Win a Julien Macdonald Glamorous Rose and Orchid Hand-tied

by Bethany Day on February 9, 2016

V41321PSValentine’s Day is the most romantic time of the year and the perfect time to express your love to that special someone, sowhether it’s a traditional romantic verse or a witty rhyme, we want to hear your best love poem!

For your chance to win a beautiful Julien Macdonald Glamorous Rose and Orchid Hand-tied bouquet with a signed card from the man himself, simply comment on our Facebook competition post on Tuesday 9th February with your best verse to enter!

 

The (Not So) Small Print

  • This competition prize is open to UK residents aged 18 or over, excluding employees of Interflora British Unit, or any its subsidiary companies, their families, agents or anyone else connected to this promotion.
  • To qualify for entry into the competition write an original and unpublished romantic verse on our competition post on Facebook.
  • Entries received after the closing date of midnight Tuesday 9th February 2016 will not be accepted.
  • There is one main prize. The main prize consists of a Julien Macdonald Glamorous Rose and Orchid Hand-tied bouquet with a signed card from Julien Macdonald.
  • By entering this competition you give permission for promotional activity around this competition to be used by Interflora British Unit.
  • The winner will be determined by an independent panel and selected based on creativity, originality and romantic appeal.
  • The overall competition winner will be chosen by an independent panel on Wednesday 10th February 2016 and contacted via Facebook. The winner will be required to respond to that email within 48 hours in order to claim their prize. Failure to do so will result in a new competition winner being drawn.
  • Prizes will be delivered within before Sunday 14th February 2016.
  • No purchase is necessary.
  • The prizes are non-transferable and no cash alternatives will be given.
  • Prize is subject to availability.
  • Entry is deemed as acceptance of the terms and conditions.
  • These terms and conditions do not affect your statutory rights.
  • This competition is run by Interflora British Unit.

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Black Friday at Interflora

by Bethany Day on November 27, 2015

To celebrate Black FrInflo020315-X81911WSiday, we’re giving you the chance to win a beautiful bouquet every hour on Friday 27th November from 10am – 5pm.
For your chance to win, all you need to do is simply follow @InterfloraUK on Twitter and tell us retweet the competition post that’s pinned to the top over our Twitter profile.

We wish all entrants the best of luck

 

The (not so) small print:
• This prize is open to UK residents aged 18 or over, excluding employees of Interflora British Unit, or any its subsidiary companies, their families, agents or anyone else connected to this promotion.
• To qualify for entry to the competition follow @InterfloraUK on Twitter and send us a tweet with the hashtag #BlackFriday between 9am and 5pm on Friday 27th November 2015.
• One winner will be chosen at random from all entries every sixty minutes.
• There are seven prizes available to be won across the day. Each prize consists of a Winter Snowflake Hand-tied bouquet worth £44.99 plus delivery to a UK mainland address.
• Winners will be chosen at 11am, 12pm, 1pm, 2pm, 3pm, 4pm and 5pm
• Prizes will be delivered within 5 days of the competition winner confirming their preferred delivery address.
• The competition closes at 5pm on Friday 27th Nov
ember 2015. Tweets received after this time will not be accepted as entries.
• No purchase is necessary.
• By entering this competition you give permission for promotional activity around this competition to be used by Interflora British Unit.
• The prizes are non-transferable and no cash alternatives will be given.
• Prizes are subject to availability.
• Entry is deemed as acceptance of the terms and conditions.
• These terms and conditions do not affect your statutory rights.
• This competition is run by Interflora British Unit.

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Win Flowers: Just tell us your grandparent’s #GrandAdvice

by Bethany Day on October 1, 2015

Grandparents’ Day was first introduced to the UK in 1990 by the charity Age Concern and is now widely celebrated across the world to recognise all the wonderful contributions grandparents make to their families and communities.

From their pearls of wisdom to their quick wit and home cooked meals, there are so many reasons why grandparents deserve their own day of appreciation

To celebrate, we’re giving you the chance to win a beautiful Grandparents’ Day bouquet every day in the run up to Grandparents’ Day on Twitter!

For your chance to win, all you need to do is simply follow @InterfloraUK on Twitter and tell us your grandparents’ best pearls of wisdom with the hashtag #GrandAdvice.

We wish all entrants the best of luck

The (not so) small print

  • This prize draw is open to UK residents aged 18 or over excluding employees of Interflora British Unit, or any of its subsidiary companies, their families, agents or anyone else connected with this promotion.
  • Interflora’s competitions are run by Interflora British Unit and are in no way sponsored, endorsed, administered by or associated with Twitter.
  • To qualify for entry to the competition on Twitter, follow @InterfloraUK and tell us your grandparents’ best pearls of wisdom with the hashtag #GrandAdvice between Thursday 1st October and Sunday 4th October.
  • Entry is deemed as acceptance of the terms and conditions.
  • This competition is limited to one entry per person, per day.
  • Twitter competition entries must be received before 4pm. Entries submitted after that time will not qualify for entry into the competition.
  • Interflora accepts no responsibility for lost or incorrectly completed entries.
  • Each day there is one competition prize.
  • Prizes are subject to availability.
  • Prizes are non-transferable and no cash alternative will be given.
  • The Twitter prize draw will take place before 7pm daily.
  • There will be four winners, each will be selected at random by an independent person.
  • No correspondence will be entered in to.
  • In order to claim the prize the winner must respond within 48 hours by a private message on Twitter. Prizes will be delivered within 5 working days of the winner contacting Interflora.
  • By entering this competition you give permission for promotional activity around this competition to be used by Interflora British Unit.
  • These terms and conditions do not affect your statutory rights.

 

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Win flowers from the Julien Macdonald Collection

by Bethany Day on September 21, 2015


From the catwalk to the red carpet, Julien has dressed some of the world’s most influential celebrities and is best known for his high-octane glamour, and now, with his first foray into the world of flowers, Julien brings his unique vision to a collection of show-stopping bouquets, designed exclusively for Interflora.

To celebrate, we’re giving you the chance to win a fabulous bouquet from this collection every day this week on Twitter!

For your chance to win, all you need to do is simply follow @InterfloraUK on Twitter and retweet the competition tweet for that day.

We wish all entrants the best of luck!

 

 

The (not so) small print

  • This prize draw is open to UK residents aged 18 or over excluding employees of Interflora British Unit, or any of its subsidiary companies, their families, agents or anyone else connected with this promotion.
  • Interflora’s competitions are run by Interflora British Unit and are in no way sponsored, endorsed, administered by or associated with Twitter.
  • To qualify for entry to the competition on Twitter, follow @InterfloraUK and retweet the competition tweet for that day. A new competition tweet will be posted each day from Monday 21st September to Friday 25th September.
  • Entry is deemed as acceptance of the terms and conditions.
  • This competition is limited to one entry per person although.
  • Twitter competition entries must be received before 4pm every Wednesday. Entries submitted after that time will not qualify for entry into the competition.
  • Interflora accepts no responsibility for lost or incorrectly completed entries.
  • Each day there is one competition prize Twitter
  • Prizes are subject to availability.
  • Prizes are non-transferable and no cash alternative will be given.
  • The Twitter prize draw will take place on every Wednesday, with the winners publically announced by 5pm.
  • The winner will be selected at random by an independent person. No correspondence will be entered in to.
  • In order to claim the prize the winner must respond within 48 hours by a private message on Twitter. Prizes will be delivered within 5 working days of the winner contacting Interflora.
  • By entering this competition you give permission for promotional activity around this competition to be used by Interflora British Unit.
  • These terms and conditions do not affect your statutory rights.

 

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Win flowers: Just tell us what makes the perfect cuppa!

by Bethany Day on May 15, 2015

To celebrate our RHS Chelsea Flower Show exhibit, ‘Time for Tea’, we’re giving you the chance to win flowers every day of the week*.

All you need to do to take part is tweet @InterfloraUK your tips for making the perfect cuppa using the hashtag #TimeforTea between now and 23rd May.

We’ll randomly choose one winner every day who’ll receive our beautiful Chelsea Tea Party Arrangement worth £34.99.

Example tweets:

@InterfloraUK I like two tea bags in mine! #TimeforTea

@InterfloraUK a chocolate biscuit to dunk! #TimeforTea

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Win a Spa Break for Mother’s Day

by Bethany Day on March 15, 2015

Thank Mum for all she does and make Mother’s Day unforgettable this year with a chance to win an indulgent overnight spa break for two plus a beautiful Mother’s Day bouquet from Interflora.

The winner of this truly spectacular prize will be able to whisk Mum off for a peaceful night away to a top-class spa in glorious, peaceful surroundings of the English countryside. You’ll have the choice of six stunning hotels across the country to choose from, each offering wonderful spa and dining facilities. Read more >>

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What is Chelsea Fringe?

by Bethany Day on May 16, 2014

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The Chelsea Fringe Festival is gearing up for its third year on the gardening scene and is promising an exciting programme of events for 2014.

The festival, which this year runs between 17th May and 8th June, coincides with the world famous RHS Chelsea Flower Show but is run completely independent of it by a group of passionate volunteers. For many gardening enthusiasts it provides a quirky counterpoint to goings on in the grounds of the Royal Hospital.

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Get involved in Saving Rare Plants

by Bethany Day on February 25, 2014

LavenderTV gardening expert Christine Walkden is encouraging more people to become garden plant conservationists through the Plant Guardian project.

Christine, the BBC One Show’s resident gardening guru, wants anyone who has a rare or endangered plant in their garden to become a Plant Guardian and make sure its existence is recorded. Steps can then be taken to ensure it thrives.

Through the project, Plant Heritage has found some extremely rare plants it feared had been lost but have been conserved and added to the National Plant Collection.

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Jason Derulo says it with Roses

by Bethany Day on February 18, 2014

Jason Derulo surprised his girlfriend Jordin Sparks with an incredible 10,000 pink roses this Valentine’s Day.

After Kanye West appeared to have managed the ultimate big romantic gesture by treating Kim Kardashian to 1,000 flowers, the Talk Dirty star shared a loved-up Instagram shot showing the couple in their flower-filled hotel suite.

“10,000 roses fill this suite! I only wish I could’ve fit 10,000 more in here! Valentines everyday! Thank you to #passionroses for helping to make this special,” the singer said.

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Pesticides ‘making bees shrink’

by Bethany Day on January 20, 2014

A widely used pesticide could be the reason why bumblebees across the country are apparently shrinking.

Research from scientists in the UK reveals that a pyrethroid pesticide, which is commonly used on plants and flowering crops, stunts the growth of worker bumblebee larvae, causing them to hatch out reduced in size.

It is feared that smaller bees will be less effective at foraging for nectar and carrying out their vital task of distributing pollen.

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