Giveaway No. 1: Hummingbird Package (48-hr entry)

Hummingbird Package includes:

  1. Popular Birding Series – Hummingbirds Volume 2 (magazine)
    • I don’t know if I should photograph the magazine, so I’ve included a link where you can see the front cover of the magazine.
  2. Hummingbird Feeder
    • Holds up to 28 ounces
    • Glass jar with large opening for easy cleaning
    • Built-in ant moat
    • 6 feeding ports

For a chance to win, here’s what you need to do. Leave a comment in this post, with answers to the following three questions:

  1. What is your favorite Your Gardening Friend post?
  2. Why did you choose that post? (This is very helpful.)
  3. What topics would you like to see covered here in the months to come?

That’s it. Pretty easy!

A winner will be RANDOMLY selected, and announced on Saturday.

Please only enter once. Be sure to check out the giveaway rules. Also, for this giveaway, you need to be a US resident with a US ship-to address (no P.O. Box). I hope to have future giveaways open to everyone in the whole wide world :). We’ll see…

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6 comments to Giveaway No. 1: Hummingbird Package (48-hr entry)

  • Cindy Thompson

    Hi Holly
    I like your website. I really like the mix of what you are doing and what you are thinking as well as blogs of your advice. Only Advice, which you do well, can get tedious on a blog. But a mix of things is really interesting
    I haven’t been following you very long, but I liked the blog about Gardening Tools…I had never thought of taking a damp rag with me when I am working in the garden,but I often could use one. I always get outside without bottled water and have to run inside to get it.
    As for topics, I’m really interested in the bubbling boulder project. Compost too…maybe…it’s a necessary evil. You are doing a great job!

  • Karin

    I am a new subscriber and have been perusing your posts. I think my favorite so far is the one on building your soil. Although I am not new to gardening at all, I find there is always something new to learn! Thank you!

  • Amber

    Given the number of times I’ve commented on your posts, it’s safe to say I’m a fan of your work!! For utility reasons, I like Gardening 101: Annuals, Biennials, & Perennials because it made me think that maybe I should consider diversifying my plants.

    Besides growing plants, I have another growing problem — grass. I’d love your take on how to improve my crabgrassy, clover-filled yard!! :D

  • Heather

    There are several things I like about your blog. I love that you are detailed and informative without being tedious. I LOVE that you touch on all sorts of topics. I was afraid your blog would just be a how-to for planting, but it’s much more about understanding and enjoying nature. I love how you are organized with lists like gardening tools and “what to expect.” And I love how you put pictures with all sorts of things, like what perlite, vermiculite, and peat moss look like; how big the gecko was; and how many bats were in your neighbor’s bat house. I liked how you gave a very detailed explanation of how to go about asking for bricks from jobsites.

    It’s hard to pick which post I like the most. I’ve been reading your posts since the blog went up. Sometimes you give explanations for things I don’t think I would like an explanation for (like bats, plant hardiness zones, or fiddleheads) but then I start reading and I find out something interesting, or or incredibly helpful. Actually, my favorite post will have to be Bats-A Gardener’s Friend AND Family Friend. I never knew all of that about bats, and I love the idea that I could drastically reduce the mosquito population around my house). I’ve printed instructions from one of the links so that I can build one. I’ll let you know how it goes.

  • I will be honest… I just found my way over here from The Prairie Homestead. I did look at your garden tools post, because the picture caught my eye. I will be looking around for more ideas. We do a garden every year. The last 2 or 3 years though, we have had problems with cucumbers wilting early and the same with zucchini. I would like to learn more about organic prevention from stuff like this.

  • Bobbi

    I am fairly new but so far I like all the posts. I am having a little trouble finding older ones, but that is probably me. I an following the bubbling boulder one. So excited to how it comes out!
    The type of posts i like to read are DIY with lots of pictures. I love gardening posts too.
    Thanks for the giveaway!