Mondus Distinction Butterfly Boot Planter Giveaway

by Shelley Pierce July 3, 2015

Mondus Distinction Butterfly Boot Planter Giveaway

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Your weekend just got better with yet another fabulous Friday giveaway!  This weekend (Friday 7/3 through Sunday 7/5) we are giving away a unique ceramic Butterfly Boot Planter from Mondus Distinction valued at $25.00! To learn more about this planter, visit the product page at Mondus Distinction.

To enter, just leave your answer to the question: “What would you do with this planter to ‘boot up’ your garden?” on the comments section of our Facebook Butterfly Planter giveaway post anytime from Friday July 3 through midnight Sunday July 5 as well as share the Facebook giveaway post on your timeline.   The winner will be drawn at random from all qualified entrants, and notified through Facebook. (See Rules for more information.)

If you are interested in learning more about the Mondus Distinction product line please check out their Facebook or visit their website at at http://www.mondusdistinction.com.   While there, take advantage of a 10% DISCOUNT on your next purchaseUse promo code gkh10 when ordering to receive your 10% discount (valid for all products except concrete fountains). Valid until July 13, 2015.

Interested in learning more about containers for gardening?  Read more at Gardening Know How.

Good luck and happy gardening!


UPDATE 7/6/15: Congratulations to Denise McLeod, the winner of the Butterfly Boot Planter from Mondus Distinction!

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    Shelley Pierce
    Certified GKH Gardening Expert
    Answered on July 4, 2015Reply

    To qualify, be sure to put your comment under the Facebook giveaway post here: https://www.facebook.com/gardeningknowhow/posts/1042077532469072

    Sandra Frink
    Answered on July 6, 2015Reply

    cute boot

    Jennifer Woosley
    Answered on July 6, 2015Reply

    put it in my flower garden.

    Debbie Sherrer
    Answered on July 6, 2015Reply

    I would plant orange daisies in it and place it on my patio for our enjoyment. So adorable!

    Hollie Jahnke
    Answered on July 6, 2015Reply

    I'd put some orange marigolds in it and put it on my deck.

    Patricia M
    Answered on July 6, 2015Reply

    I would plant some daisies and put them in my garden.

    Richard Hicks
    Answered on July 5, 2015Reply

    I would plant pretty pansies into it this Fall

    Stephanie Galbraith
    Answered on July 5, 2015Reply

    I would plant flowers in it.

    Wendy Sebastian
    Answered on July 5, 2015Reply

    I'd plant some pansy's to attract real butterflies to this lovely planter!

    Julie Murphy
    Answered on July 5, 2015Reply

    I would give to my mom for her garden

    Julie Lutz
    Answered on July 5, 2015Reply

    I'd use it to hold my smaller gardening tools. It would be perfect for it.

    Laurie Emerson
    Answered on July 5, 2015Reply

    I would put it on a small pedestal right in the middle of my garden.

    Erica B.
    Answered on July 5, 2015Reply

    Add it to our backyard.

    Janet M
    Answered on July 5, 2015Reply

    I would put it in my new flower garden to make it look special.

    Christine Herrera
    Answered on July 5, 2015Reply

    I would plant some daffodils in it! It would look so cute.

    jules m.
    Answered on July 5, 2015Reply

    i'd plant some red peppers in it!!

    lanae
    Answered on July 4, 2015Reply

    I would plant some wisteria or clementis and place it on my deck!!

    Heather Ritz
    Answered on July 4, 2015Reply

    I would plant a nice bright geranium in it and have this at my front gate.

    Nancy Marcho
    Answered on July 4, 2015Reply

    I have an ugly tree stump next to my deck from a big tree that fell down during the winter. I could put some pretty wildflowers in this boot and secure it on the tree stump. That would improve that spot 100%!

    beth shepherd
    Answered on July 4, 2015Reply

    I would use it for a herb garden.

    Shelley Pierce
    Certified GKH Gardening Expert
    Answered on July 4, 2015Reply

    To qualify, be sure to put your comment under the Facebook giveaway post here: https://www.facebook.com/gardeningknowhow/posts/1042077532469072

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