Saturday – Project/Upcycling Day

Saturday 8th May #TweetersFlowerShow presents – Project/Upcycling Day

Our theme today is projects and upcycling. We’d love to see what you are working on in your garden, your plans and ideas. Plus we love sustainability and upcycling – repurposing unwanted materials into garden paraphernalia – is the latest trend in green gardening. So show us those quirky creations – wellies turned into planters, barrels turned into water features or old kitchen furniture repurposed as garden seating among others.

Your Hosts

Your hosts today will be the entire #TweetersFlowerShow team:

Audrey Rose
@MrsARose1

Alison Levey
@Papaver

Jonathan Norman
@JonNormanDesign

Jason Richards
@JrRushden

Beck Nicholls
@TinyPotager

Once again our Twitter gardening friends will be offering their advice one last time:

ImageFounder of #FlowersOnFriday and popular Twitter gardener Audrey Rose (@AudreyRose1) will be sharing a blog on the creation of a 16 pot planter blog 
ImageCut flower expert Pippa (@bloominplants) will be project and upcycling ideas throughout the day

Post your pictures and get the chance to win a prize

Please post pictures of your project and upcycling photos to the #TweetersFlowerShow hashtag.

We will be awarding prizes for the best up-cycle project.

Today’s Judge

Judging today’s competition is well known Twitter gardener Susie Keane (@susiekeane4)

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Today’s Prizes are

  • Bronze – A pack of seeds of your choice from seed specialists S├Ždian
Linum Grandiflorum Rubrum  or Scarlet Flax image 2
  • Silver – A wildflower seed set from Seed Ball
Seedball seed mix

Choose three screens from their Medium Garden Screen range

And one screen from their gorgeous Indoor Screen range

Indoor Screen

All prizes will be accompanied by a #TweetersFlowerShow certificate:

Disclaimer: Prizes are only available to participants with UK residential addresses

However we will be awarding an International Certificate prize for any non UK residents who wish to participate – just add your countries flag to your tweet so we can spot you easily