Our June giveaway is under way, thanks to the folks at Centurion Brand Tools. Centurion, a global tool provider, is based in Middleton, Wisc. Centurion has generously offered not one – but three — tools for one lucky winner:
All-steel bypass pruner. Bypass pruners are the best types of pruners for making clean, sharp cuts in fresh stems and small branches. Centurion’s bypass pruners have precision steel blades with a nonstick coating. The handle is coated for better gripping and the pruners open to make cuts up to 5/8 inch in diameter.
Stainless precision floral and herb snippers. When you need to make smaller cuts, like while deadheading or harvesting herbs or flowers, you want tiny blades. Centurion’s stainless precision snips open for ¼-inch cuts from precision ground stainless steel blades about 2 inches long. They’re also a great choice for bonsai cuts.
Aluminum alloy 3-way Multipattern twist nozzle. This lightweight nozzle has three patterns and pressure control for spraying water for plenty of outdoor needs. The nonslip grip and other features improve comfort.
Here’s all you have to do to win:
- Just leave a comment on this post by June 27 with a valid email address; that’s how we’ll contact the winner. Maybe you’ve got some favorite Centurion tools or you planned on adding snippers to your holiday gift list. After commenting, be sure to check our blog posts for helpful tips for Southwest gardeners. You also can subscribe to our newsletter and follow us on social media.
- Wait to see if you are the lucky winner (more info on the drawing below). We’ll announce the winner on the blog by June 30.
Any visitor to Southwest Gardening Blog who lives in the continental U.S. is eligible. You only need to add a comment to this blog post (following prompts for a valid email address). Leave your comment between June 21, 2018, and June 27, 2018. We’ll randomly draw one winner from among those who comment. The winner will receive all three Centurion tools in the mail. No purchase necessary.
The Centurion Tools Giveaway is sponsored by Southwest Gardening, LLC, of Ft. Worth, Texas, and Centurion Tools. Special thanks to the pros at Garden Media Group for putting us in touch with Centurion Tools. All images courtesy of GMG and Centurion.