Win “Fresh From the Garden” Gift Sets!

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Prize Pack #1

Prize Pack #1

Prize Pack #2

Prize Pack #2

The Vintage Workshop would like to announce a new blog contest. Win a Fresh From the Garden Gift Set - two prize packs will be awarded to randomly selected blog readers. Plus special gift to bloggers!!

What do you win? Two gift sets will be awarded. The first set will include: garden seed packet apron, seed packet tote bag, tomato journal, set of gardening/floral imagery, and a set of garden themed note cards from Indygo Junction. The second set will include: strawberry apron, seed packet purse with crystals, seed packet pillow, little girl gardening journal, Faber Seed Co. tissue box cover, several CD’s with gardening/flower imagery, & a set of garden themed note cards from Indygo Junction. See images above.

How to win?
Post a comment to this blog post only answering the question, “What are you growing in your garden this year?” for one entry into the contest. Don’t have a garden - what would you grow if you could? Entries will be accepted until midnight, Sunday May 16th.

How do you post a comment?
Click on the comments link at the bottom of this post and then scroll all the way to the bottom to enter your information. Please be patient as a staff member will read your comment before it is posted to the blog. This helps us cut down on the spam!

Are you a blogger?
Post a link to our blog contest on your blog and we will send you a Set of 5 Note cards from Indygo Junction ($25 value) free of charge - set includes 5 blank inside note cards with 5 brown craft envelopes. One per person please! Simply email us a link to your blog post mentioning our contest along with your shipping address to claim your card set.

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279 Responses to “Win “Fresh From the Garden” Gift Sets!”

  1. Lana Peterson says:

    Wow I work at a seed company and the seed pkgs are so cool
    would love to win Thanks
    HUGS FROM CANADA

  2. Karen Paxton says:

    We’ll grow some tomatoes and lavender and chives and if I can clear one of the raised beds some coriander. If I can’t clear the bed we’ll be growing weeds too!!

  3. Deborah Kanagie says:

    I live in an apartment and right now I have a hanging basket with some beautiful pink geraniums. When we had our house, I grew tomatos, cucumbers, bell peppers, lettuce, green beans and lots of herbs. I think I miss my herb garden the most.

  4. Dawn Waite says:

    We just moved into our new home. My must haves (herbs are in!) are rosemary, thyme, oregano, chives and lots of pretty annuals for the front of the house. My last home had numerous porch boxes with penny orchids which smelled heavenly. May need to pick up more of those.

  5. Cheryl says:

    I have many kinds of peppers this year in my garden. I like to experiment each year with one particular vegetable along with the traditional tomatoes, cucumbers, lettuce and radishes. A salad bowl!!

  6. Deb Neerman says:

    I have a yummy salad garden and lots of tropical plants. Summer is NOT gardening season here in So Florida so I’ll transplant my salad garden into pots and bring ‘em in.

    I would love to start a citrus grove though!

  7. KatieJ says:

    So far just tomatoes, radishes and cilantro, but soon I’ll have some cucumbers and basil hopefully, and a few other things, I need to go pull some more weeds first!

  8. Minta Fung says:

    Strawberries and blueberries

  9. Kathleen Ash says:

    This year’s addition to my garden will be an old iron-wheeled wheelbarrow kitchen herb garden. (Surely there are some commas missing there, but I’m not sure where)l The old rusty red wheelbarrow will be near the back porch and will be planted with tasty “needfuls”, as my mother used to call things we just had to have! Just steps down from the kitchen I hope to pick rosemary, thyme, basil, parsleys (sp?). sage, and cilantro (for the salsa to use the extra Roma tomatoes in the big garden). I’ll also be putting a dill patch in the ground so I don’t have to search for enough heads at the farm market to make my family’s favorite refrigerator garlic dill pickles. I want my grandchildren to learn that not everything comes from the grocery store - as well as experiencing the satisfaction that comes from growing, picking, seasoning and making your own food! Hopefully the enjoyment will carry on to their families. They already love planting flowers and know that “all the flowers of tomorrow are in the seeds of today”. P.S. I have that saying on an embroidered pillow found at a garage sale. It’s a favorite because my grand children’s last name is “Flowers”!

  10. Hubby has planted carrots, peas, peppers, tomatoes, lettuce, cucumbers. We have rhubarb and some herbs growing - two kinds of mint, chives, oregano, rosemary, and dill. I have many flowers growing, currently the peonies, sweet williams and love in a mists and clematis are blooming. And the pond is becoming covered with pink and white water lily blooms. Spring is magical!!

  11. carmel says:

    i would be growing in my garden herbs and roses and so much….
    i cant wait to have my own garden again
    thanks!

  12. Becky Best says:

    I am planting dill, a rose bush, a cranberry bush, lupine, and have already planted eight redbud trees!!

  13. Meaghan says:

    Watermelon, cucumber, tomatoes and FLOWERS!

  14. Barbara says:

    In my garden this year will be: 5 okra plants, 4 pots of tomatoes, 3 yardlong greenbeans, 2 lab puppies that chew on anything and 1 grandma cocker spaniel telling them not to. But next year…..I will have a fence—-and OH WHAT A SITE IT WILL BE!

  15. Brenda says:

    What beautiful sets of gardening pretties. We are gardeners! Last years strawberry patch yielded over 100 quarts. Set out new raspberry plants and planted peas this week. Coming up when it warms a little more here up north, tomatoes, sweet peppers, hot peppers, onions, zucchini, green beans, cucumbers, squash, pumpkins, lima beans and usually a couple new things each year.

  16. Rose says:

    Lilac bushes, I want lilac bushes!!!

  17. Lorelei Lane says:

    Cheerful red geraniums, white verbena and chartruse sweet potato vines in 4 planter boxes hanging from my fence. A red wagon full of gerber daisies. A strawberry pot of spike plants and sweet potato vines. Roses, rose of sharon, hibiscus — all in big pots. And don’t forget the big pots of hens and chicks. That’s how my patio garden grows.

  18. Cheryl Strope says:

    I love spring and summer, every year at this time you’ll find me out in the yard planting whatever I can get my hands on. I have a beautiful flower garden that my husband and I have worked very hard to develop. Our bedroom window looks out over our garden and the smell is wonderful. I have lilies, roses, honeysuckle, lilacs and hundreds of others.
    My husband built me raised beds for our vegetable gardens which I call my salsa gardens because they are filled with tomatoes, peppers and onions. I can’t think of anything better then fresh summer salsa. I always take a lot of pictures of my yard and flowers, because our winters are cold and too long. I hang my pictures and say each day “It’s one day closer to Spring”.

  19. MARY SOLIZ says:

    For the first time in my life, I am growing pot gardens. In one pot I am growing roma tomatoes. Second pot is a cilantro plant. Third pot are strawberries and green pepper plants. And the last pot are sage, terragon, and chives plants. All of the plants are growing, and I am very excited.

  20. rachel says:

    So far, I have parsley, oregano, thyme, basil, radishes, & the rhubarb is slowly coming up. What’s waiting to be transplanted is brocolli, tomatoes & peppers.

  21. Wow - what a great giveaway! I’ve decided to take this year off and let my gardenspot rest, but if I were planting there would be tomatoes, cucumbers, green beans, zukkini, and probably a pepper or five :-).

  22. Martha says:

    This year I’m growing tomatoes, Parsley, & Rosemary in Earth Boxes. We’ve already had cherry tomatoes ~ nothing beats homegrown tomatoes! Being near the ocean in Florida, it is often hard to grow anything. I’m also rooting mint and have lots of flowers!

  23. Patti says:

    My flower garden new additons are hollyhocks and lupines! My Dad grows a veggie garden and I am blessed because he shares it all with me!
    Thanks for the contest! Hugs,Patti

  24. Barbara S. says:

    I would grow in my garden some tomatoes, cucumbers, carrots, peppers, onions, and then flowers: irises, tulips, roses, plus many annuals.

  25. Bernadette says:

    Tomatoes, plum tomatoes to make sauce, green beans(if the rabbits don’t eat them!), squash, and lettuce. Again, if the rabbits don’t get it!

  26. Susan laura says:

    I live in georgia, so we have lots of good weather for growing. This year I put in a raised garden bed for tomatoes,peppers, cucumbers and lots of herbs. I planted dill in several places since I share it with Swallowtail butterflies. My current passion is hosta plants. I have a small space for a ‘Star Track’ garden with a Vulcan, Enterprise and Captain Kirk!

  27. Vera says:

    Hi! What a lovely give-away. We are growing: spinach & lettuce (already harvesting), broccoli, cabbage, radishes, peppers, kale, tomatoes (yellow & red), green beans, eggplant, cantaloupe, watermelon. That’s the veggie part. For the flowers: roses, sunflowers, snapdragons, iris, daisies, peonies. Oh yes, and herbs will be in pots on my patio!!

  28. Kerry says:

    This year we are hoping to harvest potatoes, onions, zuchinni, beete, carrots, tomatos, and a few other things not planted yet. We are in Alberta, Canada, so this weekend coming up is the traditional weekend to plant once all chance of frost is gone.
    Hugs,
    Kerry

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