs to redo the raised beds 🌿
    Liked & shared on facebook

  425. Nick B says:

    A Christmas tree! @clauski1

  426. Nick B says:

    And shared on twitter @clauski1

  427. Paula Phillips says:

    Some winter plants.

  428. Caroline James says:

    I’d get some new garden tools

  429. Neil Pearson says:

    Some small low maintenance shrubs

  430. Renee Armstrong says:

    I would put it towards a new bird bath.

  431. Robby Price says:

    Seeds both flowers and veg

  432. lynn neal says:

    VEGETABLE SEEDS TO FEED THE FAMILY!

  433. Louise M says:

    I would buy potted herbs and edible plants

    Have shared on twitter also @ElvinFairy

  434. Kelly Roberts says:

    I would buy some veg seeds and flowers

  435. adrian price says:

    Some new tools

  436. Sarah Guy says:

    I would buy a new Jasmine bush as my rabbits ate mine last year and left me with just 2 twigs sticking out of the ground!

  437. Annamarie Riddiford says:

    I would like some fruit trees for my garden please

  438. angie pickering says:

    I would buy plants for my patio pots

  439. cathryn1 says:

    a rose named after my mom

  440. Naomi Buchan says:

    I’d get a couple of fruit trees x @NaomiSFB

  441. Gwen Carter says:

    I’d buy some daphnes to brighten up my garden in winter and to bring their fabulous perfume to cheer me up.

  442. Sarah Ruse says:

    Stuff for school gardening.

  443. susan gough says:

    Winter plants and a Christmas tree

  444. Alison Johnson says:

    Some lovely flowers for my garden.

  445. Alison Johnson says:

    Shared on Facebook & Twitter (@aligiraffe)

  446. Debbie Preston says:

    I need some new gardening tools

  447. beebee222 says:

    I would buy a statement ornament to complete a bare corner in my garden

  448. anita roberts says:

    some heathers

  449. Susan Hoggett says:

    WINTER PANSIES

  450. Brandie Browne says:

    I’d buy some new gardening tools

  451. karen dixon says:

    i would buy a planter and new plant for my front porch

  452. Gwyn says:

    Bulbs for spring

  453. Valerie Kay says:

    Some new pots 🙂

  454. i would buy some new christmas decorations and a christmas plant.
    i follow twit7ter @dupton3

  455. Rob Gentry says:

    Plants to fill my planters

  456. On colourful and fragrant spring bulbs and a pair of gardening gloves.

  457. Laura Vitty says:

    A new fruit tree for the garden 🙂

  458. Sarah B says:

    It would go towards sorting out the terrible state of the garden at my new house – it’s in need of some serious TLC!

  459. champaklal lad says:

    LILY’S

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