From My Tool Tote : Giveaway

There are a dozen garden giveaways going on right now in the gardening social world.  I think it is awesome to see everyone getting into the Christmas spirit and giving from their gardens.  That is why I asked my friends at Corona Tools if I could giveaway a few of my favorite products I use almost daily in my garden and greenhouse.

Easy to reach in without gloves when I’m pruning my new roses with the Corona Tool Convertible Pruner / Lopper

I’m giving away one of my favorite tools by Corona Tools that I have found to be super handy in my landscape after receiving them as a gift last spring.  The Corona Convertible Pruner Lopper can be found through out my summer networking on Instagram , Pinterest and Twitter as I used them in 2012 gardening adventures.  The #1 thing I love about this tool is the Internal spring, no lost part or clogging and the comfortable handle.  I honestly don’t like ‘claiming’ I have carpal tunnel any longer because I rarely feel the pain when I working in the garden thanks to my Corona Tools.

I know … I’m holding the blade in the wrong direction for this photo but I’m a lefty and I wanted to show off the Corona logo!


I’m giving away 1 pair of the Corona Convertible Pruner Loppers ( value $39 USA)  on my site just in time for Christmas.  What a perfect gift – the tool is even festive RED!

1. Enter a comment on this blog post sharing what you use pruners for in your garden or landscape.

2. Be sure to leave your Twitter or Instagram User Name so I can follow you and your adventures in the garden! ( not required if you don’t participate on those networks).

3. I’m sorry Canadian Friends .. this only for USA shipping addresses.


Winner will be announced during #gardenchat on Monday at 9 p.m. ET on Twitter.  You can follow the #gardenchat on our website at : #gardenchat Website.  I will also share on my site Tuesday December 17th who the winner is. Please note that I need to hear from the winner by December 18th to send this product out in time for Christmas.

GOOD LUCK to you and Happy Gardening!



Bren Haas

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28 thoughts on “From My Tool Tote : Giveaway

  1. I would use these to trim my roses. I’m always getting hurt with the ones I have now. These look easy to use.

  2. I use these in my roses all the time … they are a great addition to your garden. THanks for entering Donna!

  3. Wayne Johnson says:

    I use them to clean up shrubs, flower bushes, and small trees. I also use them for harvesting herbs and some veggies. @SubvrsiveHippie

  4. awesome Wayne … thank you for entering the giveaway today!

  5. I will need them to clean up the blueberry bushes I planted last weekend. The roses would probably like a go at them as well. Thanks, Bren!

  6. Forgot to add my Twitter handle” @modernmiagarden

  7. Awesome …. thanks for sharing! You know I love your tweets daily. #coffee buds in the AM for sure!

  8. ohhh…. I can’t wait to hear more about these blueberries! Thanks for entering the giveaway Modern Mia!

  9. I would love to use the Corona pruners loppers for trimming my ivy! Also I use pruners for triming my shrubs, dead heading flowers and the grass that will not heed to a trimmer.

  10. Thanks for entering Cheryl : I know whoever receive the pruners are going to love them like I do!

  11. melissa Mclarney says:

    Love the red! Easy to find when you put them down and wander off to another part of the yard!

  12. So true … I’ve done this before Melissa! Thank you for commenting on this giveaway and good luck!

  13. My poor loppers are used ion everything I am afraid. I have then hanging at the backdoor in a little basket and I grab them on the way out the door without even thinking anymore. :)

  14. During the summer, I usually carry my pruners in my pocket whenever I go outside because I use the for everything from picking flowers, harvesting vegetables, trimming stray branches from my hedges, and pruning my roses.

  15. Carol – these are great pruners / loppers for that! I’ve carried these babies in my back jean pocket many of times! Good Luck – and thank you for entering!~

  16. I love that Lona – you are always prepared and your blog featuring your amazing garden in full bloom shows it! THanks for entering and good luck to you!~

  17. I just saw this on BGgarden Facebook Page and want to win those pruners. I’m very new to gardening but do believe I could some major work using those. Thanks Bren

  18. What’s Up? Remember me from Toledo gardens? We love the corona tools down at the community garden and I would love to have a pair of my own. I usually use my indoor scissors when pruning.

  19. Debbie McMurry says:

    Love your contests. Can never have to many loopers.
    Happy Gardening!

  20. Right on Debbie … my kind of gardener! Good Luck with the giveaway!

  21. You know I love filling my shed with red … thanks for the good word about Toledo’s Corona Tools. I know you all are growing good things in the community with them. Best Wishes and thank you for entering!

  22. Well … owning a pair of Corona Pruners is a great way to begin your career gardening Andy. THanks for entering and good luck.

  23. I’ll be honest – my seven year old daughter uses pruners much more often than I do. She likes trimming bushes to make fairy garden decorations and bird nests!

    • Nothing better then getting the kids in the garden Rachel. Thank you for commenting and I’m heading over to your blog to check it out. Good Luck!

  24. I prune 65 miniature roses and 25 large roses. March 1st is the time I start here. I would enjoy having some new pruners because I always misplace them! I do not have any Corona pruners and would likt to try them.

    • I just love your site loaded with Rose information Elena – thank you for sharing your pruning experience on my blog and I want to wish you good luck!

  25. Exactly where did u pick up the tips to compose Roller
    Shades “From My Tool Tote : Giveaway”? Thanks -Edna