Win a pair of Okatsune secateurs from Beechfield Bonsai

You could win a fantastic pair of Okatsune secateurs in our green-fingered giveaway!

A pair of red and white handled Okatsune japanese secateurs resting on white wooden boards, with colourful tulips next to them

In association with Beechfield Bonsai

Lots of us rediscovered our gardens last year, and some of you may have taken up gardening for the first time. Of course, you need a range of tools to keep your garden in tip-top condition or keep your veg patch under control, and a good pair of secateurs is a vital part of your gardening toolkit.

Whether you’re an experienced gardener, a keen flower arranger, a bonsai enthusiast or even just starting to potter in the garden, these Okatsune secateurs are the ideal tool to have at hand.

Okatsune are a premium quality brand of Japanese garden hand tools. These secateurs are excellent for use around the garden, and regularly get great reviews in Gardener’s World Magazine.

These secateurs are traditionally style bypass secateurs with Okatsune’s distinctive red and white handles. The razor-sharp blades are made of the best Izumo Yasugi steel, which was traditionally used for Samurai swords.

They are available in a range of sizes and cost around £43 for the 103 standard size. This is a great investment, as with a little maintenance you can expect Okatsune secateurs to last a lifetime!

A pair of red and white handled Okatsune japanese secateurs in their packaging, resting on white wooden boards

And you could win a pair of Okatsune secateurs thanks to Beechfield Bonsai!

Beechfield Bonsai are a premium bonsai retailer who stock everything the bonsai enthusiast could need. Whether you are a beginner or an experienced bonsai grower, you’ll find everything you need from tools, wires and soil mixes to pots and display stands.

At their Shropshire nursery, you can get expert advice on caring for your bonsai trees. You can also try out their wide selection of bonsai tools or buy from their range of bonsai trees to suit all budgets.

And now Beechfield Bonsai are offering one SallyAkins.com reader the opportunity to win a pair of Okatsune 103 secateurs. They’ll be a great addition to your own garden toolkit or a fantastic present for a keen gardener.

A pair of red and white handled Okatsune japanese secateurs resting on white wooden boards

For your chance to win, simply log into the Rafflecopter below and answer the easy question. There are also some bonus social media entries that you can use to boost your chances of winning.

The giveaway will close at 11.59PM on Friday 5th March 2021 and is open to UK entrants aged 18+ only.

And the question you need to answer to be in with a chance of winning this prize is:

What is your favourite garden plant or tree?

Good luck!

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419 thoughts on “Win a pair of Okatsune secateurs from Beechfield Bonsai

  1. Maggie Norvell says:

    I have a lovely white fuschia shrub that I grew from a cutting. Last year it was in flower from March until December. Lovely !

  2. Jill Osborne says:

    It has to be the cherry tree I planted 14 years ago when my dear dog died. It is in her favourite place in the garden and has grown really big now. The birds usually get the cherries before me, but I don’t mind.

  3. Hayley Atkins says:

    My favourite garden tree is Tetrapanex Rex.I am transforming my sunny but rather boring patio area into a tropical ‘jungle’ with lots of big leavy foliage plants and this ‘T Rex’ is the monster plant taking centre stage.

  4. Patricia Avery says:

    We have several red peonies from a cutting from my late Mum’s garden many years ago. It was one of her favourite plants and every time I look at them in bloom I think of my lovely Mum.

  5. Caroline Tinsley says:

    I have a pair of beautiful camellias, one pink and one red, which are just coming into flower now. I prune them in May, a job for some really sturdy secateurs!

  6. KRYSTAL Light CUNNINGHAM says:

    I ADORE Acer trees, the different colours they turn in the seasons and also Heucheras xx thanks for the chance xx

  7. susan middleton says:

    Tamarix tetrandra Light, feathery large plumes of pink flowers beautiful when a light breeze blows keep mine pruned prefer it as a small shrub a delight to have in the garden.

  8. Carol Thomas says:

    I love our cherry tree and flowers wise, then it will be tulips and daffodils. I can’t split between the two flowers for personal reasons

  9. Julia Linsley says:

    I’m addicted to Fuchsias ! So much so that I called my daughter Fuchsia. I love all the different varieties shapes and colour combinations

  10. Bridget Anderson says:

    The mock orange shrub in my garden. The twice a year blossom is so fragrant and really pretty. Also the shrub is tall and provides us with some privacy.

  11. Jane Willis says:

    Rudbeckia – as well as a beautiful colour in the summer, the seeds left behind after the flowers fade are much loved by goldfinches. We leave the dead stalks in place right through the winter and have dozens of goldfinches visiting every day, so the plants actually bring colour to the garden all year round!

  12. Nicola S says:

    I have a Cotinus that I love. I caught my puppy right after he dug it up and was racing around the garden with it in his mouth. I thought the worst had happened but I replanted it in a pot and it’s doing ok.

  13. Allan Mees says:

    We have a Giant Scabius which grows to about 3m high and is covered in large cream flower heads which are covered in bees and butterflies. After the flowers are gone the stems still provide a feature well into the autumn. Cut back to the ground it will recover and bloom again the following year. This was grown from a single seed head from a nearby wildflower haven.

  14. Jools K says:

    I love my Ficus Bonsai, but for a flowering plant I would choose Anemones. They are some of the first flowers to come through in the Spring, and this year they made it through the snow and frost, and appeared early!

  15. Frances Heaton says:

    Acer Palmatum – at certain times of the day, with the sun just touching the leaves, it turns a glistening, vibrant red, looking awesome!

  16. Rebecca Pick says:

    I love hydrangeas – I have 5 in my garden & they always remind me of a small village we visited in Northern France a few years ago. They were in nearly every front garden & were absolutely beautiful!

  17. Mari Sutherland says:

    My favourite is my old walnut tree. Every year it is very late to green up and I am always worried it has died but then it makes a late come back

  18. Katie Harmer says:

    I absolutely love Wisteria. I am really looking forward to spring to see their gorgeous blooms over some of the old and beautiful houses which share this lovely pocket of countryside with me.

  19. Susan Willshee says:

    We have a few acers in the garden and I love them because they are all so different but all have the same wonderful sense of style.

  20. Yvonne Stevens says:

    I love Acers they come in a variety of beautiful colours large or small ideal for any size garden or tub

  21. Lucy Wright-Booth says:

    I absolutely love daffodils – such a beautiful colour and they make me so happy that spring is on it’s way!

  22. Hazel Rea says:

    Our Hapil Strawberry plants in the garden are my favourite – they are such a delicious strawberry not available in shops because they do not travel well.

  23. Wendy Smith says:

    My favourite plant is Clematis, I love their diversity, there is one for every position, every season and a wide range of colours and flower size

  24. Susan B says:

    Oh, my. I adore trees so would find it almost impossible to choose one so will say all forms of flowering cherries.

  25. Eva Trelfa-Milek says:

    I have a collection of 250 dahlias that need digging up and stoing each autumn and a berautiful yellow magnolia that I adore.

  26. Victoria Prince says:

    I love snapdragons – my grandparents had them in their garden when they moved house. I was 6 and I was fascinated…I’ve loved them ever since

  27. Stev Rigby says:

    My favourite garden plant is the apple tree and we have a Millicent Barnes and Blenheim Orange in the garden.

  28. Jean Anderson says:

    I love primroses. They are very pretty and provide hope in spring. This year more than ever we need that hope!! Come on primroses we need you to flower!!

  29. Theresa M says:

    I love my Hazel Tree, but I also have two Eddoes that have sprouted … so hopefully this summer there will be a couple of new kids on the block fighting for the top spot in my heart :0)

  30. Susan Fraser says:

    I do love snowdrops – first flower of Spring, they look so delicate yet they are strong enough to cope with really cold weather

  31. Charlotte Wilde says:

    I love my agapanthas – i love the blue ones for their colour and all of htem for their lovley seed heads

  32. Bev Cannar says:

    My crab apple tree , it’s all year round enjoyment and when the field fares come to take the berries it’s awesome

  33. Christine Hobbs says:

    So many its hard to choose, but I love the sunflower for its vibrancy presence and ability to attract the bees.

  34. Karen R says:

    I love Weeping Willows – as a child I thought they’d be perfect to hide in – and there’s still something magical about them xx

  35. Georgie Wright says:

    Dogwood, they bring height and colour to our garden all year round and we have bird feeders hung in ours and they seem to love them!

  36. Leah Tonna says:

    My Oleanders, hubby comes from Malta where they grow like weeds. We’re lucky they survive on our South facing patio in Sussex, but they do need careful pruning to keep them blossoming & looking beautiful.

  37. Rebecca says:

    i love my lavender plants – love watching the bees drawn to them. Also my rosemary bush – the bees love that when it is in flower too.

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