Normann Copenhagen herb planter and heirloom seeds from Living Seeds

As our exciting #IDEAS101 Issue hits the shelves, we are sure that you are going to adore our newest insert, DECOGROW. We dig up the best gardening inspiration in every issue, ensuring your green fingers are always on trend.

To celebrate #DECOGROW you stand the chance to WIN a Normann Copenhagen herb planter from Entrepo and a selection of herb packs from Living Seeds. Sean Freeman says in our #IDEAS101 #DECOGROW feature that the best gardening advice he’s ever been given is to ‘Start small and expand your garden every season’. And what better way to start small than with this herb planter and seeds.

To win, simply comment below and tell us which is the most unusual fruit or vegetable on livingseeds.co.za you’d most like to try your hand at growing!
Competition ends 15 May 2015. Winners are notified privately.

38 COMMENTS

  1. I would love to try my hand at growing Romanesco Broccoli – the golden ratio inscribed within the broccoli, not only makes you want to have it on display, but also eat it! Not to mention how lovely it will look in danish designed planter 🙂

  2. The Rainbow Carrot Blend sounds like a gardening challenge I’d like to take on.
    They would certainly add a pop of colour to my dinner table!

  3. Jelly Melon, because before today I had never heard of it, and now want to try it! They look so interesting!

  4. THE BRONZE FENNEL HERB WOULD ACCENTUATE THE VERSATILE POTS TO MAKE A COMPLIMENTARY FEATURE TO ALL THE GORGEOUS BRONZE AND METALLIC TONES WE SO HAVE TO INDULGE IN THIS YEAR, ALONG WITH THE DARK OPAL BASIL HERBS IN THE ADJACENT CONTAINER-HIS +HERS COLOURS! -PERFECT HERBS FOR THE COMFORTING SOUPS & HEARTY FOODS AHEAD.BOTH ARE NO FUSS PROCUCTS MAKING IT EASIER TO #DECOGROW, ESPECIALLY FOR FLAT DWELLLERS!

  5. Bambara nut, because this tasty nut can be eaten fresh while still unripe (green) and the mature seeds can be boiled, roasted or fried in oil to bring out the sweet, nutty taste. The dried seeds can be soaked and used like normal dried beans or ground into a nutritious flowerfor baking and breakfast porridge.The tasty green seeds can also be added to soups and stews. On top of all, these nuts have high nutritional value.

  6. Spaghetti Squash – to serve the gluten intolerant family members “spaghetti bolognese” Woh, I am inspired, can’t wait!

  7. What a wonderfully design! I would love to plant zucchini seed in the modern planter. Zucchini blossoms and zucchini summer squash is wonderful for cooking. So excited!

  8. WEST INDIAN BURR GHERKIN VEGETABLE SEEDS – they look like little aliens – but I would love to try growing them lol

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