Tuesday, May 24, 2016

Ecoscraps Giveaway

The following was written by Brittanie Pyper, Blogger/Marketing Coordinator Simplistically Living 

Summer is almost upon us and that means we are all getting our yards ready for entertaining! When it comes to your yard, don't you want what is best for it? I know I do! That is why I look for ways I can be eco-friendly while still giving my yard the TLC it really needs. For me, I do that by using Ecoscraps.


Ecoscraps compost is a mixture of decomposed organic materials like food waste, branches, leaves and grass clippings. It is used in garden soil to promote healthy, sustained plant growth. What makes Ecoscraps Organic Compost so awesome is the added benefit of food waste. Each bag of Ecoscraps Compost contains up to 50 lbs. of recycled food waste. Food waste that would normally be sent to landfills but instead is reused to fortify your soil! Ecoscraps Compost is an all-natural organic soil amendment that contains no poop or synthetic chemicals. Benefits of Using Ecoscraps in Your Garden Include:
  • Increases organic material
  • Improves soil structure
  • Moisture retaining
In addition to using it in your garden, you can use Ecoscraps in planters too! Brittanie from Simplistically Living recently made these Color Block Wooden Planters and used Ecoscraps in them. Aren't they so cool?

You can head to Walmart to find Ecoscraps and get your garden looking and feeling great.

Let's Have Some Fun - A Giveaway!

Ecoscraps knows you will love their products so they are giving one lucky winner a $100 Walmart Gift Card to help get the yard of their dreams started! Entering is simple. Use the Rafflecopter widget below. Giveaway ends 6/6/16. Giveaway open to US Residents only.

Disclosure: This blog is not responsible for prize fulfillment or shipment. The Minister's Wife was not compensated to participate in this giveaway. Not responsible for lost or misdirected emails or mail. 


  1. My dream garden looks like an abundance of vegetables, fruits and herbs!

  2. My dream garden would be green and big...instead of brown and wilted. ;)

  3. My dream garden has tomatoes that are big and juicy. I would love to have strawberries.

  4. An English garden & rows & rows of fruits & veggies. This is a dream alright

  5. An English garden & rows & rows of fruits & veggies. This is a dream alright