$49 for $100 Worth of Hydroponic Gardening Supplies or $89 for a Hydroponic Starter Kit ($183.58 Value) at City Hydroponic

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In a Nutshell

  • Starter kit for indoor gardening
  • Supplies for indoor needs
  • Seeds, soil, frames & fertilizer
  • Free hydroponics classes

The Fine Print

Expires Apr 25th, 2012. Limit 1 per person, may buy 5 additional as gifts. Limit 1 per visit. Valid only for option purchased. Hydroponic option subject to availability. In-store only. Tax included. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

Indoor gardens are handy for folks who live where the sun doesn't shine, especially in places such as apartments, houseboats, or the inside of an umbrella fort. Make a green movement toward growth with today's Groupon to City Hydroponic, with locations in Greenpoint and Mott Haven. Choose between the following two options:

  • For $49, you get $100 worth of in-store purchases.
  • For $89, you get a hydroponic starter kit (a $183.58 value including tax).

City Hydroponic's amenable staff packs the shelves with a comprehensive stock of gardening supplies primed to increase fresh-produce access across NYC. For water farmers seeking to expand and refine their verdant craft, City Hydroponic carries a battery of tools and supplies to aid in its customers' quests. Organic Burpee seeds carry future sunflowers, tomatoes, green beans and more ($2.49/pack), the majority of which can be swiftly nourished by Earth Juice Grow & Bloom ($14.95) and planted in Ocean Forest soil ($21.95/bag).

The hydroponic starter kit constructively fuels each nascent urban hydrogardener's fervor for sustainable, indoor-plant parenthood. Four packets of Burpee seeds (a $9.96 value) come ready to rip open and shower into a 36-pallet seed starting tray (an $8.95 value), which basks under the warm, chlorophyll-stimulating glow of a Fluorowing light (a $59.95 value). Plants remain situated in the clay rock- and nutrient-laden Emily Garden (an $89.95 value), flourishing and flaunting their verdure to indoor house cats and house humans. To aid indoor gardeners along the way, City Hydroponic offers free classes tailored to work in tandem with both the starter kit and the shop's inventory. Each location hosts a four-week run of different lessons and discussions; call in advance for the latest schedule or to hear the cleanest knock-knock joke ever written about photosynthesis.