Spring Gardening Giveaway on Twitter GardenChat

Ready to get out in the garden? Joins us for Spring Gardening Tips and Giveaway on Twitter GardenChat with Fiskars America sponsoring the event.

Ready – Set – Garden!!!!

You are invited to the Twitter Spring Gardening Event on Gardenchat

Below are the questions and answers shared during the Twitter spring gardenchat event.  Be sure to click on each to view what participants shared.

HOW TO ENTER
Below are the 3 things you need to do  to be entered in the Fiskars Tool Giveaway taking place today on Twitter.
1. Participate during the event Monday March 28,2016 9-10 p.m. ET answering questions shared by @thegardenchat .
2. Comment on this event blog post sharing what you are growing in your garden this spring / summer.
3. Be sure to follow @FiskarsAmerias on Twitter
Please note:
The Twitter #gardenchat participants announced as winners must contact Bren – Host of GardenChat Twitter event by Tuesday March 29, 2016 at Noon with shipping information in order to receive product.  This promotion is open to legal U.S. residents (including D.C.) & Canada residents, who are 18 years of age or older, and who have reached the age of majority in their state of residence. Winner of each product will be announced during the #gardenchat Twitter event at 10 p.m. ET  If names announced during the twitter event and posted on this BLOG post after Midnight Monday do not contact GardenChat Host by set date / time  they are disqualified
Winners from this HUGE giveaway included: 
@RussMetge
@SeedKeeperCo
 @WI_Gardenlife
@bevson
 @milnec
 @lecrona
 @AChillyPepper
@beyondroom108
@sunflower2014sb
@ElenaWill
Thank you Everyone who participated in this super fun giveaway Spring Gardening on GardenChat Event.

Let’s Connect

Are you excited to get in the Spring Garden this year? Please be sure to comment below sharing your favorite gardening tool.

Happy Gardening,

Bren - Administrator of #gardenchat

20 thoughts on “Spring Gardening Giveaway on Twitter GardenChat”

  1. I can’t wait to plant my garden! This year we are planting, beets, tomatoes, green & yellow beans, hot and sweet peppers, sugar snap peas, basil, thyme and oregano!

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  2. Oh spring… please come soon. We already have seedlings for our vegetable and herb gardens. At least 4 types of tomatoes. And we have more lavender and new milkweed plants on the way for happy pollinators who make sure our new edibles are abundant with fruit!

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  3. Not sure exactly what we’ll be growing, but my hubby always plants Tomatoes, and usually peppers….and I’ll be (hopefully) growing some flowers if I can keep the chipmunks from digging them up again! Thanks and God bless! ILuvTheEucharist (at) aol.com

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  4. So far this spring, I have strawberries, black raspberries and garlic in the garden. Plus lots of seeds started in the basement, to put in the garden in a few weeks.
    Twitter @OhioCatfish

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  5. Looking forward to #gardenchat. still about 2 weeks away from perfect cleanup temps! But got seedsvstarted cucs, chard amd peppers. Kale in cold frame and some garlic from fall twitter @milnec

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  6. I’m looking forward to being outside in the garden, but a little soon yet in Michigan. The Hellebores are beautiful right now, though. I am ALWAYS growing #houseplants inside.

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  7. Sounds like it’s going to be a great chat! I’m growing Tom Thumb peas, 5 kinds of lettuce, 5 kinds of radishes, carrots were just seeded as well as something new…Rat-tail radish. Would love to win a Fiskars tool!

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  8. Spring garden is going well. Today we had mixed green salad topped with leftover meat. The succulent leaves made the leftovers new. Peas are up 1 inch now. Asparagus should be ready next week. I love this time of year!

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  9. I’m in the process of pulling up my shrubs so I can foodscape. I’m planting foods and ornamentals together. At the moment, I have broccoli, beefsteak tomatoes, Nineveh tomatoes, emerald okra, and thyme starting indoors. As soon as I get more seed starting trays, that will expand. Plans include corn, kales, lettuces, carrots, beets, cabbages, blueberries, strawberries, and rice!

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  10. all i did was start seeds and start getting the beds readly can wait till the frost date is over. So need of warm weather

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  11. At the moment I am growing Broccoli, Popcorn, and I am about to plant some sweet yellow corn I have sprouted in a container. I am trying to germinate beefsteak tomatoes, green snap peas, and zucchini. I’d love some advice on that! I’d also like to know what you think about Sub Irrigated Planters, Bokashi tea and compost, aerated seed sprout teas, and LABS teas. I have had some really amazing results so far using these techniques!

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  12. I’ve already planted out my tomatoes, peppers and egg plant. My peas are producing, turnips and greens are being harvested. I’ve seeded my Trombone squash and crook neck. I’ve seeded okra. Potatoes are starting to bloom and my sweet potato slips are starting to sprout in the window. My wild flower garden is sprouting. I will be planting snap beans, pole beans, Seminole pumpkin and butternut squash also.

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  13. I’m growing lots this year, but looking forward to trying a lot of self saved seeds, including tomato seeds saved from CSA tomatoes; delicata squash; and green beans. My dad also got me some cool Asian red noodle beans that I’m excited to try out! Sweet potatoes will be another new one for me this year. I cannot wait to get out into the dirt and start digging!

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  14. What a great gardenchat tonight! I’m growing carrots, potatoes & various organic herbs purchased from a Garden School Foundation seedling sale here in Los Angeles. My zinnias were started three weeks ago and are ready to be planted in the ground. I’m planting sunflowers this weekend! The seeds are from my mammoth sunflowers from last season. My garden is looking fabulous at the moment. It seems as though everything is thriving. My plants love early spring! It’s the quiet before the intense Los Angeles HEAT storm that comes August-September!

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