Have you found yourself spending a lot of time in your garden during the lockdown?
If you have been enjoying the sun like us and want to spruce up your surroundings, innocent and GIY are here to help. The two companies started a school-wide initiative earlier this year, called The Big Grow, which encouraged children to become mini-farmers and gardeners.
Now that everyone is stuck at home, innocent and GIY have decided to offer 5,000 of their Big Grow kits for use at home so that little and large growers all over the country can get planting.
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Each kit consists of seeds, a compost disc and growing instructions with each grower encouraged to share their progress on social media as part of the Big Grow Show. As part of the initiative, innocent and GIY are asking growers to get creative and share their veg-growing antics with the world by tagging @innocentireland on social media. Whether you want to sing to your crop or play classical music to your shrubs, innocent want to see it. The three most creative entries will be awarded a €150 voucher for the GIY online store so make sure to share your creations on social using #BigGrowShow.
The Big Grow Show kits will be allotted on a first-come, first-served basis so visit innocentbiggrow.com today to get your kit.