Wednesday, 14 March 2012

Ryan's Garden Competition: Win garden bulbs 'in the green'

The kind people at Thompson & Morgan have kindly offered one lucky reader the chance to win over £40 worth of Spring bulbs 'in the green'.  The prize will comprise of 75 single Snowdrops (Galanthus nivalis), 50 double Snowdrops (Galanthus nivalis f. pleniflorus 'Flore Pleno') and 75 English Bluebells (Hyacinthoides non-scripta).


To be in with a chance of winning this prize simply answer the following question:


What is the name of the new dark black Thompson & Morgan Hyacinth cultivar?


When you think you know the answer to the above question, leave a comment in the comments box at the bottom of this post.  You can gain additional entries to the competition by retweeting@ryansgarden promoting the offer on twitter or by sharing a link from the Ryan’s Garden Facebook page (you must like the page to share the link).  The number of entries will not increase if you retweet or share links more than once.

Good luck and don’t forget to subscribe to the Ryan’s Garden blog to ensure you don’t miss out on future competitions and posts.

Terms and conditions: This competition closes at 23.59 on 30.03.2012. Any entries received after this time will not be counted. Entrants must be UK residents aged 18 years or older to enter.  By entering this competition you agree and consent to your name being published and by taking part in the competition, entrants are deemed to have read, understood and accepted all of the Terms and Conditions and agreed to be bound by them. The winner will be selected at random and will be announced here on the blog.  

33 comments:

  1. Am I the first commenter? They are called Hyacinth Midnight Mystique.

    I am sort of fascinated by black flowers so maybe I should get some for next year - I already have plans this year for black poppies, black cornflowers and black nemophila, and was thinking of getting some black tulips for next year. I wonder if anyone's done an all-black border before? Goth gardening!

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  2. I love some garden bulbs.. I believe the answer is 'Midnight Mystique'!

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  3. Hyacinth Midnight Mystique.
    sounds like a Parisian Singer !

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  4. There was a black hyacinth cultivar
    for which there was simply no par
    It was black as the night
    (so its name is alright)
    But the mystery bit's a rhyme & metre too far

    So I just have to say Midnight Mystique.

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  5. There was a black hyacinth cultivar
    for which there was simply no par
    It was black as the night
    (so its name is alright)
    But the mystery bit's a rhyme & metre too far

    So I just have to say Midnight Mystique.

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  6. I will simply say 'Midnight Mystique' :)

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  7. Midnight Mystique

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  8. Its Midnight Mystique

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  9. It is 'Midnight Mystique' and very beautiful!

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  10. Midnight Mystique tweeting as @lemonfancy on FB as Lynn Fancy x

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  11. Or, Hyacinth Midnight Mystique to be entirely correct! X

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  12. Midnight Mystique (our garden could do with a bit of Mystique...lol)

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  13. That would be Midnight Mystique - more purple than blue I think

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  14. Midnight Mystique. Shared on facebook too :)

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  15. Midnight Mystique

    FOLLOWING & RT @minerva12345

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  16. That would be Hyacinth 'Midnight Mystique' Ryan - best grown outdoors for that wonderful deep colour and as for that delicious scent..............sigh!

    Retweeted at @leavesnbloom

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  17. The Hyacinth is: Midnight Mystique

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  18. Midnight Mystique (fingers and toes crossed!)

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  19. midnight Mystique -love it

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  20. Midnight Mystique

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