Wednesday, August 29, 2012

End Summer on a Rainy Note Giveaway




PRESENTS

Prize: 
(1) Pure Rain™ Handheld Essentials oxygenating nozzle and (2) Pure Rain™ Water Station Essentials Plus oxygenating water sprinklers
ARV $70

When: 8/29 -9/5  
Hosted by:
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Who: Open to US residents in the continental 48 states and Canada residents

      Pure Rain™ products add millions of microscopic nanobubbles — each just a fraction of the width of a human hair — to ordinary tap water. The extra oxygen delivered by the nano-bubbles helps your plants absorb nutrients faster than ever, making them healthier, stronger, and more disease-resistant.

     Raindrops gather oxygen as they fall through the air, and the highly oxygenated water helps the plants extract nutrients more efficiently.  Pure Rain products also reduce your water usage by 30% thus saving on utilities and the environment's water supply.

Cost: 
$19.99  Handheld Essentials nozzle
   $24.99  Water Station Essentials Plus
   $39.99 Reach Essentials Plus (with round handle)
   $19.99 Water Station Essentials
Available to purchase:  The Pure Rain Shop has a list of retailers such as Target and Amazon.

"Make Our Own Network" solely organized this event.  I received no compensation for this publication. My opinions are 100% my own and may differ from your own. Mommy's Favorite Things is not responsible for sponsor prize shipment.

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15 comments:


eclairre said...

Tomatoes


courtney erickson said...

um,everything! i have a black thumb :( they really shouldn't let me buy plants of any kind.


dorcontest said...

zuchini


tannawings said...

I am a gardener and honestly my toughest thing is CORN to get full grown!

ellen beck on RC
tannawings at gmail dot com


Megan said...

I have a black thumb - everything I try to grow dies!


RawMama said...

Strawberries... they never grow for us :(


one frugal lady said...

Strawberries are tough for me! The insects love them!


scottsgal said...

we had a hard time with out zucchini this year
msboatgal at aol.com


jay said...

An herb garden.... they always dry out :-(


deb c said...

tomatos and eggplant


Carrie Phelps said...

Pumpkins, each year they get a fungus and die!


Sarah H said...

tomatos :( we planted a bunch this year... they all died


2012july said...

Nothing seems to grow very well for me most years.


Gianna said...

Tomatoes.


Alyshia said...

Pumpkins and tomatoes.