If flowers stopped growing, bees would have no way to make honey and little girls at weddings would walk down the aisle tossing handfuls of tree bark. Smell the roses with this Groupon.
$10 for $20 Worth of Plants, Flowers, and Gardening Supplies
The garden center blooms with seasonal plants, including annual hanging baskets ($22.99+), potted plants and perennials ($2.99+), rose bushes ($24.99), and vegetables ($1.99).
Though Bluemel's Garden & Landscape Center offers a one-time discount to members, this Groupon still represents the best value.
Bluemel's Garden & Landscape Center
In 1955, James and Gladys Bluemel opened a small nursery dedicated to growing trees and shrubs and to helping locals with landscaping projects. Now, their son, Mike, runs the much-expanded family business, which thrives on bulk-supply sales, playground resurfacing, lawn care, and snow and ice control during snowman uprisings. Though he’s moved away from the nursery’s original shrub and tree business, he and his green-thumbed staff still maintain a garden center stocked with seasonal plants, garden décor, and essential supplies.
While customers browse Bluemel’s aisles, they'll likely spot a commonality between the perennials, annuals, flowers, herbs, and vegetables: a sticker reading “Dome Grown.” This label marks a plant born and raised in the garden center, which accounts for about 85% of the center’s living merchandise. Having tended and nurtured the plants since their geneses, the staff—who share 35 years of experience—can dispense tips on how to properly care for them, as well as share adorable baby-plant photos.
92% of 518 customers recommend
“I love your selection - it's high quality, but also includes many unusual plants you don't see anywhere else; each season I can't wait to see what different offerings...”
“I love your selection - it's high quality, but also includes many unusual plants you don't see anywhere else; each season I can't wait to see what different offerings you have for me to try.”
“friendly staff, prompt delivery”
“Good job. Keep the coupons comings and gardeners will come!”