Win £150 worth of Gardening Goodies! - Toby Tiger

Win £150 worth of Gardening Goodies!

Win £150 worth of Gardening Goodies from Burgon & Ball, Kabloom and Toby Tiger! 

Fun for all the family, gardening is one of the most rewarding activities you can enjoy alongside your children. Come sunshine and rain, big and little green fingers alike can get muddy out in the garden and, after lots of laughter and giggles, watch as all your seeds sprout and grow! Whether you’re hoping to populate your garden with beautiful blooms, leafy greens or fresh food to eat, introduce your little gardeners to the full wonder and magic of gardening and help them learn about the importance of the environment, all whilst having heaps of fun! 



The first week of June marks the beginning of National Children’s Gardening Week and, with the sun warming up to shine and the bees getting ready to buzz, there’s never been a better time to encourage your little ones to enjoy nature on their doorstep! Here at Toby Tiger, we’re hoping to get as many little fingers turning green as possible so we’ve teamed up with gardening gurus Burgon & Ball and innovative nature creators Kabloom to bring you a delightful array of gardening goodies. As well as this, parents can enjoy a £40 Toby Tiger voucher to help kit out mini gardeners in comfortable, durable and bright childrenswear. 

The get-into-gardening kit we’ve put together has everything you need to get your little ones involved in the garden. Our lucky competition winner will receive a complete children’s sized gardening kit including a digging spade, digging fork, trowel and hand fork from Burgon & Ball to get them digging around in the mud, as well as an adorable Dotty Kneelo kneeler to protect their legs from scratches and scrapes. Of course, what use are all the practical gardening tools without some seeds to plant? Well, with the Kabloom Birds Bees and Butterfly Seedbomb Gift Box also included, your little ones will have the joy of planting and watering their little seeds, watching them grow, then seeing all the beautiful birds, bees and butterflies that come to watch too!

Before you get outdoors to join in on all the fun come 29th May - 6th June for National Children’s Gardening Week, make sure to also visit our new Mini Beasts collection at Toby Tiger. Filled with fun designs inspired by the outside world, encourage your little ones to celebrate creatures big and small with the wiggly worm, green grasshopper and buzzing beetle appliques. All made from 100% organic cotton and environmentally friendly AZO-free dyes, the shorts, tees, dungarees and leggings in our Mini Beasts collection are durable, movable and super soft on skin - perfect for gardening! What’s more, entering our competition gives you the chance to win a £40 voucher to spend at Toby Tiger, that’s enough to get a pair of running shorts, a pair of leggings and an organic bug print tee from our new collection!

Ready to get into gardening with your little one? Simply enter below for your chance to win the following:

  • Burgon & Ball
  • Child’s Digging Spade
  • Child’s Digging Fork
  • Child’s Trowel
  • Child’s Hand Fork
  • Dotty Kneelo Kneeler
  • Kabloom Birds Bees and Butterfly Gift Box
  • + £40 Toby Tiger Gift Voucher

Good luck! Winners of our gardening goodies competition will be announced on Toby Tiger’s social media channels, so make sure you’re following us to find out if you’ve won!

Terms & Conditions

This competition is available to UK entrants only. Prizes include a £40 Toby Tiger Voucher, Kabloom Birds Bees and Butterfly Gift Box, Burgon & Ball Child’s Digging Spade, Child’s Digging Fork, Child’s Trowel, Child’s Hand Fork and a Dotty Kneelo Kneeler. No cash alternative is available. 

The competition closes midday 9th June 2021 and the winner will be announced through Toby Tiger social media channels. 

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A lovely prize for my green fingered grandaughter

Margaret Walker

Love to win it


Good stuff


great giveaway

carol boffey

Looking forward to Toby Tiger garden kit.


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