Be in to win a glorious garden lover’s weekend at Garden Marlborough, Rapaura Springs Bloom in the Boom
Be in to win a glorious garden lover’s weekend at Garden Marlborough, Rapaura Springs Bloom in the Boom.
Rapaura Springs Bloom in the Boom, NZ’s premier garden event, was dreamt up by gardeners for gardeners. Celebrating Marlborough’s stunning landscape, it showcases the very best the region has to offer with a range of garden tours, workshops and social events. This prize is the ultimate prize for garden lovers.
The prize includes:
— 2 tickets to Wairau Tour Saturday.
— 2 tickets to Saturday night Garden Party
— 2 tickets to Michael McCoy Friday night lecture
— Return flights to Blenheim from one of the following central airports; Auckland/Wellington or Christchurch
— 2 nights’ accommodation (Friday/Saturday) at the Bella Vista motel
— Use of a courtesy car thanks to McKendry Mazda Blenheim.
About the Wairau Tour
Bordered on one side by the Richmond Ranges and on the other by the Wither Hills, the Wairau plain is the primary grape-growing area of Marlborough. On this tour you’ll see a range of garden styles, including the Hammond Garden and an equally diverse selection of creative and inspiring gardens, often surrounded by vineyards growing Marlborough’s best-known grape varieties.
About Michael McCoy
With all the twists and turns of 2020, Rapaura Springs Bloom in the Boom is incredibly fortunate to be welcoming back one of its most popular, knowledgeable and entertaining guest speakers, the multi-talented Michael McCoy. Garden designer, writer, TV presenter, blogger, international garden tour guide and keen home gardener, Michael is not only versatile, but he also thinks deeply about what gardens mean to us, and what they can be in the future. In his keynote evening talk, New Directions in Planting Design, Michael shares some of his core beliefs: that the era we’re living through gives us a unique opportunity for new thinking about planting design for gardens and parks; and that this could be the most productive period in all of garden history – a productivity partly fuelled by the challenges of climate change, and partly by a recognition of the potential to introduce the unique beauty and dynamism of natural plant communities into our gardens. Join us for a glass of bubbles as Michael takes us on a tour around the globe, checking out the most ground-breaking work and discussing its relevance to private gardens in New Zealand.
TERMS AND CONDITIONS
Entries close October 11
The prize is available for delivery in New Zealand only. One entry per person. The Prize is not transferable, not redeemable for cash and no exchanges will be made.
The judge’s decision is final.
Employees of NZ Life & Leisure magazine, Garden Marlborough, associated sponsor(s) and their immediate families and agencies are not permitted to enter.
Entries are the property of NZ Life & Leisure magazine and Garden Marlborough and may be used for promotional purposes by NZ Life & Leisure and Garden Marlborough. Entrants agree to attend the tours and for their name/photo being used for publicity purposes.
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Entries close October 11
The winning entries for the prize will be drawn on October 11, 11.59pm, and the winners will be notified via email or phone that week. If the winners have not confirmed acceptance of their prizes within three days the prizes will be redrawn.
The winner must be 25 years or older with a full driver’s licence. Date of travel is to be agreed upon by the Promoter (Garden Marlborough) and must be completed between 5-8 November 2020.
Travel, accommodation and other incidental costs associated with claiming the prizes, other than those listed, are the responsibility of the winner/s. In the event that the prize becomes unavailable for reasons beyond the Promoter’s control, the Promoter may substitute a prize of equal or greater value. The Promoter and their agents are not responsible for any loss or damage whatsoever that is suffered (including but not limited to indirect or consequential loss) or for personal injury suffered or sustained during the course of the promotion or accepting or using the prize.