All the gardeners are going to love this one (like you haven’t loved the freebies the last two days). This is a truly AWESOME product, and I have a feeling it is going to be new to a lot of you. Not the idea, as we have heard tons of you making compost tea or worm juice for a while… but this product, packaging and if you check out the website and see it all in one place – you will be blown away.
One sec. Just in case you are late to the party. We are doing this because it is National Gardening Month, and we wanted to treat our readers and our new friends to some freebies. Most are gardening related, but some of the products are also “green” – which to us… the two go hand in hand. So help spread the word and send some folks over here. We will be giving away stuff all week!
Today’s give away is a 3-pack (assorted) of Authentic Haven Brand Soil Conditioner Tea.
Don’t start licking your lips just yet. If you are not a gardener… you don’t want to embarrass yourself by thinking you can down this on a hot summer day. Not saying you can’t… just wouldn’t be pretty. All the gardeners are licking their lips – but for the simple fact that they know how valuable this can be to their plants.
This assortment of teas are Alfalfa (for roses), Cow Manure (for veggies, house plants, container plants, lawn) & Horse Manure (for veggies, house plants, container plants, lawn). The website gives you all you need to know in order to “brew” your tea or if you have any questions – email Annie Haven (the owner – and ask her for her story… it is a great story).
So what are you waiting for? It is simple to enter. Leave a comment, and your in. Then run off and tell all your friends on your blog, or tweet everyone on twitter about it. I don’t care how you do it, just do it. Spread the word! If you are new here, subscribe to our RSS feed or subscribe via email. If your old here… I dunno… just leave us a comment and tell us how cool we are. Sounds good to us.
Hope I win – I can always use garden tea!
I’m new and your awesome! Does that count? 🙂
i’m new too! we’re finally in our first house and starting completely from scratch – so i think this is a very cool giveaway.
going to tweet now!
My yard would love to host your tea party!
I have poor soil. This would be great!
Excellent timing! Just setting up the beds for our veggies and herbs.
Thanks for offering this and for your great website!
I love drinking tea so I’m sure my garden would too! 🙂
My anti-spam word is “soup.”
Anyway – I would love to win this, as it would further convince my husband that gardening has made me crazy. Last night I brewed chamomile tea to water my seedlings (damping off, ugh). Now tea for the yard. Perfect!
I’m about to move, and I’m having to leave my garden’s enriched soil behind…. 🙁 These teas would definitely help me with the new one!
(Although I have thought about digging it all up and “packing” it into a box. Not sure s/o would appreciate that. >.< )
funny how simple things can get you excited…a compost tea bag giveaway…yes, I want it!
The teas sound great! Off to tweet now…
first time I’ve checked in this month. Pretty cool prizes. Yah!
I have a question?. I live in zone 6b-7a. we’re rarely below zero in south-southern Illinois. I’m researching builing a 12-16 ft ht cold frame green house for possible growing citrus trees( one or two orange and a grapefruit). Do you think this is do-able?
I’d like to get your opinion?
Good Gardening Donna
Consider this a tea-sing comment.
Oooh, my garden could use this! I just happen to have 4 beds in my veg garden and have only fertilized one so far! That leaves three, how perfect could it be?
I recently moved to Atlanta and this Georgia clay is going to take some serious work to get under control! I’ve been working the ground as much as possible but I sure could use any help I can get!
My garden would really loooove some tea:) Thanks!
count me in.
would love to try these teas! thanks.
Tea for me, please. ;>)
I’ve never heard of this before and would love to try it! Thanks for the chance. I’m new here.
I want to have my own “tea party”.
I have some new baby trees that need this stuff!
Me! Me! Me! Me! Breaking ground on a brand new garden this spring. It needs all the help it can get!
I make bunny poo tea. Fabulous stuff.
Opps, I linked you again.
I hope, hope , I make it in…you guys rock! I’m on my way home from watching some spring baseball @ Fenway and had to get my comment in to see if I win the compost tea.
you are wayyyy cool and I’m a new email subscriber 🙂
I bet I have a few plants that would come to tea!
Sounds faboulous! Would love to try some!