The most flower-filled competition of the year
It’s now time for Instagram’s most flower-filled competition of the year – #mysummerbouquet. Anyone who wants to can participate by sharing their beautiful bouquets and get the chance to win a fantastic prize at the end of the summer.
#mysummerbouquet is a competition on Instagram where you tag your summer bouquet with the hashtag #mysummerbouquet to get the chance to win a fantastic prize of seeds and accessories for your cut flower garden. Your bouquet can contain anything you like, from flowers and leaves to vegetables and weeds, anything green is welcome in #mysummerbouquet.
Three garden enthusiasts will each win a pack of fantastipc flower seeds and other materials for your cut flowers.
The competition ends on August 27th. The winners will be announced a short time after. Please note! Only posts published between July 1st and August 27th inclusive are eligible to win. The contest is not organized, endorsed or sponsored by Instagram.
The competition closes at the end of the summer and the winners are chosen by a jury that includes two prominent gardening professionals. From Sweden we have gardener and artist Linda Schilén, and from Norway we have TV personality and lecturer Finn Schjøll.
Linda and Finn will be with us from start to finish, inspiring more people to make bouquets along the way, and we look forward to seeing your entries. We can’t get enough of summer bouquets, so feel free to enter as many bouquets as you want throughout the competition period.
We have Linda Schilén with us from Sweden. Linda is a well-known name in the Swedish gardening world. She often appears on TV4’s morning programme “Nyhetsmorgon” where she gives tips on everything to do with gardening, from potted plants to transplanting, and from greenhouses to how to get more fruit on your trees. As well as appearing on television, she is also a writer and artist. She certainly has many strings to her bow and it is a pleasure to have her as a jury member.
We have Finn Schjøll with us from Norway. Finn is familiar to many Norwegians from the morning programme “God Morgen Norge”, where he has been sharing his tips for many years. He also appears in various programmes and events around Norway. Finn wants to inspire people to make bouquets with what they have in their own gardens, such as branches from various trees, raspberry bushes and hedge plants, but also ferns, herbs and straw. These all make a nice addition to bouquets. We are happy that Finn is joining us this year and giving us some tips!