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Memorial Day Giveaway!

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It has been awhile since we had a giveaway on MasterGardening Blog so when I realized Memorial Day weekend was approaching I got a little excited. I love holidays since they are a great excuse to give some of our great products away! Recently while touring our warehouse I came across a Simple Garden starter kit that sadly lost its seeds. A quick visit to our seed section to select a couple organic seed packets and I had myself a great giveaway for my loyal readers!

 

It’s never too late to get started growing and this starter kit makes it easy to grow what I refer to as my ‘Sweet Duo’. If you haven’t already figured it out I really like intercropping and companion planting. Planting two or more plants together to help each other out is a great organic way to get larger harvests and to keep pests at a distant. The ‘Sweet Duo’ is another great companion planting pair of sweet basiland sweetie tomatoes. Basil helps repel flies, mosquitoes, mites, aphids and control tomato hornworms. Basil also has been reported to improve the flavor of your tomatoes, plus they are a classic cooking pair.

The Simple Garden is a great all in one container garden. In your starter kit you receive a self draining container, 2 packets of seeds, planter stick, soil cube, planter’s guide, and planter’s template. The Simple Garden is a perfect solution for any urban or small space gardener. You can choose to grow your plants completely indoors or transplant your seedlings to your outdoor garden.

If this planter doesn’t match your garden style check out our vast selection of pots and planters on our website MasterGardening.com.

Entering to win is easy- Just answer the following question by posting a comment below and you will automatically be entered into the random drawing. Then check our facebook page Tuesday (May 31st) to see if you won! And don’t forget you can save $5 on all pot & planter orders of $50 or more until May 31st! Code: Planter

 

What edibles do you like to grow indoors?