Woolworths supermarket has released the full list of free pLants that customers can collect with its new Discovery Garden promotion.
From Wednesday February 10, shoppers can score a free kit with every $30 spent in store or online at Woolworths in a single transaction.
There will 24 varieties of herbs, flowers and vegetables available – many of which are new to the hugely successful 2019 promotion.
And in an exciting twist, this year Woolworths has included 21 seedlings in the Discovery Garden collection that can attract bees during their lifecycle.
It’s part of the supermarket’s new focus to educate Australians about honeybees and the role they play in supporting the country’s food supply through pollination.
“We’re excited to once again offer our customers the Woolworths Discovery Garden collection,” said Woolworths Chief Marketing Officer Andrew Hicks.
“The response to our first Discovery Garden program in 2019 was overwhelmingly positive, with families collecting millions of seedling kits and discovering how to grow the flowers, vegetables, and herbs together.
“With so much of our floral resources decimated by recent droughts, bushfires and floods, our focus this year is to encourage pollination through our bee-attracting seedlings and replenish local gardens and community flora.
“The Woolworths Discovery Garden program is a part of our ongoing commitment to sustainability, which aims to not only have a positive impact on the planet, but start conversations amongst families that result in positive change for the local environment to help create a better tomorrow.”
Woolworths Discovery Garden
The full list of plants that shoppers can collect is:
- Lemon Balm
- Red Basil
- Swan River Daisy
- Bunching Onion
- Cherry Tomato
Each Woolworths Discovery Garden seedling kit includes:
- Sleeve: Each seedling kit comes in a cardboard FSC sleeve with useful information and instructions. The seed identifying label is integrated in the sleeve.
- Seed mat: The seed mat is made from dissolvable paper which is biodegradable.
- Pot: The pot is made from wood pulp. This is compostable in soil. This is a natural product.
- Seeds: The seeds come from various seed companies that buy quality seeds from around the world. This is a natural product.
- Coco pellet: The pod is a natural product made from coconut husk.
To learn more about Discovery Garden, head here.