Lord Dodo’s ’12 Days of Christmas’ Giveaway! Day Eight (20th December)


Calling all green-fingered fanatics! We have a Book of Garden Cuttings to give away to prepare you for 2013 in style. So plant your seed of competition hope here and save your garden from extinction! A perfect prize for keeping your garden planning organised to ensure that your dodevotion to your garden is well rewarded with beautiful blooms or whatever your planting of choice is.

Dodo Book of Garden Cuttings

To win this fabulous prize, all you have to do is comment below, telling us in no more than 25 words: IF YOU COULD DESCRIBE YOURSELF AS A PLANT OR FLOWER, WHAT WOULD IT BE? We’ll pick our favourite and publish it over on our Facebook page tomorrow so ‘Like’ us (if you don’t already!) and keep your eyes open for the winner. Don’t forget to visit again tomorrow for a new question and another chance to win one of our favourite Dodo Pad products. Good Luck!


Competition Rules

1. No purchase is necessary for entry.
2. To take part in this competition, all you need do is answer the question of the day in no more than 25 words. Be as amusing as you like (or not!).
3. The daily prize (which will be posted as a status on Facebook, as well as here on the blog) is a pre-selected Dodo Pad product as posted on the day of the competition. There is no cash or alternative prize available.
4. Only one entry per person is allowed.
5. Each daily competition closes at midnight that day. Entries received after this time will not be valid.
6. The daily winner will need to send us their full name, email address and a delivery address in the UK. We are sorry but we cannot post prizes to overseas addresses.
7. Dodo Pad Ltd. reserves the right to amend or withdraw this competition due to circumstances beyond its control.


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13 responses to “Lord Dodo’s ’12 Days of Christmas’ Giveaway! Day Eight (20th December)

  1. Shelley Jessup

    Well I like bright flowers & like to stand out from the crowd, so I think bird of paradise would suit me.

  2. I’d be ragwort. I don’t think that needs any explanation :o(

  3. Usha Kumari-Burns (@marushkababy)

    A Red Rose. Exotic, timeless and always making a bold statement. Until you cross me, then I will strike you with my thorns

  4. Sarah Worton

    Maybe a lotus which grows in the muddiest of waters and still does not let its environs affect it.A flower which when it grows makes the dirtiest of surroundings look beautiful.

  5. stevemorton

    A sunflower, standing tall in the sunshine under a blue sky

  6. Lizzie Bywater

    A specific weeping ash. In my garden there’s a mighty, rare ash. Because even with this ash disease spreading, it still stands strong and high.

  7. Audra tudor

    I would be A oak tree , life isnt always easy and oaks grow strong in contrary winds

    • Congratulations Audra! We absolutely loved your comment and you are today’s ’12 Days of Christmas’ winner! Please contact us by email with your full name and address (we are sending you an email too ) so that we can send you your prize!

  8. Like sunflowers, which track the Sun accross the sky, I’ll be anywhere where there’s sunshine! I’m lacking in the height department though!

  9. Ava Kang

    A Venus Flytrap – I trap those damn spiders too 🙂

  10. Alison

    Moon cactus, Queen of the Night. Bizarre of shape and growing habit, pale and exotic. Blooms for one night only,attracting … who knows!

  11. Laura Robinson

    A forget me not… as I am totally forgetful i could even plan a surprise party for myself… I’d even forget I was a plant! why am I writing this? tar lalalala xxx

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