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Win with From Tum to Mum and Tree2mydoor!

Win with From Tum to Mum and Tree2mydoor!

Just before Christmas I was lucky enough to be gifted an indoor plant from Tree2mydoor.

I reviewed the White Christmas Indoor Rose Planter, and it sat on my kitchen island for the majority of December.

Now I’m back with a giveaway from the online living gift company to mark the launch of their new product.

The Champagne Cocktail Rose Bush

Similar to the rose planter, the Champagne Cocktail rose bush is the perfect gift to send for any celebratory occasion.

Whether it’s a new house, new job, birthday or anniversary, this rose bush is perfect to send.

A beautiful blend of yellows and pinks, it will fill the garden with delightful vivid colours through late spring and summer.

Worth £24,98, this rose bush arrives in a beautifully gift wrapped 3.5 litre pot, pruned back for winter, with new growth and buds is expected from late April onwards.

Win with Tree2mydoor

You can win a Champagne Cocktail rose bush by simply entering below.

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1 prize of Champagne Cocktail Rose Bush Gift sent from Tree2mydoor. No cash alternatives. Winner will be selected at random after the closing date.

No purchase necessary. Competition is open to UK residents over 18 years only from 19th Jan-6th Feb 2018.

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Tracey Peach
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i would send a living gift to my Mum for Mothers Day 🙂 x

Amanda Richardson
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I’d send a fruit tree, pretty to look at and every time you ate the fruit, you’d remember who sent it

Solange
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I would send a puppy.

Lisa Day
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I would send one to my mum for her birthday which is next month to show her how special she is to have her in my life which is symbolic of the living gift.She’s really keen on gardening and flowers so she loves any flowers.

Tracy Nixon
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A fruit tree – to give annual fruit which would remind the recipient of that special time.

Suzanne
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This would be lovely as a special birthday present.

Amelia Kennedy
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I think a living gift would be ideal for an anniversary x

Ren Taylor
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I would love to send this Champagne Rose tree to my sister for her anniversary….its gorgeous x

Karen Barrett
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Special Anniversary’s, we received a Ruby red rose for our 40th anniversary and I loved it

Megan Kinsey
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Daffodils because they brighten up any room and are my favourite flower!

Rhia P
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What a lovely idea… I think I’d give a tree (or largeish plant) to my partner for our anniversary. It’s nice to think that we could plant it together and watch it grow…

Annabel Greaves
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I would love to send a gift for a birthday x

Chris Bull
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A Jasmine plant, love the heady scent from the petals, it’s like aromatherapy and lifts my mood without fail 🙂

jo liddement
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A living gift for a Wedding Anniversary would make it very special.

Susan Smith
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It would have to be a tree, or a rose bush, because they are everlasting and always there to look at

Heather Haigh
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I’d send one to my daughter when she gets her first house which she’s hoping to do this year.

laura stewart
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a flower to my mum x

Kim m
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The Mini Potted Christmas Tree would be perfect for my other half, he loves Christmas x

CAROLYN HEYWORTH
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CHOCOLATE AND ROSE COMBINED GIFT

Lisa Parker
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I would to send one to my daughter on her birthday next month. She is just recently began to get very interested in house plants and he bedroom looks like a tropical forest at presnt x

Cherryl Thomas
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I would send a red rose bush to my husband for Valentine’s Day…

Maria Blythin
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a nice rose bush x

leanne weir
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I would send chocolates to my hubby

Laura Pritchard
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For my mum & dad’s anniversary!

NINA MOTYLINSKI-DAVIES
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NINA MOTYLINSKI-DAVIES

Mothers day!

June Lord
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It would be for mother’s day. My mum loves plants and flowers.

Sheena Batey
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Our 20th wedding anniversary this year

Judith Allen
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I know my partner would love a cedar tree! Maybe not the easiest thing to send, but I know she would love it. We don’t have room for one though.

Danielle Cresswell
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An apple tree for my grandads Birthday

Sheila Evans
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I’d give my daughter a gift of love to say how blessed we are that she’s survived two major surgeries….

Katherine Lucas
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I would send it for birthdays

Simon C
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I once saw an ornamental orange tree in a friend’s conservatory and thought it was really unusual and fun. It grew tiny little oranges; not edible, but really decorative. I think one of those would make a great gift.

Shan G
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I’d give these for green fingered friends birthday, I think a plant that’ll last is much nicer for them to receive as it’s a gift that keeps giving and must be better for the environment than say a bunch of flowers.

Nige
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Fab giveaway Thank you for linking to #Thatfridaylinky please come back next week

Lucy Barlow
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I’d send a living gift to my mum to commemorate my grandad, her father. She already has a rose named ‘my angels’ now I’d love her to have one called ‘icky the corned beef inspector’ which was a joke of my grandads

Lynda Graham
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I would gift to my caring special pal who is 70 soon. She would love it.

Vivien Baird
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Beautiful I love roses

Ashleigh Allan
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Flowers to my gran

Alison Johnson
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We were bought a tulip tree by my mother-in-law for our wedding. I’ve always thought it was a lovely idea as the tree grows as your re relationship & marriage grow. So I would probably do the same for someone getting married.

michelle o\'neill
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my daughters birthday

Jennifer Toal
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My dads 70th

Gillian McClelland
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I would send a bonsai tree

Jules Eley
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It would be for my daughters birthday!

Kerry H
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I would send a plant to my Mum for her birthday. I think she’d prefer it to flowers.

Clare Hubbard
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To my parents as an anniversary gift

Ali Thorpe
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I’d send a tree or plant as a “hi” to my oldest brother as he lives on the south coast and I don’t see him often 🙂

Judy Kennedy
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I think an outdoor potted tree is a great gift for a birthday, especially a special one.

Claire glace
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A lovely olive tree….

Sally Collingwood
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! normally always give a plant, I am moving soon so lets hope I get some as well.

jenny reynolds
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i would send some strawberry plants xxxx

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