We’re giving away £1,050 worth of superb prizes in September

Here are some exclusive Kitchen Garden giveaways for September 2021 – worth a staggering £1,050!

To enter to win these prizes, all you need to do is fill in your details in the form at the bottom of the page before the end of August 27, 2021.


Here’s what you could win this month:

Best boot forward

The new Garden Ankle Boot from Leon Boot Co is the lightest welly ever made, weighing just 219g (8oz) – the same as a hamster!

Developed from single-injection-moulded EVA/TRC polymer, these boots are built to last. Split- and crack-resistant and 100% waterproof, this material innovation outshines traditional rubber in every way.


They are uniquely comfortable, fully insulated, easy to pull on thanks to the incorporated hand grips, and feature a removable sock liner. Available in green, black, fuchsia, red or yellow, they cost £29.99.

The Leon Boot Co also offers the longer-length EXBL boot (£49.99). These multi-award-winning unisex black wellingtons are extremely lightweight and highly durable. Made from injection-moulded EVA polymer, the knee-high EXBL features a removable sock liner and is suitable for winter wear down to -30C.

The Montana Ladies’ Wellington Boots (£39.99) are available in navy and green. These stylish half-length boots weigh just 272g (10oz) and are designed for a narrower fit.


To find out more, visit www.lbcboots.comWe have three pairs of each style, worth a total of £359.91, to give away.

A cut above the rest

ARS is a professional Japanese pruning range renowned for its extremely high quality and innovation. The award-winning range includes handsaws, pole saws, secateurs, telescopic pruners, shears, loppers, and fruit and bonsai tools. High-carbon Japanese steel is used for all the cutting blades, and techniques such as impulse hardening increase blade life by up to three times.

The ARS-KR-1000L Lightweight Garden Shear (RRP £98.88) features quality blades and an extended handle, making it ideal for precision pruning, topiary and general hedge control. The ergonomic ARS-VA-8XZ Anvil Secateurs (£50.48) have fluorocarbon-coated blades and are weight-balanced for comfortable prolonged use.


Extending to a maximum of 3m (10ft), the ARS-160ZF-3.0-5 Telescopic Long-Reach Pruner (£108.61) is perfect for reaching awkward pruning jobs. The ARS-UVR-32PRO Professional Arborist Pruning Saw (£77.32) features a Turbocut tooth design for smoother cuts with less effort, while the ARS-LPB-30L Professional Bypass Lopper (Large £67.20) has improved shock absorbers to reduce the burden on your hands.

To find out more, go to www.sorbus-intl.co.ukWe have five prizes, one of each model, worth a total of £402.49, to give away.

One-stop tool shop

Draper Tools has been proudly supplying quality gardening tools since 1919, so whatever you’re growing, it’s got the tools to help.

Recent additions to the range include the EVA Foam Garden Kneeler (stock no. 19748, £21.58). This luxury kneeler is manufactured using a deep layer of shock-absorbing EVA foam, enclosed in a wipe-clean neoprene cover.

The new Bypass Pattern Secateurs (stock no. 94982, £25.13) have high-quality carbon steel blades with a non-stick coating for long-lasting performance and silky-smooth operation. The soft-grip handles ensure comfortable use.

The new Eight Pattern Spray Gun (stock no. 19722, £19.18) is a well-designed jet spray gun made from high-quality aluminium and featuring eight different spray settings.

The Heavy-Duty Fork, Trowel and Weeder Set (stock no. 27436, £29.98) is made from hardened, tempered and mirror-polished stainless steel, with comfortable soft-grip handles. Designed to be durable and long-lasting, they’re ideal for any keen gardener.

To find out more, go to www.drapertools.comWe have three sets of these four essentials, each worth a total of £95.87, to give away.

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