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£15,000 of gardening vouchers up for grabs!

TO celebrate its 15th anniversary, Westland Multi-Purpose Compost with John Innes will be giving away £1,000 of garden makeover vouchers to 15 lucky gardeners.

The compost is Westland’s No.1 selling compost* and regularly receives 5* online reviews from happy gardeners who love it because it’s available everywhere and produces consistently good results.

Ideal for use all around the garden this premium compost contains nutrients to feed plants for up to 5 weeks. Plus the added John Innes formula retains and releases nutrients and water for longer, delivering more flowers, more vibrancy and longer plant life.

Jen Richardson, Marketing Manager for Westland Horticulture said: “Westland Multi-Purpose with John Innes is now 15 and still going strong! It is our leading compost and has thousands of loyal fans.”

“To celebrate this we will be encouraging gardeners to celebrate this milestone with us by offering £1,000 of garden makeover vouchers to 15 lucky winners. Winners will be selected in a monthly prize draw from April to August (3 winners each month). To be in with a chance to win, look out for the special 50L and 60L packs in store from February onwards.”

Find out more about the competition.

*GFK Hitlist, Growing Media, General Purpose (No TB), Panelmarket Excl. Ironmongers, Sales Value, April 2016.

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