Win A Self-watering Lechuza Balconera Planter – Giveaway

Win A self-watering Lechuza Balconera 50 planter, worth £29.99, to plant with your little ones!

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We all know kids love the great outdoors in the summer months, but that doesn’t mean they can’t get green-fingered in winter too. Planting indoors with your children is not only educational but great fun for all of the family to get involved in too! We’re offering one lucky winner a stylish Lechuza BALCONERA Color 50 All-in-One Set to get your little ones growing exciting plants or edibles and add some greenery to your home in the run-up to spring.

Lechuza planters (widely used by professional landscapers and the green fingered enthusiasts) are famed for their sub-irrigation system, which provides plants with the exact amount of water they need for optimum growth for up to 12 weeks.

The BALCONERA combines elegance with the most convenient use and care – perfect for introducing the little ones to planting! To find out more, visit

To win, enter the competition below –

Win a Lechuza Self Watering Balconera Planter

Please read the full terms and conditions within the giveaway.

133 thoughts on “Win A Self-watering Lechuza Balconera Planter – Giveaway

  1. I love primroses. I bought half a dozen plants over 10 years ago, and since then they have self-seeded themselves everywhere so that in the spring I have a carpet of pale yellow flowers.

  2. My favorite has always been tulips. I used to plant the bulbs with my mom and then wait all year for the next spring for them to pop up 🙂 It was worth the wait! I was so excited to share them with my teachers and friends at school.

  3. I love love love tulips! The variety and different colours are amazing. We always plant new ones each year.

  4. My favourite spring flowers are tulips, not cut ones in a vase as they don’t seem to do well, but in the garden, I think they look lovely.

  5. I love the camellias and they came out at Christmas this year and are still flowering in the garden.

  6. Well I live in Aberdeenshire so my spring happens about June. My favourite is erythronium californicum, or dog’s tooth violet. I like the leaves as much as the flowers.

  7. I love the clean smell and beautiful colour of lavender. Also like that my friends the bees love it as well.

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