It’s spring! Whether your garden is just poking up from under the snow or you’ve been gardening throughout the winter, it’s time to get your garden growing. Spruce it up and it’ll come out looking like roses – just in time for Harry Helmet’s Best Garden Social Contest. Do you have a garden that’s spectacular? Whether you’re growing food, native plants, flowers, or an eclectic combination of all of the above, you can send in your spectacular garden photos to the Best Garden Social Contest.
What Should I Send In?
Your garden is beautiful. What angle captures it best? Perhaps there’s a group of plants that complement each other perfectly. Take a look around your garden and snap away. If you have a lovely photo of your garden on hand or you’d like to take one as your spring garden bursts into bloom, you can send in one photo a day from April 1st to June 30th.
Visit the contest page to participate. You’ll also find the photo contest entry form on the photo contest tab on our Facebook page. To enter, fill out the form and submit it every day you enter the contest. Be sure to vote for your own picture and get your friends and family to vote once per day as well.
The picture with the highest number of votes by the end of the contest period will be declared the winner. The winner will be announced on July 7th, 2015. The prize winner will receive a $100 Visa® gift card. We will notify the winners by email, so remember to check your email on July 7th to look for the big announcement.
The Fine Print To enter the Harry Helmet Best Social Garden contest, you must be a Home Owner, 21 years of age or older with a valid email address. You also need to live in one of the following states: DC, MD, NJ, OH, PA, VA, WA, or WV.
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Written by Del Thebaud