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What You'll Get
Gardening requires extraordinary dedication, a willingness to get your hands dirty, and the ability to peacefully negotiate disputes with territorial lawn goblins. Craft a gorgeous garden with today’s Groupon: for $10, you get $30 worth of plants and flowers at Foertmeyer & Sons Greenhouse Co. in Delaware.
Staffed by a team of erudite horticulturalists, Foertmeyer & Sons Greenhouse Co. provides gardening enthusiasts with a plenitude of expert advice and homegrown yard-enhancing plants. Elevate beautiful blooms to a lofty place with the help of hanging baskets ($12.99–$39.99), or plant sundry vegetables in patches to guard the house from junk food ($1.99–$4.99). Customers can celebrate equatorial verdure with Foertmeyer & Sons’ lineup of tropical plants, including hibiscus, banana trees, and a fern pruned into a map of the Caribbean ($4.99–$29.99). Plain plots are transformed into sumptuous petaled oases when festooned with an array of annual flowers ($3.99–$12.99) and their perennial floral compatriots ($5.99–$14.99), and shrubs keep lawns attractively populated and give dirt bikes something nonhazardous to ramp over ($14.99–$49.99). Foertmeyer & Sons Greenhouse Co. invariably offers a garden-glamorizing variety of greenery, but the best selection of inventory can be found from May 1 through June 1.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Sep 27, 2011. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy multiple as gifts. Limit 1 per visit. Must use in 1 visit, no cash back. Not valid with other offers. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Foertmeyer & Sons Greenhouse Co.
The horticulturists at Foertmeyer & Sons Greenhouse Co. tap into experience accrued during more than two decades in business to equip customers with homegrown plants and flowers and helpful gardening advice. Operated by two generations of the Foertmeyer family, the greenhouse nurtures flowering plants culled from all corners of the world. Inside, hanging baskets dip pendulously from the ceiling, spilling forth green fronds, and planters contain budding flora in a kaleidoscope of colors and textures.