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Win a Planter from Stewart Garden

With Winter fast approaching most of us aren’t thinking much about our gardens, I’m certainly not, but now is an ideal time to fill a few planters for some winter colour. It’s quick, easy and makes an immediate difference. Stewart Garden have some wonderful planters to choose from and I have one to giveaway.Β 

The Varese Low planter that is on offer for the prize is tough enough to withstand frosts, comes in three colours so would look great in any garden and at 40cm in height will make an impact.

Create a stylish focal point with this contemporary Varese Low planter. This attractive pot has an authentic textured appearance with all the benefits of high grade plastic – durable, great value, lightweight. Perfect for displaying low growing plants and small ornamental fruit trees.stewart garden

For some winter colour you could go for the classic winter flowering pansy, there’s honestly not anything not to love to about them, plus the flowers should last through until June, so if like me you don’t have hours to spend in the garden, these are a good bet.

For something a bit more dramatic you could go for a Phormium, a lovely red/pink grass, it’s evergreen so will look great all year but helps to brings that flash of colour into a winter garden. Perfect for planters it would be an ideal match.

For a festive feel you could go for a Wintergreen, a low little shrub with bold, evergreen leaves but with big bunches of red berries that give that classic festive look. I love them as they are nice, neat little plants that don’t require much help.

If you want to win this lovely planter then just enter your details into the Gleam App below.

Win a Planter from Stewart Garden

Good luck x

Disclosure – Stewart Garden have kindly provided the prize for this competition

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49 thoughts on “Win a Planter from Stewart Garden”

  1. What a lovely planter, would look great in any garden, I would put a small lavender in it

  2. Would love to win a planter. We’ve not long moved house and are concentrating on the inside at the moment so the outside is somewhat neglected. A new planter would be brilliant to start us off. Thanks for running such a great competition.

  3. I would love to grow something to brighten up the patio. A bamboo or a small acer in this planter would look good and it’s great that it’s a frost proof one, so safe to stay out all winter.

  4. The planter looks fab πŸ™‚ I have a small courtyard garden so planters help to brighten up the garden with a splash of colour from plants and flowers πŸ™‚

  5. a great prize that would be ideal for a number of plants looking for a nice home shortly

  6. What a lovely planter. This would look lovely with spring bulbs next to my front door to make it more welcoming.

  7. I have a large patio that needs filling with lots of plants. I’ve made a start and this planter would be ideal.

  8. Lovely, we started growing veg for the first time this year. completely hooked now. We are still eating the tomatoes we grew

  9. I really love the colour of this planter – will look great all year round πŸ™‚

  10. Lovely to display a Conifer for Christmas – with a few bulbs inset to sprout along with coloured heather and brighten my patio in Spring.

  11. This is a lovely planter which I would give to my mum. She loves them and it is very hard to find something different.

  12. I’m determined not to give up on the garden this Winter and these planters look so great it would certainly help a lot.

  13. I’m planning to sort out my garden next year so anything nice for the garden would help me to definitely take care of it, thank you!

  14. I’ve been looking for something like this for my front garden. Thank you for the giveaway.

  15. this would be great for the mother in law, she takes pride in her garden, so she would appreciate this.

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