Pumpkin-carve your way to a Thompson & Morgan bundle!

Posted by Michael Perry on

Halloween is just a hot minute away, and if our floral art competition wasn't enough to get your creative juices flowing, perhaps our pumpkin carving competition will!

We love a good pumpkin, whether it's homegrown, big, small, orange, white, lumpy or smooth - but what we love even more is when you guys make crazy cool designs with yours!

However, with all that elbow grease and pumpkin flesh flying everywhere, what's the incentive to carve a pumpkin for Mr Plant Geek? Well, not only will your winning design feature on the Mr Plant Geek social media, but you'll also win a massive £50 bundle from our friends at Thompson & MorganThis bundle consists of a Cyclamen, Spider plant, Penstemon and Rubber Tree, along with a fabulous Growing Kit and some super cute Mr Men seeds.

Mr Plant Geek Pumpkin Carving Competition

Sound good? Here's what you need to do...

How to enter

Firstly, get your hands on a pumpkin (we're also accepting other fruit, including pineapples and more!) and carve your design. Once you're happy with your design, do one of the following:

Either take a selfie with it


Write 'Mr Plant Geek' on a piece of paper, place it next to the pumpkin and take photo.

Once you've taken your photo, send it to jen@mrplantgeek.com along with your first and last name, with the subject line PUMPKIN CARVING COMPETITION.

Now, for the small print...

Terms & conditions

This competition is open to those in the UK only. The competition closes at 11.59pm on Wednesday 31st October 2018. Any entries sent after this date may be disqualified from the competition. By entering you consent to receiving the Mr Plant Geek email newsletter (you can opt out at any time). The competition will be judged by Michael Perry, and the winner will be contacted by email within 48 hours of the competition ending. If the winner does not respond within 48 hours after contact, another winner will be picked. No cash alternative.


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