Book giveaway! Enter to win copies of The Prairie Gardener’s Go-To for Vegetables and The Prairie Gardener’s Go-To for Pests and Diseases! (Contest now closed).

UPDATE: A huge congratulations to our winners Sherryl H. and Linda H.!

To celebrate the release of our books The Prairie Gardener’s Go-To for Vegetables and The Prairie Gardener’s Go-To for Pests and Diseases, Janet Melrose and I are giving away a set of books to TWO lucky winners!

TO WIN:

You must have a Canadian mailing address. If you win a set of books, I will ask you for your mailing address and name and give it to TouchWood Editions so that they can send the books to you. If you enter the contest, you must accept this exchange of these two pieces of information.

TO ENTER:

**MANDATORY – For one entry: Tell me your favourite vegetable(s) to grow in the comments! If you don’t grow vegetables, tell me which one(s) you would like to grow if you could!

**Bonus entries (up to six) if you sign up for our social media (THIS IS TOTALLY OPTIONAL!):

LIKE Flowery Prose on Facebook (and tell me here in the comments that you did so)

FOLLOW Flowery Prose on Instagram (and tell me here in the comments that you did so)

FOLLOW Flowery Prose on Twitter (and tell me here in the comments that you did so)

LIKE Calgary’s Cottage Gardener on Facebook (and tell me here in the comments that you did so)

FOLLOW Calgary’s Cottage Gardener on Instagram (and tell me here in the comments that you did so)

FOLLOW Calgary’s Cottage Gardener on Twitter (and tell me here in the comments that you did so)

THE NITTY GRITTY:

Contest will run from now (June 9, 2020) until midnight (MST) on Saturday, June 20.

I will select two winners by random draw on Sunday, June 21.

Winners will be notified here on Flowery Prose on Monday, June 22.

Copies of the books will be mailed out by TouchWood Editions once they receive notification of your mailing address and name from me.

Good luck to everyone! A huge thank you to our amazing publisher TouchWood Editions for their support!

12 thoughts on “Book giveaway! Enter to win copies of The Prairie Gardener’s Go-To for Vegetables and The Prairie Gardener’s Go-To for Pests and Diseases! (Contest now closed).

    1. Hi, Sherryl, you are one of the winners of the books! A huge congratulations from Janet and I! Please reach me via the email address on the CONTACT form here on the blog (you’ll see the tabs at the top of the page) and let me know your mailing address.

  1. I absolutely love growing Rainbow Colored Carrots as opposed to just regular orange carrots! I love the colors, the sweetness and taste, and I like cooking with them more now. Otherwise, it would have to be colored potatoes, romaine and/or arugula lettuce.

  2. I’m not sure I can narrow it down to a favourite vegetable, but I’m really happy my spinach is ready for harvesting right now! I love that growing it is such a “no-brainer!” I’ve followed your and the Cottage Gardener’s Facebook and Instagram accounts.

  3. Carole Semkowich

    I love beets, but sadly they don’t always produce as well as I’d like! Maybe there’s a beet secret in one of these books??!!

  4. Linda

    I am a beginner gardener so I have a real fondness for zucchini, which grows well with very little intervention from me.

    1. Hi, Linda, you’re one of the winners of the books! A huge congratulations from Janet and I! Please reach me via the email address on the CONTACT form here on the blog (you’ll see the tabs at the top of the page) and let me know your full name and mailing address.

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