Win a One Year Subscription To GrowVeg.com (Expired)

Win a Free One Year Subscription To GrowVeg

We are starting off 2011 with an awesome giveaway on our Facebook Fan Page where you could win a FREE one year subscription to GrowVeg.com Online Garden Planning Tool.

First, we will give you a little information about GrowVeg.com, and explain how you could win a free one year subscription.

What Is GrowVeg.com?

GrowVeg Online Garden Planning ToolGrowVeg.com is an online garden planning tool that makes creating a useful garden plan a breeze.

GrowVeg.com features a very easy to use drag and drop system to give you the ability to quickly plan your vegetable garden.

You simply create your vegetable garden layout, then grab the image icon that represents the vegetables, fruits, or herbs, that you want to grow and drop them within your garden layout. You can continually add and adjust items until your garden is precisely how you want it.

One of the best things about GrowVeg.com is there's no special software that you need to download; it runs right in your web browser.

GrowVeg.com also gives you planting and harvest times for your particular area, valuable information for succession planting so you can maximize the efficiency of your vegetable garden, crop rotation information, and much more.

For more details on GrowVeg.com, please check out their web site.

Sounds Great! How Do I Win a Free One Year Subscription?

We will be giving away a free one year subscription to GrowVeg.com this week via the Veggie Gardener Facebook Page, here’s how:

  1. Go to the Veggie Gardener Facebook Page and click the “Like” button (if you haven’t already).
  2. Find the link to this article on our Page Wall and leave an answer to this question in the comments below: “How much time do you spend planning your vegetable garden each year?
  3. One answer will be drawn at random on Saturday, January 15, 2011 at 2 PM EST and they will be the winner of the free one year subscription to GrowVeg.com.
  4. I will contact the winner via Facebook to let them know they have won and details on how they can redeem their free subscription.

That’s It

Once you leave your answer to the question in the comments area you are automatically entered to win. If for whatever reason you habe trouble finding where to leave your answer simply leave it directly on the Wall. Try to make it pretty obvious and please avoid leaving your answer where I may not see it.

Let’s go over the details of the giveaway one more time:

What’s Up for Grabs?

A free one year subscription to GrowVeg.com Online Garden Planning Tool (a $25 value!)

How Long Does The Giveaway Run?

The giveaway begins right now and ends on Saturday, January 15, 2011 at 2 PM EST. A random entrant will be drawn at this time and notified via Facebook that they are the winner.

Where Do I Enter?

On the Veggie Gardener Facebook Page.

How Do I Enter?

Simply leave your answer to this question in the comments or on the Wall – “How much time do you spend planning your vegetable garden each year?“. Once you leave a valid answer, you will be automatically entered in the giveaway.

How Will I Know If I Won?

After the drawing is completed I will contact the winner via Facebook with instructions on how to redeem the prize.

If you have any questions about the giveaway, or anything else, please feel free to contact me.

Good luck!


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6 Comments on Win a One Year Subscription To GrowVeg.com (Expired)

  1. Hello Tee, I always spend hours planning my garden on graph paper. I have a defined space for the garden and based on that I try to get the most out of te ground. I still can’t put up as much as I want to. I usually start planning in February or early March and keep revising it as I realize that there isn’t enough room! I typically use 3-4 different layouts and then draw an “actually planted” diagram to work on watering.

  2. I spend at least a month before planting time toplan out my garden on paper.Last season I started off a little late. We had a season of extreamly dry weather. I plan to purchase soaker hoses to make up for dry weather. I purchased plants that werent the choice picks. But this year, I will purchase some of the same. I t worked out well.I want to purchase organic ferterlizer instead of manure. I dont know what is the best. I see there is a product called Poo peas? Before its time for all this , this snow season has to leave!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!1

  3. I’m in tx, and try to garden year round. I generally plant on a whim, or when a space becomes available. I checked out your wonderful planner once before, but am financially challenged, and have much catching up to do, before I have any extra to purchase it.

    Some of the things I liked about it, are the drag feature to make rows or blocks of the same veggie, and the emails to let me know it’s time to do something. I also liked the ability to customize vegetables in the notes section. Instead of just putting in a block of “Tomatoes”, one can put the variety, Green Zebra, Black Krim, etc., and any other veggie with many different varieties.

    I strive to try at least one of as many different varieties as I can find, favoring dwarf varieties, inside in a south facing bow window in the winter, and larger varieties outside, in the spring. It makes for fresh veggies year round, and a very colorful garden, in the summer. 🙂

    So basically, I’m constantly planning.

  4. I’m in tx, and try to garden year round. I generally plant on a whim, or when a space becomes available. I checked out your wonderful planner once before, but am financially challenged, and have much catching up to do, before I have any extra to purchase it.

    Some of the things I liked about it, are the drag feature to make rows or blocks of the same veggie, and the emails to let me know it’s time to do something. I also liked the ability to customize vegetables in the notes section. Instead of just putting in a block of “Tomatoes”, one can put the variety, Green Zebra, Black Krim, etc., and any other veggie with many different varieties.

    I strive to try at least one of as many different varieties as I can find, favoring dwarf varieties, inside in a south facing bow window in the winter, and larger varieties outside, in the spring. It makes for fresh veggies year round, and a very colorful garden, in the summer. 🙂

    I grow all my open pollinated/Heirloom veggies without chemicals, and as close to organic as I can get.

    So basically, I’m constantly planning.

    Ps: I didn’t see the first post, so I’m posting again.

  5. i pend planning my garden starting in jan what to plant where in my garden and what seed to start early etc and proceed as planned .will modify as the time and weather permits .

  6. I spend about 15-20 hours scratching my head, and over thinking. I’d like to spend about 8 hours and do it easy. I’d like to do this right so I can feed myself this next winter. Thanks for the offer

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