Longfield Gardens wants to help gardeners grow their gardens with a $100 gift card to its website.
Beginning August 25, fans of Longfield Gardens’ flower bulbs can enter the Fall Bulb Gift Card Giveaway for a chance to win a $100 gift card.
“A $100 gift card can really go far when you’re talking about flower bulbs,” says Hans Langeveld, co-owner and bulb enthusiast at Longfield Gardens.
“Plus, investing a bit more in bulbs is a budget-friendly way to add a sea of color to your spring garden with little effort on your part,” adds Langeveld.
To enter the contest, simply "Like" Longfield Gardens on Facebook for your chance to win. The winner will be able to use their $100 gift card from Longfield Gardens for bulbs of their choice on the e-commerce website.
On September 8, Longfield Gardens will announce two randomly selected grand prize winners who will each receive a $100 gift card.
In addition to the gift card, participants can enter to win bags of popular fall flower bulb varieties by answering Longfield Garden’s question of the day on Facebook between August 25 and September 8.
“This season, we want to give gardeners a chance to indulge in a few extra special bulbs, or expand the number of flower bulbs they’re planting,” says Langeveld.
Falling in love with bulbs is easy—especially when it’s free.
For a chance to win the $100 gift card, like Longfield Gardens on Facebook and click the Fall Bulb Gift Card Giveaway tab to enter.
Longfield Gardens is one of America’s top importers of quality flower bulbs. Longfield’s mission is to bring bulb gardening into every home, offer common sense planting information and stretch your dollar by offering competitive prices that are transparent. This simple approach to selling bulbs saves their customers time and money while increasing gardening success. Longfield Gardens carries an impressive selection of spring-planted, fall-planted and winter product lines, as well as information and inspiration. For more information, visit the website at www.longfield-gardens.com or visit the blog at blog.longfield-gardens.com.