Gardena searches for UK's most passionate gardener - win £500

Gardena has announced its search to find “The UK’s most passionate gardener”, this National Gardening Week (27 April – 2 May).

Gardena is asking for nominations for the UK’s most passionate gardener in celebration of this year’s National Gardening Week. The winner will receive £500 worth of Gardena products.

Nominations can either come from the individual themselves or you can nominate your friends and family. To enter, share your story on how gardening has helped you through the pandemic and why you should be awarded the ‘UK’s most passionate gardener’ title.

To nominate yourself or another person please share a photo or video on Facebook or Instagram from Monday 19 April, tagging @Gardena.UK on Facebook and @gardenauk on Instagram and using the hashtag #PassionateGardenerUK.

Terms:

  • Submit nominations from Monday 19 April 2021 until Sunday 2 May 2021
  • Nominations after 11.59pm on Sunday 2 May 2021 will not be accepted
  • UK entrants only
  • 1 winner will be selected and notified on Monday 3 May 2021
  • £500 product bundle subject to availability, non-transferable or refundable
  • No cash alternative

For more information visit: https://www.gardena.com/uk/

#Meanwhile, The Gardena ClickUp! range, the RollUp range of wall-mounted and garden hose boxes as well as the new robotic lawnmower Sileno minimo have been awarded the Red Dot Design Award 2021.

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