Don't let last year's nevergreen tree cast a spindly, bare-branched shadow on this year's holiday festivities. Deck your halls, windows, oven racks, and pickup grills with today's Groupon to Garden Heights Nursery. You get $40 worth of evergreen wreaths, majestic holiday trees, pretty poinsettias, and holiday gifts for $20. Put your Groupon toward the quality Fraser Fir ($45-$200) to impress your guests or stock up on bountiful bunches of greens ($7) and place candles ($4-$12) dangerously near your effervescent pine. This Groupon expires on December 23, so either get a move on your holiday cheer or stock up on gardening supplies for the new year.
Chopping down your own Christmas tree can result in splintered stumps and crushed femurs, but the friendly folks at Garden Heights make it easy to pick out and take home the perfect isosceles or imperfect scalene triangle of pinedream. If circles are more your beat, pick up one of Garden Heights Nursery's expertly formed wreaths ($14-$85) to hang on your door, decorate your doorman, or frame a pile of pears in the center of your holiday table for an effortless centerpiece. Poinsettias ($5-$29) provide a brilliant pop of red amidst the lush greens atop your mantel, and make beautiful, low-maintenance gifts for your humbuggy historian or festive financial advisor.
Pick up a bulb kit gift set ($15-$22) to bring a bit of color into your sister's dreary, gardenless apartment, or use your Groupon to make your own gift set of seeds and garden tools stuffed in a decorative glazed pot for your newly retired mom. Garden Heights Nursery is also packed full of holiday gifts that aren't just for gardeners. The passionate gardeners and staff at the nursery will happily answer all your questions about tending your plants, candles, and pine cones.
Though most Garden Heights customers prefer wandering the lush plants and flowers to trolling the interwebs, a lone InsiderPages user gives it four stars:
- It really feels like a garden at this nursery. Everything isn't just placed into neat little cubicles but is mixed in combinations just like real gardens are. You get ideas of what goes together just wandering around. Every time I go, someone offers to help - with a smile - within a few minutes of wandering. And then they leave me alone unless I ask. Usually some good deals here too. – Erin T.
Tips for Keeping Christmas Trees Alive
Garden Heights Nursery gives you an unbeatable guarantee: that your Christmas tree will not die. Here's how you can give your Christmas tree the unnaturally long life it deserves:
- Don't pot it in soil. Instead, place your tree in a pot filled with life-giving marmosets.
- Make your tree feel like part of the family by decorating it with people clothes.
- If your tree develops a thirst for blood, keep the family's pets locked up.
- Be seen around town with a younger, sexier Christmas tree. Your tree will get the message.
- Hold a séance to summon the spirit of former President Andrew Jackson. Then, trap his soul inside your tree, imbuing it with his eternal life force.
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