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What You'll Get
Without trees to generate oxygen, humans would have to retrieve it from scuba tanks and the minty breath of local supermen. Keep the air alive with today's Groupon: for $20, you get $40 worth of plants, garden supplies, and more at Gardner's Landscape Nursery in Chester Springs.
Gardner's Landscape Nursery helps beautify gardens of all shapes and sizes with a selection of 100,000 plants, as well as outdoor décor and garden supplies. Celebrate the changing of the seasons and give brainless horsemen plenty of topper options with a plethora of pumpkins ($0.32/lb.). Mums ($2.99+) join a large selection of perennials ($5.99+) including hibiscus, coreopsis, helleborus, and e pluribus unum to adorn gardens and pots with vibrant, fragrant flowers. For the foresighted fan of post-fall fun, the nursery also stocks poinsettias ($3.99+) to help infuse homes with holiday flair.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Feb 6, 2012. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per household. In-store only. Not valid for sale items, gift certificates or special orders. Not valid for installation. Extra fee for delivery. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Gardner's Landscape Nursery
Robert Gardner grew up in the world of gardening. At the age of 13, he started helping work the fields and sell plants at his family's nursery, becoming the fourth generation of his family to go into the business. Decades later—now at the helm of the family business—Mr. Gardner purchased a property in Chester Springs and created Gardner's Landscape Nursery. Here, he oversees the growing of 100,000 annuals and perennials each year and the stock of home decor and patio furniture that is made in America.
Mr. Gardner and his staff also help patrons design custom outdoor environments, selecting plants, trees, and shrubs that beam with fall colors or thrive in specific conditions. Alternatively, patrons can explore on their own, browsing a glass house with plants and flowers or a 19th-century barn, which houses outdoor furnishings and the ghosts of garden gnomes.