From My Tool Tote : Giveaway

There are a dozen garden giveaways going on right now in the gardening social world.  I think it is awesome to see everyone getting into the Christmas spirit and giving from their gardens.  That is why I asked my friends at Corona Tools if I could giveaway a few of my favorite products I use almost daily in my garden and greenhouse.

Easy to reach in without gloves when I’m pruning my new roses with the Corona Tool Convertible Pruner / Lopper

I’m giving away one of my favorite tools by Corona Tools that I have found to be super handy in my landscape after receiving them as a gift last spring.  The Corona Convertible Pruner Lopper can be found through out my summer networking on Instagram , Pinterest and Twitter as I used them in 2012 gardening adventures.  The #1 thing I love about this tool is the Internal spring, no lost part or clogging and the comfortable handle.  I honestly don’t like ‘claiming’ I have carpal tunnel any longer because I rarely feel the pain when I working in the garden thanks to my Corona Tools.

I know … I’m holding the blade in the wrong direction for this photo but I’m a lefty and I wanted to show off the Corona logo!


I’m giving away 1 pair of the Corona Convertible Pruner Loppers ( value $39 USA)  on my site just in time for Christmas.  What a perfect gift – the tool is even festive RED!

1. Enter a comment on this blog post sharing what you use pruners for in your garden or landscape.

2. Be sure to leave your Twitter or Instagram User Name so I can follow you and your adventures in the garden! ( not required if you don’t participate on those networks).

3. I’m sorry Canadian Friends .. this only for USA shipping addresses.


Winner will be announced during #gardenchat on Monday at 9 p.m. ET on Twitter.  You can follow the #gardenchat on our website at : #gardenchat Website.  I will also share on my site Tuesday December 17th who the winner is. Please note that I need to hear from the winner by December 18th to send this product out in time for Christmas.

GOOD LUCK to you and Happy Gardening!



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28 thoughts on “From My Tool Tote : Giveaway

  1. I use them to clean up shrubs, flower bushes, and small trees. I also use them for harvesting herbs and some veggies. @SubvrsiveHippie

  2. I would love to use the Corona pruners loppers for trimming my ivy! Also I use pruners for triming my shrubs, dead heading flowers and the grass that will not heed to a trimmer.

  3. My poor loppers are used ion everything I am afraid. I have then hanging at the backdoor in a little basket and I grab them on the way out the door without even thinking anymore. :)

  4. During the summer, I usually carry my pruners in my pocket whenever I go outside because I use the for everything from picking flowers, harvesting vegetables, trimming stray branches from my hedges, and pruning my roses.

  5. Carol – these are great pruners / loppers for that! I’ve carried these babies in my back jean pocket many of times! Good Luck – and thank you for entering!~

  6. I love that Lona – you are always prepared and your blog featuring your amazing garden in full bloom shows it! THanks for entering and good luck to you!~

  7. I just saw this on BGgarden Facebook Page and want to win those pruners. I’m very new to gardening but do believe I could some major work using those. Thanks Bren

  8. What’s Up? Remember me from Toledo gardens? We love the corona tools down at the community garden and I would love to have a pair of my own. I usually use my indoor scissors when pruning.

  9. You know I love filling my shed with red … thanks for the good word about Toledo’s Corona Tools. I know you all are growing good things in the community with them. Best Wishes and thank you for entering!

    1. Nothing better then getting the kids in the garden Rachel. Thank you for commenting and I’m heading over to your blog to check it out. Good Luck!

  10. I prune 65 miniature roses and 25 large roses. March 1st is the time I start here. I would enjoy having some new pruners because I always misplace them! I do not have any Corona pruners and would likt to try them.

    1. I just love your site loaded with Rose information Elena – thank you for sharing your pruning experience on my blog and I want to wish you good luck!