You know me. I am a bit selfish with this blog. I blog about what I like and what interests me. I get a lot of emails asking me to review this and that and most of them come from people who don't seem to have read my blog or to have any idea of what I write about so generally they cheerily get dumped! But I had a really nice email the other day from someone who works for Wish UK. She had clearly read my blog and thought about it and how it connected to her company and she wanted to know if I would like to run a competition. It's not often I have the chance to give away anything nice to you lovely people so I thought I would give it a go.
Wish UK is a gift providing company.
You know the sort of thing: driving a Ferrari, having a spa break, hot air ballooning, learning to fly a bird of prey. Oddly they didnt't want to offer any of these things as a prize but you can have a go at winning a free kit to grow your own herbs
The gift box contains: 1 packet of basil seeds. 1 packet of parsley seeds. 1 packet of thyme seeds. 1 packet of chive seeds. 1 packet of rosemary seeds. 5 starter growing pots made from coconut husk. 5 natural coconut husk compost discs which expand when watered. 5 wooden plant markers. Herb garden growing tips. So everything you need to get started with herbs and all for free so the ideal way of experimenting!
All you have to do is to go over to Wish UK and have a look around. There is a great variety of presents on offer and the prices look pretty good to me. Then if you would like a chance to win the herb kit just leave a comment indicating that you want to be included in the draw. If you can make sure that you have an email contact on your blogger profile I can let you know if you win and, with your permission, I will pass that contact on to Wish UK so that they can send out the prize. I will put the names of everyone who has commented into a hat on Wednesday 3rd August and get a passing small child to draw the winner.
I am a big fan of herbs and my own garden is full of mints, sages, rosemary, thyme, chives, basil and oregano. The wonderful thing about growing herbs is that you can eat them as well as grow them and, just as good, bees and butterflies love them so you are doing your bit to help pollinating insects too.