Giveaway! Grow Just One Thing

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Kyrstie Barak’s book, Grow Just One Thing – The first step in a fresh food journey (RRP$22.95), released earlier this year is all about motivating gardeners to grow their own food. Her book is full of great ideas, helpful advice on where to start, and delicious recipes to inspire you to keep growing.

And I have two copies to give away. You can win yourself a copy just by emailing your details and the answer to the following question:

“If someone new to food gardening asked you what they should plant first, what would you suggest as the best plant to start with?”

Terms of Entry: Entries can be made until Monday November 7, 2016 with the 2 winners chosen at random and notified via email and on social media on Tuesday November 8, 2016. You must be located within Australia to win. Limited to one entry per person. By entering this competition you agree to opt-in to Seedling, the My Home Harvest eNewsletter, if you are not already a subscriber.

To find out more about the author, Kyrstie Barak, visit A Fresh Legacy.

Comments

  1. Lorraine says

    Cherry tomatoes are so easy to grow, just squeeze the seeds from a tomato in a sunny spot. We have just arrived home after nearly 6 weeks holiday and found that the water gauge has 7 mls in it and the cherry tomatoes have flourished. They are full of fruit at various stages of ripening and are delicious. Obviously a drought tolerant plant and as a bonus no fruit fly grubs.

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