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Spring Into Cloth Giveaway 2019!

Added on 01 September 2019 in Darlings Downunder, Giveaways & competitions, Seedling Baby

Spring has sprung! To celebrate, we're running a #SpringIntoCloth giveaway and 4 lucky people will win a Seedling Baby Multifit Nappy in our exclusive Green Nurture limited edition print! This is a gorgeous spring print, very Peter Rabbit-y, and perfect for all those little ones who love getting out in the garden.

 

To enter, just sign up to our newsletter (if you haven't already - we will be checking this!!!), then either post a photo on Instagram inspired by #springintocloth (tagging us and using the #springintocloth hashtag) OR leave a comment below letting us know what you grow (or wish you could grow!) in your garden.

Some conditions:

  • Competition is only open to Australian residents who are over 18 years
  • Entries close 14 September 2019
  • Winners will be chosen by Darlings Downunder based on their entry
  • Winners will be announced here 15 September 2019


Comments

Posted by David Hickman on 01 September 2019

We live in a little townhouse and We have a worm farm (composta) and growing all our own herbs, and lettuce and just started growing tomato, squash and some kale and celery to be more self sufficient and saving money :)

Posted by Jade on 01 September 2019

We have some yummy Strawberries growing! Almost ready to eat

Posted by Phillipa on 01 September 2019

I wish I could grow citrus trees and basil

Posted by Kristy Hetzel on 01 September 2019

I wish I grew BLUEBERRIES!!!!

Posted by Amber Burford on 01 September 2019

Loving this #springintocloth giveaway!! While im currently growing my baby in my belly, I’m also hoping to grow some more strawberries and spinach in my garden! strawberries are my #1 pregnancy craving and spinach to increase my iron levels (6months preggas with my soon-to-be little cloth bum baby) xx

Posted by Jessie on 01 September 2019

Tomato’s!! And spring onions which grow like crazy but I don’t know what to do with them!

Posted by Emma on 01 September 2019

We love to grow what ever sprouts from our worm farm! So far we have tomatoes, pumpkins, avocado and mango trees and best of all more strawberries than a 1 year old can eat!

Posted by Hayley on 01 September 2019

We have a little yard and have 3 vege patches than have been neglected since bub arrived. But they grow potatoes, tomatoes, pumpkins without any maintenance. I also have blueberry, raspberry and strawberry plants that are my babies.

Posted by Kathryn on 01 September 2019

We have 2 big raised garden beds, and this year to be a little different we have flowers in one and veggies in the other- violas, snapdragons, cornflowers and marigolds, plus tomatoes, strawberries, peas and silver beet. We also have a mandarin, lemon tree plus 2 blueberry bushes.. my dream is to have somebody everything!

Posted by Felicity Holt on 01 September 2019

My husband is the green thumb in the household. He grows heaps of veggies and I take care of the cooking sides of things. My 3yo loves to pick himself snacks from the garden while he is outside playing...consequently our capsicums never grow to full size. You could say he is our own little Peter Rabbit smuggling veg from the garden ????

Posted by Jemma Rowe on 02 September 2019

I grow my own veges, with the help of my 2yo! This year it will be beans, peas, carrots, tomatoes, eggplants and zucchini. Best way to get the toddler keen on eating fresh vege!

Posted by Tiffany Bettson on 02 September 2019

We have a worm farm and two compost bins. The soil around them is great and time and weather permitting, I'd love to grow some strawberries, tomatoes, and perhaps some vegetables to not only save money but have healthy fresh foods from our own backyard. I think my eldest, we go is 6 would enjoy gardening with me and learn a lot from the experience.

Posted by Breanna on 02 September 2019

I wish I could grow chives and blueberries!

Posted by Aliesha Stroombergen on 02 September 2019

we have managed to grow strawberries, spring onions, cherry tomatoes, green beans, thyme and rosemary. we have tried to grow a few other veggies but they either dont grow or the bush turkey eats them >:|

Posted by Nicole Grantham on 02 September 2019

This year we are being brave and will try to grow beetroot! So far I've only succeeded at very easy things that can't be killed!

Posted by Amy on 02 September 2019

We grow lemons, apples, figs, peaches, apricots, greengage, chive, basil, rosemary. Hoping to start a little vege patch this year as a project with the kids.

Posted by Maria Romeo on 02 September 2019

I would absolutely love to have the time to grow a full vegetable garden but I settle for now, on growing/propagating succulents, carnations and the odd weed. I’m also a champ at growing a messy house.

Posted by Danielle on 02 September 2019

I grow the best silver beet and spuds. Along with beans, tomatoes, capsicum etc

Posted by Alison on 02 September 2019

I have a baby lemon tree (very much looking forward to the day it starts to produce lemons). I also have a rather tall rosemary plant that seems to thrive off neglect.

Posted by Hayley English on 02 September 2019

Blueberries as my daughter loves them and cherry tomatoes as there’s so useful ;)

Posted by Angela Charles on 02 September 2019

We would love to have a herb garden and a little veggie patch. We’re currently living in a rental property with no garden area. Hopefully in the next couple of years we’ll be able to get a home loan and get our own place so I can get my hands dirty

Posted by Sophie P on 02 September 2019

Just before our baby was born, we transformed our otherwise unused front garden into a veggie patch. We have 6 plantar boxes, which are currently growing silverbeet, thyme, avocados (from our compost!) and kale. We recently planted zucchini, squash, leek, and gooseberries. Hoping for some more yummy home grown crops this year :)

Posted by Jade Erickson on 02 September 2019

I grow olives, lemons, lime, oranges, mandarins, mango, banana, eggplant, lettuce, onion, gojee berry, raspberry, fejoa, fig... but what i wish i could grow is... AVOCADO!

Posted by Kate Finn on 02 September 2019

So glad spring has sprung! We grow a nice variety of veggies, herbs and fruit - oranges, lemons, figs, blueberries, chillies, mulberries, peaches and avocados. We also have Silverbeet, lettuce, carrots, beetroot, snow peas, purple snow peas, sugar snap peas, kale and spinach in the veggie garden. We've got a big assortment of herbs too! I'm just about to plant some tomatoes as the weather is warming up. Our chooks love all the scraps and scratch around in the veggie garden at the end of each season, it's great! I run our school vegetable garden program and love teaching the kids about growing their own food, eating healthy and being sustainable.. they love getting their hands dirty too!

Posted by Kate Finn on 02 September 2019

So glad spring has sprung! We grow a nice variety of veggies, herbs and fruit - oranges, lemons, figs, blueberries, chillies, mulberries, peaches and avocados. We also have Silverbeet, lettuce, carrots, beetroot, snow peas, purple snow peas, sugar snap peas, kale and spinach in the veggie garden. We've got a big assortment of herbs too! I'm just about to plant some tomatoes as the weather is warming up. Our chooks love all the scraps and scratch around in the veggie garden at the end of each season, it's great! I run our school vegetable garden program and love teaching the kids about growing their own food, eating healthy and being sustainable.. they love getting their hands dirty too!

Posted by Rita Hawkes on 02 September 2019

Would love to grow some Silverbeet, as we use it every week in smoothies and omelettes :-)

Posted by Eliza Miskiewicz on 02 September 2019

We are planning on planting a veggie garden soon. Would love to grow some corn, tomatoes and lots of herbs.

Posted by JANA KUZNIK on 02 September 2019

I wish i could a baby instead of the vegetables that my partner and i grow as he is a horticultural! But after 7 rounds of ivf i am now growing a baby, hence the interest in diapers.. i should start to enjoy my garden more now,for 1 more summer season as i wont have the time after feb 24th!!????

Posted by Alison Hotchkis on 03 September 2019

We grow tomatoes and chillis. Super hardy and the kids love to pick them.

Posted by Dani Blasetti on 03 September 2019

love getting out in the garden with my little one, and luckily cloth nappies are so easily washed and ready for the next mud pie. My little one and I just planted calavo nero, cos lettuce, baby spinach and baby beets - I'm hoping if he helps grow the green stuff he might like eating it a bit more!

Posted by Crissy Blasetti on 03 September 2019

I hope to grow some lovely little baby beets in my garden this spring. I already have some sowed seeds sprouting!

Posted by Pam Doyle on 04 September 2019

I wish our black sapote plant would grow!

Posted by Wendy Burchard on 08 September 2019

We live in a small town in QLD and on half an acre block. We have chickens, and grow: - Blueberries, Raspberries, Kermit’s, Potato, Paw Paw, Pumpkin, Corn, Beans,Peas, Herbs, kale, lettuce, tomato, garlic, bananas, oranges, plums, nectarines, mandarins, lemons, chillies, dragon fruit and grapes just to name a few things we grow. We also have made a gorgeous arbour in our garden to grow more grapes and have a magical setting to sit in as well. ????

Posted by Heather Shortridge on 14 September 2019

I wish I could grow persimmons, I love them so much :)

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