Friday, 24 April 2020

Ad | Sudocrem Back To The Garden Indoor/Outdoor Growing Kit Giveaway.

This Summer we're working with Sudocrem on their Back To The Garden campaign - to encourage families to get growing, whether you have a garden, a yard, a balcony or a window.

Most of us are temporary teachers to our children, supporting their learning whether your school is sending work online, you are following the BBC Bitesize lessons, printing off worksheets or something else. We all take in much more information when it's fun, and growing your own plants is incredibly rewarding, as well as being a perfect opportunity to learn.
Long term projects are important right now. They give us a focus and something to look forward to. They can also offer some control in a world of uncertainty. Gardening is a brilliant way to get away from screens and focus on life.
Ad | Sudocrem Back To The Garden logo with flowers and plants
Sudocrem are giving away 100 growing kits to families, and they're also going to give away 3 to my readers. The kits are worth around £40 each, and have everything you need to get started, including seeds, gloves and gardening tools - and of course some Sudocrem to soothe a gardener's skin that's been scratched, prickled or stung, or just become dry from handwashing.

Winners can choose between an indoor kit or an outdoor kit, or let Sudocrem decide which they send. Both of the kits have a drawstring bag, so you can keep everything tidy when you aren't using it.


To enter Sudocrem's Gardening Kit giveaway with 100 prizes, head over to the Sudocrem Back To The Garden page on their website before the end of May and fill out the form! You can also find a print out colouring poster and Sudocrem will be teaming up with gardeners all over the country to collect some ideas for fun easy projects that children can manage and enjoy - you can already find Crazy Cress with Stephanie Birch.

If you have already started planting, indoors or out, there is an additional chance for 5 families to win a £100 garden centre voucher. Share your gardening project photos with Sudocrem on Facebook, Twitter or Instagram, tagging @Sudocrem #BackToTheGarden & #SudocremBTTGcomp before 17th May, and Sudocrem will pick 5 lucky winners. (Terms and Conditions apply.)

If you just want to make sure no-one uses your own pot of Sudocrem, you can get a personalised My Little Sudocrem with your own name - find out more on the Sudocrem website.


3 of my readers can win a gardening kit for themselves here too. Entry is using a Gleam form because it's fair and stores all of the entries for me. None of your details are used for anything other than this giveaway, then deleted. If you are new to Gleam, you can find a 'how-to' here. No entry is mandatory, but each extra action gives you more entries in the random draw.

This giveaway is open to UK entrants only, and will end at midnight Sunday 24th May 2020. Full terms and conditions are at the bottom of the Gleam form. All of my UK giveaways are on my Giveaways Page.

Sudocrem Back To The Garden Indoor/Outdoor Growing Kit Giveaway

We were paid for the time taken working with Sudocrem. 

108 comments:

  1. My children are desperate to plant lots of flowers to attract some butterflies into the garden.

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  2. I would love to grow some flowers for the garden at my new house all I have is grass and it needs some colour

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  3. some sweet peas, lavendar and vgetables x

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  4. great fun gardening for me and the kids

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  5. Great way to get the kids in the garden and in touch with nature.

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  6. I would like to grow some nice flowers in a window box. They would be a great help during lockdown.

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  7. I would like to grow sunflowers for my grandson and carrots.

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  8. i'm looking forward to growing watermelons

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  9. I would love to win this for Frederick, he loves being outside and is really curious about how things grow. He would certainly put this kit to good use 🌱😊

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  10. Courgettes - the round variety are very nice

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  11. I would like to grow lots of flowers.

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  12. Carrots and strawberries

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  13. I would like to grow sweet peas and sunflowers

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  14. Robert Mark Ward25 April 2020 at 10:30

    I failed to grow onions & carrots last time I tried, so I'd like to try them again.

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  15. I've been weeding and discarding unloved plants. Now there are spaces just ready to fill with colourful flowers

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  16. My daughter Heidi and I were out gardening today and feel very lucky to have a garden (more now than ever)
    We would love to grow some sunflowers, pansies and marigolds.
    Flowers are so cheerful and great for the wildlife too especially bees and butterflies.

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  17. I would love my after school children to have this as we could plant some seeds in our new outdoor area we made before lockdown. Maybe herbs, fruit or sunflowers

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  18. I want to grow some wildflowers for bees and other pollinating insects.

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  19. Some strawberries,the kids would love to see them grow

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  20. My grandson would love this-it would be a great way to continue to encourage him into the garden.

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  21. Sunflowers and tomatoes xx

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  22. Some flowers with the children, maybe some pansies and marigolds

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  23. My daughter said she would like to grow strawberries

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  24. My parents have instilled a love of flowers and gardening and I want to do the same with my toddler daughter. I'd love to start growing some flowers and veggies with her. I'm sure she would love it.

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  25. Tomatoes and my Granddaughter would love the Sunflowers

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  26. Tomatoes definitely as home grown ones are so packed full of flavour

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  27. Would grow tomatoes and runner beans!!

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  28. Tomatoes and strawberries

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  29. I'm having a competition with my 4 yr old grandson on Zoom to see who grows the most tomatoes on one plant, I have a funny feeling he will win.

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  30. Herbs, strawberries, tomatoes & onions

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  31. My little girl loves to grow with me tomatoes and strawberry

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  32. id love to grow leeks and tomatoes--my favourite veg

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  33. We'd love to grow some peas and tomatoes, thanks for the chance to win.

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  34. Herbs and flowers for butterflies and bees.

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  35. It is fun to grow things and watch them develop.😀

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  36. Vegetables, as we have never had a vegetable garden. Would be great for all generations. To grow some food, and make use of it for family and friends. Real Achievements to be had.

    Rachel Craig

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  37. I'd love to grow strawberries and tomatoes!

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  38. strawberries, tomatoes and peas

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  39. Would love for us to grow some flowers to plant in the garden and it would be fantastic to try to grow some strawberries or some vegetables as i think my two would enjoy growing their own food!

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  40. It would be good to get some flower seedlings started off before the autumn so they flower next summer.

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  41. What an amazing way to get kids interested in gardening

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  42. Some annual flowers to brighten up the garden

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  43. we would love to grow some tomatoes!

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  44. we would love to grow some tomatoes!

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  45. I would love to grow some pretty flowers and tomatoes with my little boy

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  46. Any plants which attract butterflies

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  47. ashleigh allan18 May 2020 at 13:21

    Sunflowers and tomatoes!

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  48. Margaret Clarkson
    Asparagus

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  49. I would grow courgettes, as long as you plant a couple they are easy to grow and nice to eat

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  50. My kids always love to grow sunflowers to see who grows a taller one. But basil and thyme would be my first choices.

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  51. A herb garden and some sunflowers 🌻

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  52. Wild flowers to attract bees and butterflies to our garden

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  53. My daughter want to grow peas, as then she can de-pod them, she thinks that's fun!

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  54. I'd love to get some vegetables growing and get everyone eating a bit healthier.

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  55. forget me nots - for my Dad & Nan who are no longer with us.

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  56. My three year old and I would love to grow carrots in our garden.

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  57. I would like to grow peas and tomatoes. Also some wild flowers.

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  58. I would love to grow lots of veggies for our dinners!

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  59. beetroot and lettuce, sunflowers.

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  60. Some beautiful flowers and some vegetables, so tat we can pick them and eat them

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  61. I would like to grow potatoes and carrots.

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  62. I would love to grow some veggies and perhaps some Tulips

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  63. Love to grow some vegetables

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  64. My girls would love to grow some flowers to attract the Bees

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  65. I would love to plant and grow lots of veggies and herbs! Possibly some potatoes, yummy!- geri Gregg

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  66. I'd like to try to grow sunflowers and strawberries

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  67. We have done some much gardening this year thanks to the lockdown.

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  68. Now I am retired I want to start growing my own veggies.

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  69. love to show them how to grow things

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  70. I'd like to try growing some vegetables

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  71. Herbs, vegetables and sunflowers

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  72. Some flowers for the butterfly's

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  73. I'd like to grow passion flowers

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  74. My children and I would love to grow things for the garden

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  75. Carrots and tomatoes would be great

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  76. I would love to grow tomatoes. Perfect for getting the kids to help in the garden

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  77. Love growing stuff we can eat - salad leaves, tomatoes, carrots etc

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  78. Selena Longworth24 May 2020 at 16:07

    We are currently growing strawberries in our hanging basket. My kids love helping water them. We would love to add some beans and courgette plans to our pot garden.

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  79. has to be strawberrys :)

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  80. would love to grow tomatoes and strawberries

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  81. I'd like to grow some bright bee-friendly flowers!

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  82. Theresa Thomas24 May 2020 at 21:14

    I would love to grow some tomatoes

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  83. We've just brought our first Tomato plants would love to grow all our own veggies

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  84. Tomatoes and some sunflowers to grow with my 2 year old

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  85. I'd set the boys to grow radishes and salad leaves as these grow relatively quickly

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  86. I'd like to grow a nice selection of herbs.

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