Sep 14, 2021
Deadline Extended for NGB’s #YearoftheSunflower Video Contest

National Garden Bureau has extended the deadline for submissions for its #YearoftheSunflower video contest.

The new deadline for submissions is now Sept. 17, 2021.

The contest is designed to inspire creative videos from anyone and everyone in the horticulture industry who loves sunflowers.

This year’s video contest is looking for industry experts to give their take on innovative ways to show off sunflowers. From a sea of sunflowers in the field, stunning retail displays, unique container combinations or showcased in the landscape, we want to see how industry members are highlighting this versatile flower.

There are six different ways to enter, including five social media platforms where all you need to do is use the hashtag#YearOfTheSunflower. You can also send your video via email to [email protected].

Submissions should be 30-60 second in length. The videos may be skits, animation, testimonials or other types of videos, as long as they feature and promote sunflowers. Visit https://ngb.org/sunflower-video-contest/ for complete details.

The top video finalists chosen by a selection committee of National Garden Bureau members will be eligible for a $250 grand prize and two honorable mentions of $100 each.

Submissions for the video contest run from July 1 to Sept. 17, 2021. The official winners will be announced on Oct. 10, 2021.

At the conclusion of the contest, all the finalists’ videos will be posted at ngb.org/year-of-the-sunflower and on the National Garden Bureau social channels.

The videos will be used as a part of the #YearOfTheSunflower campaign, which is designed to share the love of gardening by highlighting popular, easy-to-grow, widely adaptable and versatile plants.

Any breeders and sellers who are interested in sunflowers can share and use these videos. If used, please tag National Garden Bureau and use the hashtag #YearOfTheSunflower.




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