Win with The English Garden

Register for a chance to win £500 worth of WoodBlocX

Create a stunning focal point with WoodBlocX easy-to-build and long-lasting planters. Filled with ornamentals or vegetables, WoodBlocX raised beds and planters are practical, attractive and make a beautiful addition to an established or new garden.
  
Made from pressure treated pine, the wooden blocks slot together using a dowel and wedge system which makes the structures strong and durable, much more so than railway sleepers and wooden boards.
 
Each kit includes step-by-step instructions, easy-assembly components including lightweight pressure treated pine blocks. No heavy lifting or sharp tools are required to assemble WoodBlocX kits – the wooden pieces simply slot together using strong dowels made from recycled plastic, plus everything is supplied cut to size so there is no waste.

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T&Cs

The closing date to register for the competition is Thursday 10th May 2018.

The winner will be notified by email within one week of the closing date

The competition is open to UK residents only

The prize is a £500 voucher to spend on the WoodBlocX website

The prize is non-transferable and there is no cash alternative

By entering the competition you are agreeing to receive the weekly WoodBlocX newsletter.

With WoodBlocX Raised Beds, Boxes and Planters you’ll rediscover the pleasure in gardening. Our kits can help you build raised beds that are beautiful and practical, giving you extra height and adding shape and structure to your outdoor space.

It couldn’t be easier to create a raised timber pond that’s perfect for your garden from WoodBlocX. The versatility of our products means they can be used to build koi ponds and water features of any shape or size, creating a fantastic centrepiece for your garden.

It’s easy to bring your garden to life with WoodBlocX. A little landscaping and the slopes and hills can be turned into terraces, borders and flat lawns, with additional built in features such as steps, benches and pillars. And it's much easier to build with than sleepers.