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Mother's Day Event #1 Flower Gardening Gift Basket

Hey Neighbors!

Time for some great gift ideas for Mother's Day.  Our first company that is offering a really great gift idea is Clean Air Gardening.  As their name implies, they are all about environmentally friendly lawn and garden supplies.  Is your mom a gardener?  Be sure to visit their site.  They have several different gift baskets, along with loads of other great products that would be perfect gifts for the gardening mom!  Since we have just recently started our gardens this year, I saw several things that would make our gardening easier and more efficient.  Things like compost bins, gardening stools, weather stations and all sorts of handy gadgets.  Be sure to look around!

Now, they are going to send the winner of this giveaway their Flower Gardening Gift Basket ($31.99).  The bamboo basket has 100% recycled KRAFT tissue stuffing, compostable cellophane wrapping and a gift bow.  Inside is:
1 Butterfly Seed Shaker Can
1 pair of Bamboo Nitrile Gardening Gloves
1 Professional Bipass Pruner
1 Set of Reusable Plant Tags
Here is their description:
"The perfect gift basket combination for any level gardener, this flower gardening gift basket is a great way to show someone you care.
This basket contains a pair of Bond Professional Grade Bypass Pruners that are great for pruning, dead heading and harvesting flowers. The Bamboo Nitrile Gloves, available in either men's or women's wick sweat away from the skin, while the nitrile covering, protects hands from thorny plants and tough branches.
The Reusable Plant Tags allow you to mark the flowers in the flower bed each season after season. Functional and attractive, these plant markers look great in any garden. The Butterfly Seed Shaker can is a great way to have fun with flowers. By simply shaking the seeds over the soil, a fresh crop of wildflowers will quickly appear in a few weeks.

Does this sound like a gift your mother would like?  Be sure to enter!  The winner will be chosen on May 4th and notified by email.  Winner will have 48 hours to respond.  If not within the 48 hours a new winner will be chosen.

Here is a little about Clean Air Gardening:
Clean Air Gardening might never have come into existence if Lars Hundley, the president, hadn't been too cheap and environmentally conscious to buy a gasoline powered lawnmower to take care of the yard at a house he was renting back in 1997.
There wasn't a chance that he was going to spend hundreds of his own hard earned dollars to purchase some noisy, stinky, gasoline-powered contraption just for the benefit of his landlord. No way!
Instead, he poked around the back of a local big box home improvement store and found an old fashioned push reel mower, hidden way down on the bottom shelf where no one could see it.
"Wow!" he thought to himself. "I didn't even know they still made these things! I wonder if it works?" He dragged it out from the bottom shelf, paid at the register and took it home.
Once Lars got the mower home, put it together and started pushing, he was in for a pleasant surprise. It worked, and it worked well. It wasn't noticeably harder to push than some heavy, stinking 80 pound gas mower. And it did at least as good a job cutting the grass, if not better.
That was the moment when the wheels started turning.
 You can read more on their site!

Disclosure:I received no monetary compensation for this post, nor did I receive any product for review.  All thoughts and opinions are entirely my own.

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I like the woodgrain rain barrel
ShellyH said…
I like the Square Raised Bed Planter

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scottsgal said…
i like the multi tiered bed planter
msboatgal at
Unknown said…
I like the spin bin compost tumbler
Rusthawk said…
I would love to have the Woodgrain Rain Barrel.
Rusthawk said…
My comment at their blog:
Wanda McHenry said…
I love the Faux Stone Raised Bed Garden Kits

Wanda McHenry
tannawings said…
Stackable Worm Bin would be my choice- I compost and want to expand to worms!

tannawings at gmail dot com
Wanda McHenry said…
Left comment on the Clean Air Gardening Blog:

Wanda McHenry
Unknown said…
I love composters! This would be a great gift for my mom. She loves to garden. :)
Danielle S said…
I like their Santa's Train Stocking Holders
Danielle S
Danielle S said…
I left a comment on their blog
Danielle @ Royalegacy
i like the Double Tiered Birdhouse :)

marci h
tristatecruisers at yahoo dot com
dlhaley said…
I commented on Clean Air Gardening blog:
clenna said…
I would love to have the Spin Bin Compost Tumbler
clenna said…
I left a message at
debijackson said…
i like the woodgrain rain barrel
Darlene said…
I love the Bull Tire Swing
skkorman said…
I would love to have the Toro E-Cycler 20360 cordless electric lawn mower!

skkorman AT bellsouth DOT net
Charlotte said…
I like the "Eco Friendly Dog Donut Bed"

Anne N. said…
I like the 58 Gallon Rain Barrel.
Mikelynn said…
I love the Florence Garden Arbor.
1porkchop said…
I like the Classic Garden Hose Hanger
Unknown said…
Well, this WOULD be interesting to see if this Electric Weed Zapper would really work?


ejrichter60 at gmail dot com
Angie Bailey said…
I also like the Squirrel Powered Bird and Wildlife Feeder. ~ Angie Bailey
Nancy said…
I also like their Vermont Weather Station!

allibrary (at) aol (dot) com
Nancy said…
I commented on their blog that I was visiting from At the Fence blog.

allibrary (at) aol (dot) com
i like the Tux Zogoflex Dog Toy.
tranch said…
I love the Faux Stone Raised Bed Garden Kits
Marisa said…
I like their Recycled Tumbleweed Compost Tumbler.

madmegid at yahoo dot com
Unknown said…
The kids would have a blast with the Squirrel Powered Bird and Wildlife Feeder

danellejohns at gmail dot com
Niecey said…
Woodgrain Rain Barrel looks great
First off, Thank you for the intro to this wonderful company - I love it and want at least half of the items they carry! Among my many favorites:

Ezgro Original Hydroponic Garden Planter
Patio Gardening Success Kit

to name just two...

(Jesselyn A/Jesstinger)
I left two comments - both mentioning/thanking you for the intro here is one link:

I also commented on their Raised Bed Herb Planter (New Product)

(Jesselyn A/Jesstinger)
Unknown said…
i like the Vermont Weather Station

christinejessamine at hotmail dot com
I like the compost tumbler
Thank you for hosting this giveaway

pumuckler {at} gmail {dot} com
michedt said…
I'd love to have the Rectangular cedar raised planter bed for container gardening.

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