WaterWise® Giveaway

Congratulations Duyen! You are the winner of the WaterWise® Easy Container Watering Kit from Proven Winners®. Thank you to everyone who participated. The correct answer is Diamond Frost® Euphorbia.

One way to get the upper hand on a drought is to choose plants that have low moisture requirements.

This one of my favorite plants to use as a filler in both flower borders and containers. It holds up like a champ even during the driest weather. Can you guess what it is? Tell me in the comments section below for a chance to win a WaterWise® Easy Container Watering Kit from Proven Winners®.

Need a hint? It’s a plant in my Platinum Collection from Proven Winners®, which you can check out here.

I’ll select the winner at random and announce the name on Wednesday September 5, 2012. Click here to read the official rules.

291 Responses to WaterWise® Giveaway

  1. Euphorbia Diamond Frost

  2. Jeanette Zienert says:

    Diamond Frost- I like plants with movement and low moisture requirements. Will have to look for this one.

  3. Adam says:

    Diamond frost! Best plant for deck containers and hanging baskets! I have been using it for 7 years now… since we started using it in our garden club at the Ellinton Middle School!

  4. Jean Castle says:

    Euphorbia “Diamond Frost”

  5. Audrey says:

    Euphorbia Diamond Frost.

  6. Regina J King says:

    Euphorbia graminea

  7. Sharrieboberry says:

    I have used Diamond Frost Euphorbia in a lot of pot arrangements in the past two-three years. It’s so pretty. I’ve shared this “find” with lots of friends and they love it too.

  8. Margie Wilson says:

    Diamond Frost Euphorbia–beautiful!

  9. Mary Curtis says:

    Diamond Frost and after this year all my plants should be that.

  10. Thomas Whitlock says:

    Euphorbia

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