Win our new artificial pansy and lavender window box!
  • By Annabel
  • In Competitions
  • Posted Apr 07 2016
To celebrate the start of Spring and the addition of our new window boxes, hanging baskets and foliage planters, we are giving away one of our stunning new artificial pansy and lavender window boxes.

For your chance to win this fab prize, simply subscribe to our mailing list using the form below (you’ll also receive our standard 5% off welcome bonus!). If you've already subscribed, please re-enter your email into the form anyway and you'll be entered into the prize draw.

You can then gain up to 10 further entries by sharing with your friends and family on social media. Each friend that enters will earn you an extra entry up to a limit of 10.

No purchase is required. Competition closes at midnight on Sunday 17th April. Winner will be announced within 48 after the closing date.

Good luck :)

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