Our 2015 Reader Survey & Giveaway: It’s BIG!

Words by
Georgina Reid
| November 4, 2015

This month, The Planthunter turns two! Over the past few years we’ve asked a lot of questions about life, with plants. Now we’d like to ask you what you think about life, with us! Yep, we’re holding a Reader Survey & Giveaway to coincide with our birthday.

To celebrate these milestones and to take stock, we’re holding a Reader Survey and Giveaway during November. We are inviting you to tell us a bit about yourself, why you read The Planthunter and what will keep you coming back.

As an added incentive to share your thoughts with us, we’ve gathered together a collection of beautiful, plant-inspired objects from some of the Australian designers, makers and retailers we love most. Readers who complete our survey will be entered into our giveaway for a chance to win one of 10 brilliant prizes.

Our Reader Survey involves around 35 questions and it should take you 10 minutes to complete. We would love to hear your thoughts on our website design, our content, how we can do things better and what you’d like to see in 2016!

The Deal:

  • The Reader Survey runs from today, the 4th of November until the 18th of November.
  • There are 10 prizes up for grabs, which will be drawn on the 20th of November. We’ll contact winners via email the same day.
  • Winners will be selected from survey participants at random – except where prizes are only available to participants located within a specific geographic region.
  • The survey is open to all readers but we can only ship prizes within Australia (and where indicated below, only within a local region).
  • Each supplier will mail prizes directly to the winner of their prize, so we will need to share winner’s details with the supplier.

CLICK HERE to take part in our 2015 Reader Survey.

We’ll be forever grateful for your contribution to the future of The Planthunter.

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Prize 1

2 x outdoor cushions and inserts from Basil Bangs, valued at $180

Basil Bangs, based in Sydney’s northern beaches, makes impeccably fun outdoors products. Mix and match these two beauties, (featuring their Shrubbery & Kaleidoscope designs) to update your outdoor space right in time for summer.

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Prize 2

3 x $100 Gift Vouchers from Flowers Vasette, valued at $300

Flowers Vasette is a floral design institution in Melbourne, with an iconic shopfront located in Fitzroy. When you step inside, the space is breathtaking… and it’s incredibly difficult to leave with just one thing! Thankfully you can fill your home with all your favourite seasonal flowers and plants with these separate gift vouchers from Flowers Vasette.

(Prize available to readers living in Melbourne; vouchers valid for 3 months and valid for the purchase of cut flowers or plants only).

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Prize 3

6 books from Hardie Grant Books, valued at $265

Hardie Grant Books publish all the books on our must-read lists. The six books we’ve curated for your pre-summer reading list are: Green Nomads by Bob Brown, The Kinfolk Home by Nathan Williams, Rohan Anderson’s A Year of Practiculture, DIY Garden Projects from the guys at The Little Veggie Patch Co, The Produce Companion by Meredith Kirton and Mandy Sinclair, and Adriana Picker’s gorgeous colouring book, The Garden of Earthly Delights.

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Prize 4

‘Nest’ in Black and Peach Eggshell from Ivy Muse, valued at $160

Ivy Muse is a beautiful botanical wares collection by friends Jacqui Vidal and Alana Langan. Together they design plant stands with striking silhouettes, made locally in Melbourne. We love their petite tabletop stand called ‘Nest’ with its porcelain vessel for holding your maidenhair fern, trinkets or even fresh cut flowers! Photographer: Annette O’Brien

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Prize 5

Gift voucher from Loose Leaf, valued at $200

Charlie Lawler and Wona Bae from Loose Leaf know about plants. Their Collingwood studio is where inspired work combining indoor plants and floral design happens and we want to move in! Use this gift voucher to stock up on all manner of weird and wonderful plants to junglefy your home.

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Prize 6

Maiori ‘La Lampe’ Petite from OBODO, valued at $495

Based in Alexandria, Sydney, OBODO brings together contemporary furniture from all over the world. This solar lamp is one of the neatest we’ve seen. Beautifully designed, and with a lovely warm light, it’s the perfect way to create ambience in your garden this summer.

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Prize 7

Pot Head #28 and #29 from Pot Heads Ceramics , valued at $250

Kim Jaeger is the Hobart-based designer behind Pot Heads Ceramics – and we are huge fans of her cheeky style. If you want to let your plant express its emotional side, look no further than a Pot Heads number! Pot Head #28 and #29 will make perfect homes for two of your best little indoors plants.

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Prize 8

Medium-sized Bungalow Painted Pot with Kentia Palm from Pop & Scott, valued at $290

Pop & Scott need no introduction around here! They’re renowned across Australia for their striking pots and furniture designs. The Bungalow is from their ‘The Modernist’ range and with a kentia palm will make a vibrant addition to your indoor plant nook!

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Prize 9

Tait x Bernabei Freeman ‘Bloom’ Planter from Tait, valued at $200

Tait designs everything for inside and outside your home from their base in Thornbury, Melbourne. Their designs are playful, practical and characterised by a vibrant colour palette. The Bloom Planter shows off all these features and will add a bright pop of colour to an outside (or inside) wall.

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Prize 10

One Piece Leather Apron in ‘Oak Tan’ from Wootten, valued at $220

Your favourite barista is probably wearing a Wootten apron right now. Jess Cameron-Wootten makes bespoke footwear and leather goods from his workshop in Melbourne, and each piece is finely detailed and handcrafted, which we love! The One Piece Leather Apron will help you do the gardening with function and style.

CLICK HERE to take part in our 2015 Reader Survey! 


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