Mary Ann Newcomer, Sister #246 and GirlGab.com blogger at Gardens of the Wild Wild West, has a new book! Even though I don’t live in the Rockies, I was first in line to get one for my library. And because a farmgirl sister is a sister who’s a sister, I have a copy for you, too. So, calling all you ladies who live near the Rockies … this is your chance to win a copy. All you have to do is tell me what part of the Rockies you live in—we’ll put your name into a hat and pull out a winner for an early Christmas gift this year.
Please add my name to the giveaway! My daughter lives in Wyoming and has been struggling with gardening for the past 3 years. This would be GREAT for her!!!!
I would love to have this book as I live in Colorado at 9000 feet up in the Rocky Mountains, I have lived here 4 years and can not seem to get the hang of having a garden at this attitude. Same with my baking:-)
Thank you again Mary Jane for yet another great give away.
Have a beautiful week.
My little place is in West Yellowstone Montana, a lovely small town near Yellowstone National Park. The gardening season is short! THANKS! Mary Beth
I live near the Rockies in Boise, Idaho. If you think this book is appropriate for my location & high elevation, I’d LOVE to toss my name in the hat for winning this book. Thank you!
Absolutely because Mary Ann lives in Boise!
Yes, please! I live in Highlands Ranch, Colorado. I am originally from the midwest, where I used to grow outstanding tomatoes, but I sure don’t have the hang yet of gardening here. Thanks, Maryjane, and greetings to my fellow challenged Rocky Mountain gardeners.
Please add my name for the book give away.
It would be great to add this book to my collection. I live in northern Utah (the western edge of the Rockies). Please put me in for the drawing.
Please add my name to the hat. I don’t live fully in the Rockies anymore but I live at the historical beginning of the Rockies on the Oregon Trail. I grew up under the Tetons and lived for four years in the shadows of the Missions. All part of the Rockies. Gardening there can be a challenge to say the least. High elevations and unexpected freezes become a way of life in the Rockies. I would love to add this one to my garden book collection.
i grew up on a new england farma nd then hubby moved me to paradise on an island for a dozen years. Now in the pacific northwest it has been a challenge re-learning and learning new for the area. But i keep at it! 🙂 Please add me.