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The new environmentally-friendly promotion of Woolworths, Discovery Garden, has now been excavated

Woolworths' new Discovery Garden launches MORGEN – allowing shoppers to pick up plants, herbs and flowers for free instead of Ooshies

  • Woolworth & # 39; s new promotion Discovery Garden will be launched on September 11
  • Popular shoppers can grab a range of herbs, flowers and vegetables
  • Customers pick up plants when they spend more than $ 30 in store and online
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Woolworths' Discovery Garden was dug up weeks ago and enthusiastic shoppers can find a range of herbs, flowers and vegetables from tomorrow.

The new environmentally friendly promotion of the Australian supermarket will be launched on Wednesday, with customers who can pick up free plants if they spend more than $ 30.

The Discovery Garden collection has 24 different types of plant seeds, from thyme, basil and coriander to kale, spinach and carrots.

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The new environmentally-friendly promotion of Woolworths, Discovery Garden, has now been excavated

The new environmentally-friendly promotion of Woolworths, Discovery Garden, has now been excavated

Eager shoppers can pick up a range of herbs, flowers and vegetables from tomorrow

Eager shoppers can pick up a range of herbs, flowers and vegetables from tomorrow

Eager shoppers can pick up a range of herbs, flowers and vegetables from tomorrow

Shoppers can also grow their own flowers, such as violas and violets, with a free interactive growth chart and a textbook available to support the growing journey.

The promotion is an extension of Woolworth's & Fresh Food Kids program, which informs them about where their food comes from and encourages healthy eating habits.

Hoping to get Australians to include more fresh fruits and vegetables in their diet, Woolworths is also giving away a bonus seedling package when customers spend $ 15 on fresh fruits and vegetables in a $ 30 store.

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The supermarket decided to launch the program after research showed that more Aussies like to grow their own herbs and vegetables.

More than 40 percent of Australians do not grow their own herbs and vegetables, while seven out of ten would like that.

WHAT CAN YOU COLLECT?

There are 24 different vegetable, herb and flower seeds to collect and grow.

Vegetables:

Beetroot, bok choi, cabbage, carrots, kale, lettuce, onion, radish, tomato and spinach.

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herbs:

Basil, chamomile, chives, coriander, cress, dill, oregano, parsley, arugula and thyme.

flowers:

Dianthus, pansy, snapdragon and viola.

At the same time, more than a quarter of parents admit that their children do not have a good understanding of where their food comes from.

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Sarah De La Mare, manager of Woolworths Fresh Food Kids, said that Discovery Garden is a & # 39; natural next step & # 39; is to involve families and to enable them to understand how their food is growing.

& # 39; In addition to all the positive mental, physical and economic benefits of gardening, we also want to discover the joys of growing your own fresh herbs, vegetables and flowers – from planting the seedling to celebrating the first sprout to harvesting and eating what you eat has grown, & Mrs. De La Mare said.

& # 39; After planning this program for the past year, we cannot wait for our customers' gardens to flourish throughout Australia. & # 39;

Dr. Shane Norrish, CEO of Landcare Australia, said it is important that young people are aware of the natural environment.

The latest promotion from the Australian supermarket is being launched on Wednesday, with customers who can pick up the free plants when they spend more than $ 30

The latest promotion from the Australian supermarket is being launched on Wednesday, with customers who can pick up the free plants when they spend more than $ 30

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The latest promotion from the Australian supermarket is being launched on Wednesday, with customers who can pick up the free plants when they spend more than $ 30

The collection has 24 different types of plant seeds, from thyme, basil and coriander to kale, spinach and carrots

The collection has 24 different types of plant seeds, from thyme, basil and coriander to kale, spinach and carrots

The collection has 24 different types of plant seeds, from thyme, basil and coriander to kale, spinach and carrots

& # 39; With a program such as the Woolworths Discovery Garden, children of all ages can learn about biodiversity and how to grow their own food, & # 39; he said.

& # 39; By actively making their hands dirty to grow fruits, vegetables and herbs, Woolworths enables the next generation of Australians to create their own living garden at home or at school.

& # 39; Landcare plays an active role in helping young people connect with their local environment, and this great Woolworths initiative will help create Landcarers of the future. & # 39;

Woolworths Discovery Garden is available to anyone who spends more than $ 30 in store or online.

WHAT IS IN EACH SADDLE KIT?

Seed mat: small number of seeds of the same plant type

Soil pellet: brown dehydrated growing media pressed into a compact round shape

Pot: a small seedling pot to put in the soil and seeds

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Seed label: a colored cardboard label that identifies what grows in each pot

What are the kits made of?

Each seedling set is supplied in a cardboard package with useful information and instructions.

The seed identification label is also made of cardboard.

The pot is made from plant fibers.

The soil pellet is made from coconut husk.

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The promotion is an extension of Woolworth's & Fresh Food Kids program, which teaches them where their food comes from and encourages healthy eating habits

The promotion is an extension of Woolworth's & Fresh Food Kids program, which teaches them where their food comes from and encourages healthy eating habits

The promotion is an extension of Woolworth's & Fresh Food Kids program, which teaches them where their food comes from and encourages healthy eating habits

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