Tuesday, April 15, 2014

Enter to Win a Border Dahlia Garden from Longfield Gardens

Dahlias offer a world of possibilities. Used en masse or planted alongside annuals and perennials, border dahlias, add a bold, late summer punch that no other flower can.

Beginning April 14, bulb-lovers across the country can enter for a chance to win a variety of melody and gallery dahlias in Longfield Garden’s Facebook contest, the Border Dahlia Garden Giveaway. One random grand prize winner will be drawn on Monday, April 21.

The winner will be able to fill a large garden space with a premium variety of colorful melody and gallery dahlias. Spring-planted bulbs that bloom continuously summer through first frost.

“Border dahlias are beautiful, versatile, and deliver a profuse amount of flowers—all the way through fall,” says Jennifer Pfau, marketing director and bulb enthusiast at Longfield Gardens. “Though the melody and gallery series look stunning as borders—you can also plant them in garden beds, landscapes and in containers. Best of all, these dahlias require no staking!”

To enter the contest, like Longfield Gardens on Facebook, then click the ‘contest tab’. On April 21, Longfield Gardens will randomly select one lucky winner to receive the gallery and melody dahlias.

In addition, Longfield is offering their Facebook fans daily chances to win a bag of their most popular dahlia varieties. Simply follow Longfield Gardens on Facebook and answer the daily question for the Border Dahlia Giveaway from April 14 through April 21.

“If you’ve never planted dahlias because you think they’re too much work, the melody and gallery dahlias will quickly change your mind,” explains Pfau. “You’ll love the mass of continuous color they offer from summer into fall, not to mention the stunning cut flower arrangements they make.”

Falling in love with Longfield flower bulbs is easy—especially when it’s free.

For more information, visit the website at http://www.longfield-gardens.com or visit the blog at blog.longfield-gardens.com.

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