Photo of the Day
  • By Annabel
  • In Competitions
  • Posted Oct 25 2017
Our photo of the day competition has now finished, but you can still send us your photos using the original instructions below!

We love seeing what you, our customers, do with your artificial plants once they've left our warehouse. Between now and Wednesday 20th December, send us a picture of your new (or previous) purchase in it's new home. We'll pick our favourite photo everyday and share it on our blog and our social media pages and we'll be rewarding one voucher every day to the entrant with the best photo. If we choose your photo we'll send you a £20 voucher for your next order!

Why enter?

Every day we will pick one winning photograph*. If we choose your photo, we will send you a £20 voucher to spend online at Blooming Artificial**. Your photo will be shared on our website and our social media to inspire other customers.

How do I send you my photo?

Simply take a quick snap of your artificial plants and either tag #bloomingartificial on Facebook, Twitter or Instagram or email us at Don’t worry, you don’t need to be a professional photographer!


Please make sure that your photographs are well lit, at least 1000 pixels wide (most smartphone camera’s will be fine) and of Blooming Artificial products. Check out last year’s competition to get an idea of what sort of images we are looking for.

I don't have any artificial plants yet...

Don’t worry! The competition runs until midnight on Wednesday 20th December and a new winner will be chosen every day. So, if you haven’t got any artificial plants yet it’s not too late! Browse our range of artificial plants, trees and flowers.

Terms & Conditions

*The best unused photograph will be selected each day from accepted entries. All judgements will be made by our marketing team. The marketing team’s judgement is final. Accepted entries based on above criteria. **Individual or businesses who submit a wining photograph will receive a £20 off voucher at Blooming Artificial online. The £20 voucher can be used on any purchases over £50 including VAT.

By submitting a photograph to the Photo of the Day competition, you grant Blooming Artificial Limited royalty free rights to display the photograph on our website, share the photograph via our social media sites, use the image in online and offline promotions and retain a digital copy of the photograph on our server. You will retain ownership of the image and can opt out of promotional use when you submit the image to us or at a later date.

Competition runs until midnight on Wednesday 20th December.
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