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Book giveaway Selina Lake Garden Style

First, let me share with you the bad news... this amazingly beautiful book is going to make you want to run out and redo your entire garden....it's going to change the way you look at everything in your garden from a different perspective...and that's great.


cover of book with cement frog statue www.ruralmag.com



The good news is.... you can win a copy for yourself. All you need to do is leave a comment on this blog post with your name, and email. If you wanted to tell us your favorite thing about gardening...then we would be even happier.


book open with moss and antique garden fork from www.ruralmag.com



Selina Lake is an amazing author of many books, each one seemingly more beautiful and creative than the last...the beauty of the book lays in how easy it is to use her ideas as a starting point for inspiration. 


flower and open book laid on barn boards from www.ruralmag.com



Make sure to enter, one copy will be given away to a lucky Canadian or US  resident.
Contest closes June 22, 2018, winner will be notified by email.

One entry per person please, open to Canadian, and US residents only.
A copy of this book was supplied for the purpose of a review by the publisher Ryland Peters & Samll.

All entries must be received by midnight PST June 22, 2018

Comments

What an awesome book. Gardening is very relaxing. I’d love a copy for my own gardening library. Linda. craftygardener @ xplornet . com

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