27 May 2013

Our First Giveaway

In celebration of reaching 10,000 hits on the blog, I am happy to offer a giveaway to all of my loyal readers out there.  I was trying to think if something good, and I decided on this:

Month-by-Month Gardening in the Carolinas, by Bob Polomski.  If you don't have it, you should.  It's an all-
around great book to have here.  It may be a little much to keep up with, as it tells you when to plant most any plant, when to harvest, when to prune, when to fertilize.  The book is organized well, broken up into sections by plant type - lawns, shrubs, roses, vegetables, etc.  And as its name implies, it does go month by month explaining how to maintain your landscape.  A must!

Here's how the giveaway works:  To enter, leave a comment on this post, telling me what you like about this blog.  Make sure you include
your first name and an email address so I can let you know if you win.  One entry per person.

You can get an additional entry if you follow me on Twitter, @PCHomestead.  Make sure you mention that you follow when you comment on this post.

The contest ends on June 2nd, 2013 at 11:59pm EDT.  A winner will be randomly selected and will be announced later that week.  Thanks to everyone for participating!


5 comments:

Anonymous said...

You know I need all the help I can get so am glad to see it. Pat on Parkside. You have my email addy.

Robyn Bradley said...

I love your blog Jenion. It's great information for any of us gardening in the Lowcountry. I enjoy learning new ideas - I'm thinking of trying potatoes next year. Robyn PS I think I clicked on the wrong button and who knows who has my original comment.

jodi said...

I like your blog because you write it with the same attention to detail you have demonstrated with any passion you have embraced. Your writing style is fun to read! - Jodi in Charlotte

Anonymous said...

I like your blog because I like to read about other people's gardening and esp that your plants come from finding them or others sharing and that not everything has to be bought!

Michel

noorachen said...

Well, shoot, I read this a couple days ago and forgot to comment in time, even after your FB reminder. Well, I was going to say that our potato plants looked like the photo you posted so we dug some up even though they hadn't flowered yet, and they looked great! We've already made a couple meals from them and we still have more in the ground. I'm glad we didn't wait any longer to harvest. I don't know where Haley got the seed potatoes.

Gretchen