We are so pleased to tell you about a fantastic competition with Rattan Direct called ‘Rattan in The Bloom’. They would love to see what you grow in your garden and the winner will have a £500 voucher to spend across the entire Rattan website.
How to Enter
To be in with a chance of winning, all you need to do is pop over to the competition page attach a photo of your garden to the contact form and email it to the lovely people at Rattan. And that’s it!
Alternatively, you can send an email with ‘Rattan in Bloom’ Entry in the subject line, attach your photo and send it to email@example.com.
The winner and runner up will be chosen at random, you can send in one entry only from now until 12 noon on 1st September 2017. Rattan will notify the winner within 7 days of the closing date. The winner and runner-up will be announced on their website and on their social media channels.
So with this lovely sunshine we have at the moment, get planting and snapping and send them your photo of your garden in bloom.
What is in bloom in spring?
There are so many beautiful bulbs across the grass and in containers – snowdrops, cyclamen, daffodils, grape hyacinths, tulips.
Also in flower are anemones, primroses and other woodland plants. Camellias, magnolias and lilac are so beautiful in spring too.
You will start to see glorious flowers appearing on Cherry Trees as well as the pink and white apple blossom is always glorious in April and May.
And what’s in bloom in summer?
Geraniums flower through early summer joined by irises, London Pride, and Granny’s Bonnet. Look out for Camassia and Alliums bulbs, then lilies and gladioli.
Roses are wonderful throughout June and July as is lavender. There are so many flowers including cosmos, sweet peas, petunias, lobelia and sunflowers. Plus Dahlias, cannas, crocosmia and hydrangeas – in pink, white or blue.
So many flowers!
Make sure you send Rattan a photo of the flowers in bloom in your garden pictures. And if you are looking for new garden furniture there are some great ideas on the website
What are your favourite garden flowers?