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Saturday, February 28, 2009

Tickle Me Plant Giveaway


There are days that you can tell that spring is truely in the air. Those of us who love to garden have it in our bones to start planting. We can help those that are younger by allowing a fun time while planting and the tickle me plant can do just that. I know that when we received our tickle me plant my son had lots of fun planting the seed and waiting to see what would happen.
Please read the original review of the tickle me plant here. Let me refresh your minds of what I found and what I loved about the tickle me plant
  1. The tickle me plant can be grown inside the house year round this is great for when we can not get outside to have fun we will have a bit of outside inside
  2. The mission statement of the Tickle Me Plant is that they want every child (and those young at heart) to have a positive experience growing plants. I can remember raising plants with my father and now you have the same opportunity to raise the tickle me plant with a youngster that you love.
  3. a set of science projects to do with the tickle me plant. Great for homeschooling as well as those who just want to have fun

Larry wants to give one of Annie's home readers an opportunity to win a tickle me plant.

Buy: Tickle me plant can be bought from here.

Win: One winner has the chance to win a tickle me plant.

How to win:

Mandatory: Visit the tickle me plant site and tell me something that I did not share with you

Entries:

1. mandatory question must be answered

extra entries

1. subscribe to Annies home (3 entries)

2. follow Annies Home on blogger (2 entries)

3. follow me on twitter and tweet (2 entries) can be done daily

4. blog about this giveaway (4 entries)

5. let me know if you plan on having a garden this year (1 entry)

6. enter another giveaway on this blog and tell me which one (2 entries)

all entries must be left with new comment for example if 4 entry points then 4 comments must be left In addition you must leave email in comment or have it accessible on blog.

That's it giveaway is open to U.S. and Canadian readers and will run from February 28 to March 21, 2009. Have fun Winner will be emailed and posted on March 22, 2009

123 comments:

  1. * The TickleMe Plant has also been called the "Shy Plant", "Humble Plant", "Sleeping Grass", "Touch-Me-Not", "Noli Me Tangere" , "Sensitive Plant" and "Modest Princess."

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  2. "How long does a TickleMe Plant live?"
    The life of a TickleMe Plant can vary from a few months to even a few years!

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  3. yes having a garden this year- started seeds inside already- our bulbs iced over and aredestroyed with the storm

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  4. Most of their products are made from recycled materials and are biodegradable! Cool!
    Lynn
    lxchen123(at)yahoo.com

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  5. They will give you a free fundraising kit if you want to use this as part of a fundraiser. How much fun are these!

    mdhohn(at)msn(dot)com

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  6. I'm not having a traditional garden but my son and I do plant a few things in pots just for the fun of it. We did herbs last year.

    mdhohn(at)msn(dot)com

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  7. I entered the Wee Bairn Cover Up Giveaway -1

    mdhohn(at)msn(dot)com

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  8. I entered the Wee Bairn Cover Up Giveaway -2

    mdhohn(at)msn(dot)com

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  9. I'm following --1

    mdhohn(at)msn(dot)com

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  10. I'm following --2

    mdhohn(at)msn(dot)com

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  11. free shipping when you spend $50 :)

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  12. tweet 1
    http://twitter.com/valerie2350/status/1264793046

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  13. tweet 2
    http://twitter.com/valerie2350/status/1264793046

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  14. plan on a few things in pots, but not a big garden

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    http://sweeps4bloggers.blogspot.com/2009/02/annieshome-tickle-me-plant-32109.html

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    http://sweeps4bloggers.blogspot.com/2009/02/annieshome-tickle-me-plant-32109.html

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    http://sweeps4bloggers.blogspot.com/2009/02/annieshome-tickle-me-plant-32109.html

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  19. Most products are biodegradable

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  20. They process their seeds in such a way that they make them sprout more quickly.

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  21. No garden this year...we've temporarily moved from Montana to Oklahoma and have a tiny space of grass...that's it. I miss my 5 acres!

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  22. Follow you on Twitter and tweeted!
    http://twitter.com/sendtocindy/status/1268088151

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  23. Twitter/tweet entry #2
    http://twitter.com/sendtocindy/status/1268088151

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  24. Also entered Little Miss Clip entry #2

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  25. The Tickle Me Plant has been used by thousands of teachers already.
    This would make a really great learning experience. Thank you!

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  27. This is great to know!

    --Most of our products are made from recycled and biodegradable materials and they can be reused over and over again.

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  28. I'm moving this year, and am looking for a place that has a nice yard so I can start a vegetable garden.

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  29. They are a teacher owned company.
    pkildow at gmail dot com

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  30. If you spend $50 you get free shipping.

    sweetascandy579 at yahoo dot com

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  31. Their products are biodegradable

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  32. The company is owned by Teachers.
    Thanks

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  33. Tickle me plants can grow up to a few feet under the right conditions.

    urchiken at gmail dot com

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  34. The tickle me plant can grow pink flowers!

    My twins have been dying for one of these for several months. Great giveaway!

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  35. Most of their products are made from recycled and biodegradable materials and they can be reused over and over again.

    sugar2006@comcast.net

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  36. There is a plant doctor (on site) to help with questions and information...
    inspires me, as a teacher of elem. students, to choose a plant doctor each week to look up questions we have in the classroom...hopefully to inspire some students!!

    pumpkinlady430@yahoo.com

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  37. The tickle me plant has beautiful flowers.

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  38. Most of their products are made from recycled and biodegradable materials and they can be reused over and over again.

    bettinawellmaker at gmail dot com

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  39. Mimosa pudica is the real scientific name of the Tickle Me Plant. JeansandTs@hotmail.com

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  40. the products are reusable
    weblynx at hotmail.com

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  41. we are going to have a small garden

    weblynx at hotmail.com

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  42. I like that they use recycled products to make their products.

    couponcrazymom00 at gmail dot com

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  43. TickleMe Plants are native to some tropical regions

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  44. It takes about 3 weeks for the leaves to mature so that they can move

    Come visit me at
    http://thefrugalkennedys.blogspot.com

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  45. I follow you on Twitter
    http://twitter.com/mommykennedy

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  46. I blogged
    http://thefrugalkennedys.blogspot.com

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  47. They have party favors which I love. I would much prefer this to cheap party favors that are thrown out.

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  48. I do plan on having a garden this year

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  49. tweet http://twitter.com/misaacmom/status/1326621941

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  50. tweet 2
    http://twitter.com/misaacmom/status/1326621941

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  51. I learned that the Tickle Me Plant makes a great school fundraiser..I'm a teacher and I'm definitely going to look into that idea!

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  52. I follow on blogger...entry #2

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  53. I definitely plan on having a garden this year...every year we usually plant at least some zuchinni plants, summer squash,and tomatoes.

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  54. I entered your BioGreen Bottle giveaway, the pocket purifier giveaway..and several others:)

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  55. I also entered the pocket purifier and other giveaways!

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  56. TickleMe Plants can grow several feet tall and wide ~ whew ~ I am glad I don't have a green thumb!

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  57. I tweeted :-)
    http://twitter.com/mommykennedy

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  58. I learned that they process their seeds with a proprietary technique to insure that seeds sprout quickly.

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  59. TickleMe Plants can grow beautiful pink flowers after several months

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  60. They even have tickle me plant party favors. Fun!
    sweet dot verona at yahoo dot com

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  61. Yes, I'm having a garden this year, I've GOT to get my seed order in today!

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  62. I also entered your brownie giveaway, yum!

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  63. My kids would love this! How neat that the Seeds of the TickleMe Plant have been known to still germinate (grow) after 19 years.

    ljatwood at gmail dot com

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  64. I have subscribed to Annie's home. (#1)

    ljatwood at gmail dot com

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  65. I have subscribed to Annie's home. :) (#2)

    ljatwood at gmail dot com

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  66. I have subscribed to Annie's Home. :) (#3)

    ljatwood at gmail dot com

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  67. I have become a follower. :)
    (#1)

    ljatwood at gmail dot com

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  68. I have become a follower. :)
    (#2)

    ljatwood at gmail dot com

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  69. They are also called Touch Me not Plants..lol
    Petra
    fraudrpepper@hotmail.com

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  70. A Tickle Me Plant can live as long as a few years!

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  71. "How long does it take for the leaves to open and branches to lift back up after I tickle the plant?" The plant can open its leaves and lift up its branches in less than 15 minutes. It depends upon the time of day, as the closer to sunset the longer it takes the leaves to open. This may be due to the fact that the plant will close all its leaves to "sleep" at night. Colder temperatures and air conditioning tend to make the TickleMe Plant move more slowly when tickled. Cold temperatures also can delay the reopening of leaves and lifting back up of branches.

    mommyhoodisthankless{AT}gmail.com

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  72. I do plan on having a garden this year!

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  73. I am a subscriber!

    mommyhoodisthankless{AT}gmail.com
    legacyofbrutalitysa{AT}gmail.com

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  74. I am a subscriber!

    mommyhoodisthankless{AT}gmail.com
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    #2

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  75. I am a subscriber!

    mommyhoodisthankless{AT}gmail.com
    legacyofbrutalitysa{AT}gmail.com

    #3

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  76. I blogged about this giveaway: Here

    mommyhoodisthankless{AT}gmail.com

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  77. I blogged about this giveaway: Here

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  78. I blogged about this giveaway: Here

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  79. I blogged about this giveaway: Here

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  80. I am a follower!

    mommyhoodisthankless{AT}gmail.com

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  81. I am a follower!

    mommyhoodisthankless{AT}gmail.com

    #2

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  82. Tweet: http://twitter.com/wastebasket/statuses/1359283307

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  83. Tweet: http://twitter.com/wastebasket/statuses/1359283307

    #2

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  84. As TickleMe Plants mature and may be about to flower, they develop some thorns. The thorns can easily be removed with a nail clipper (with adult supervision).

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  85. I DO plan on having a small indoor garden this year - herbs, mostly.

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  86. TickleMe Plants can grow beautiful pink flowers after several months

    tiramisu392 (at) yahoo.com

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  87. Oh what a wonderful learning experience this would make for the kids! And me, quite honestly. I'm not the greenest thumb :D

    Here is a product feature I learned from the Tickle Me Plant site concerning the Greenhouse set:

    Everything you need to grow your own TickleMe Plant Family in a greenhouse. INTERNET SPECIAL-includes three TickleMe Plant seed packets.$19.95 ONLY $6.75 shipping no matter how many other items you order.

    It's quite a steal for $20! Thanks for the entry!

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  88. Many of the items are biodegradable.

    risanjax@Metrocast.net

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  89. Ha! I learned why the Tickle Me Plant is called a "Tickle Me Plant"!

    When you touch it, the leaves close up. How fun!

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