Reel Gardening brings you a complete, compact and convenient gardening solution: the Grow Pod. This handy grow bag is made from 100% recycled material, which saves old cool-drink bottles from landfills.

It comes with a selection of seeds embedded in Reel Gardening’s special paper tape, which keeps each seed hydrated, nourished and properly spaced during germination. Join the planting revolution today!

Each Grow Pod includes:

– 1 x Grow Pod Bag

– 9 x units Reel Gardening seed tape (selected according to month & place of planting)

– 1 x Weed Guard Cover to prevent water evaporation & weeds

– Reel Easy Guide to Growing

– Access to The Planting Revolution app.

The Grow Bag is made with breathable, UV-stabilised material, which is made from recycled cool-drink bottles.

What makes the Reel Gardening system so special?

– Takes the fuss and guesswork out of gardening

– Contains top quality seeds and natural fertiliser

– Extremely water-wise – saves up to 80% water use during germination

– Very quick and easy to plant

– Great for family gardening projects with the kids

– Keeps seeds in place at the correct distance apart

– Protects the seeds from pests

– Prevents birds from eating the seeds out of the soil

– Handmade by previously unemployed women in South Africa

– Created by a young South African, winner of Woman in Water for Scientific Research & United Nations Environmental SEED award.

Prize Details:
One lucky reader will win a Reel Gardening Grow Pod.

Our Winner:

Robin-Lee Batties

How to enter:
Simply enter your details on the form below so we can contact you if you win.

Competition Ts & Cs:
– The winners will be announced on the morning of Wednesday, March 20
– Winners will be contacted via details entered on the form
– Winners are required to claim their prize by Friday, March 22 or another winner will be drawn
– Prizes are not refundable and cannot be exchanged for money.

 

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