Win a set of Baby Bio Outdoor liquid feed

June 8th, 2016
Posted In: Prize draws & competitions

Sponsored post

Baby Bio and The Middlesized Garden are offering three sets of Baby Bio Outdoor liquid feed to be won, so that you can do the Baby Bio Big Boost Challenge.

I’m giving it a go here. That means I’m comparing how two identical plants grow. They’re planted side by side. One is fed with Baby Bio Outdoor and the other isn’t fed.

win a set of Baby Bio Outdoor

The two courgettes five weeks ago. The Baby Bio plant is marked with a wooden spoon.

I’ve planted courgettes in the veg bed, two courgettes in pots, two wigwams of beans and two rows of mangetout peas. I also have two chillies in pots, plus some flowers in pots on the terrace.

One of each row, pot or plant is getting a fortnightly treatment of Baby Bio Outdoor Fruit & Vegetables and the other is not being fed.

Results so far – the ‘Baby Bio’ courgette in the bed is about 15% larger than the courgette that wasn’t fed.

Try the Big Boost challenge yourself  – we’re giving away three sets of Baby Bio Outdoor plant food, worth £11.98 each.

Each set consists of one 75ml bottle of Baby Bio Outdoor Flowers & Shrubs and one 75ml bottle of Baby Bio Outdoor Fruit & Vegetables.

Each bottle will give you 75 litres of plant food. Just add a 10ml capful of liquid feed to every litre of water in your watering can. (Standard watering cans take 10 litres of water).

Baby Bio Big Boost challenge

Three sets of Baby Bio Outdoor (Flowers & Shrubs + Fruit & Vegetables) to be given away.

Find out more about Baby Bio Outdoor here.

For more about how fertilisers work in your garden, see here .

How to win a set of Baby Bio Outdoor liquid feed

Either leave a comment below, telling us what your main gardening challenge is.

Or click to tweet this:Tweet: I’d like to win a set of Baby Bio Outdoor liquid feed via @midsizegarden. #BabyBioOutdoor

Competition closes on 20th June. No entries valid after this date.

Winners will be chosen at random on 21st June. They will be notified by Twitter or email on 22nd June.

Baby Bio Outdoor ‘Flowers & Shrubs’ (above) can give you up to 70% more flowers in the plants you feed, compared to not feeding your plants. It’s particularly useful for plants in outdoor pots, and will also help shrubs and roses flower for longer.

THE WINNERS WERE: Louise Lumsden, Bridget Carpenter and Caro.

Terms & Conditions

Terms & Conditions: This prize draw is open to residents of the United Kingdom. Relatives of employees of Touchnote Limited and the Middlesized Garden or anyone connected with this prize draw are not permitted to enter. There is no entry fee and no purchase is necessary. The prize draw closes at midnight on Thursday 4 August 2016. One hundred winners selected at random. The winner will be chosen at random and notified by either Twitter or email within 21 days of the closing date. If the winner doesn’t respond to claim the prize within 21 days of being notified, another winner may be appointed. There is no cash alternative to the prize. Prizes are not transferrable. Email addresses provided to enter this prize draw will be used in accordance with UK Data legislation. The names of the winners as provided in your tweet or comment will normally be published on the Middlesized Garden. The Middlesized Garden is not responsible for inaccurate prize details supplied by any third party involved with this prize draw and reserves the right to cancel this prize draw in the event of unforeseen circumstances.

By entering this prize draw, you are agreeing to the Terms & Conditions

15 comments on "Win a set of Baby Bio Outdoor liquid feed"

  1. Miguel Glynn says:

    Swiss Chard is my favourite. Such colourful leaves and delicious cooked on warm pan for two minutes in rapeseed oil and a dressing of pine nuts and garlic salt. I’t’s such a giving plant. It survives all year in my garden and leaves can be cropped virtually twelve months of the year. It’s a nutritious as spinach. And it really responds to feeding. You can see the results of a liquid feed within days.

    1. Yum, and that reminds me – I must go out and feed my veg!

  2. Louise Lumsden says:

    trying to extend the season as it’s so short & cold up here .I think this is where baby bio could help things on a bit. We’ve tried to grow toms many times in the past and they usually just get to the flowering stage and then the weather turns cold and that’s the end of them. We’ve got them in a poly tunnel this year and they are doing much better already,so here’s hoping

  3. Lindsey martin says:

    Slugs, snail and more slugs are my main garden challenges.

  4. Bridget says:

    My difficulty is with general purpose potting compost. It’s either too dry or more often soggy with a hard cap

  5. Caro says:

    My main challenge is succession planting – imaging how big plants will get, when they’ll flower and with what companions and how they’ll look and be dealt with when flowering’s over.

    1. I’m there with you! I do admire professional gardens and their plumptious borders but never think mine quite make it.

  6. I have offered to “tart up” my sister’s balcony which is windy and only receives sun in late afternoon. As annuals refused to flower, I am trying mainly foliage plants such as ferns, heuchera and astilbe. The pots will need feeding at some point ….

  7. Peter says:

    Fab challenge! My garden quest this season is to establish a butterfly border. I’ve completed the ground work and have begun the fun part of researching which plants will be best to provide season long coverage.

  8. Jenny says:

    My main gardening challenges are a) keeping on top of the weeds (especially when travelling for work) and b) working out what to do with the garden design wise – when we bought the house, much of the garden was a mess and slowly we’re sorting it out and it’s very much becoming ours. I suppose the other challenge is training my other half to look after my vegetable plants when I have to travel!

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

5 + 5 =