Green Giveaway: “GreenStakes,” The 100% Biodegradable Lawn and Garden Tool

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Welcome to the Green Gardenista’s first Green Giveaway! I want to do my part to spread the joy of “going green” around, by giving you a great tool to do just that in your own yard!

Green Stakes are a 100% biodegradable alternative to metal sod staples and anchors, that solve all of our rusty “how do I recycle these” problems. This green innovation dissolves safely into the soil 8-24 months after installation, and can be used for a wide variety of garden tasks! I have used Green Stakes to anchor sod, mulch mats, and wildflower mats, but they have almost unlimited uses around the yard, and can be used with landscape fabric and even bird netting!

I will be giving away a box of 500 four inch Green Stakes next Thursday, October 23rd, to the winning name I pull at random from a hat. 

 

How To Win It Big: Enter your name, and what you want to use Green Stakes for in the comment section below, and stay tuned for the winning announcement to be made next Thursday! This particular contest is open to continental US residents only, due to overseas shipping costs. The stakes come in a box about the size of a standard shoe box..

Good Luck! 

 

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  1. Melissa B. says:

    I could use these next spring when I plant my flower beds.

  2. Tom says:

    Bought a house that needs lots of landscaping done…

  3. Marjorie says:

    Need to do tons of landscaping! Please? ;)

  4. Charles says:

    This will come in handy for next spring!!!

  5. Erica G says:

    I want to use them to put down some landscaper’s fabric. We are redoing our beds. These would help us greatly.

  6. Cheryl Free says:

    I’d use these for planning and marking my flower and vegetable gardens :) *Thanks* for the giveaway!

  7. Mollie G. says:

    These look like they would work great to immobilize the sprinkler-head “doughnuts” that are supposed to keep the lawnmower from decapitating the sprinklers. Thanks — You Grow, Girl!

  8. Heather Burgess says:

    oh these would be great in starting our new gardens and flower beds

  9. Patricia says:

    I plan to win the lottery tonite, and can use when I replant the shrubs, etc. around my house after the remodel. :)

  10. Mariann Hudson says:

    How neat – hadn’t heard of these before. I hope to use them for a temporary flower/veggie garden border. Thank you for the chance to win them!

  11. Barbara Hunt says:

    What a great product! Thanks!

  12. Stephen Sendek says:

    Just what I need to redo my lawn

  13. Carolyn Hagerman says:

    How wonderful. sign me up, please!!!!

  14. jennifer gersch says:

    these would be great in my garden

  15. Elizabeth M. says:

    We’re looking to do some sodding of the section of the backyard where the pool used to be. These would be wonderful to help hold the sod sections in place.

  16. D Johnson says:

    Sweet

  17. claudette flanigan says:

    oh, wow! Would my husband be happy if I won this! Good luck to me! :)

  18. LJ EMANUEL says:

    would be great to use in the garden, for laying down nets, also around the fruit trees, to net the trees, so birds don’t have daily buffets. thanks for a great opportunity.

  19. Paulie says:

    I have a two and a half acre orchard. These stakes would be perfect for use around my trees. What an excellent idea. Since I have a well, I am always concerned about the purity of my ground water.

  20. Zoey Smith says:

    I would love to use these stakes in my vegetable garden and around my artichokes. It is about time they came up with a better idea!

  21. Nat Stevens says:

    arranging the veggie plants

  22. Terry Crawford says:

    since i live with a constant wind they should help hold down sod mats

  23. Roseann K. says:

    Wonderful idea! Thanks!

  24. Keith D. says:

    Green is good

  25. kathy pease says:

    i would use these for anchoring landscape fabric im always making new gardens :)

  26. Darlene Wetzel says:

    Would love to try when doing my landscaping. Thanks!

  27. Kari Follett says:

    I’d use these to help support cheesecloth in my garden that I use to protect from frost! And I’d give some to my dad, who is also a gardener!

  28. Jennifer Schroeder says:

    I’m planning on starting up a garden, so these would be great! Thank you so much for the great contest!

  29. Talitha Lee says:

    These would be fab for the garden I’m planning with my kids! Thanks for the contest!

  30. Veronica Garrett says:

    I woyld use them for the flowers and plants I will be planting in my yard.

  31. william causey says:

    i could use these in my garden

  32. kathy says:

    We had a large area cleared for raised bed gardening, but I’m putting landscape fabric and rocks down first. These would really come in handy!

  33. Deborah says:

    This is such a GREAT idea!! I love it when folks come up with creative alternatives like this. I’d use them for a number of things, but mostly for landscape fabric and seed rolls. Thanks for the opportunity to win them!

  34. Gianna says:

    I’d love to use them for all of my garden veggies :)

  35. Regina says:

    I agree with Joni. Great for using with weed block. Would be good for flower garden too!

  36. Shawnna ODer says:

    I got over 1.5 acres and love landscaping it. These will come in handy

  37. Catharine R says:

    These look interesting. I’d like to try them in my yard.

  38. Renee Borders says:

    A friend of my children has started his own landscaping business. He’s like one of my own kids. I would love to win these for him. Thanks! :)

  39. Sonja Almand says:

    I could really use these to hold down all the weed tarp in my yard!

  40. Janet says:

    I sure I will find a use for them in the garden!

  41. john kent says:

    i like my stakes medium rare but in this case green is much better than pink :) if i became a cop these would be useful in a stake out

  42. Suanne Giddings says:

    Several hot and dry summers have left our yard looking spotty. We need to resod many areas in order to have a healthy lawn again. These would be great for the project. We also need to put down new hardware fabric in the garden area to keep out the weeds, so we need these to keep it in place – safe from leaf blowers and other things that disturb it. Thank you for the opportunity to participate in this giveaway!

  43. elsie says:

    Our lawn would benefit from using this giveaway. thanks for the chance.

  44. Brenda S. says:

    These would be great, I have lots of uses. Thanks!!!

  45. Melissa T. says:

    I would use these to help wind proof my veggie trellises instead of using metal stakes.

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