Because of their beauty and fragility, flowers have always been compared to love, life, and Millard Fillmore's presidency. Celebrate delicate metaphors with today's Groupon: for $46, you get a fall-planted bulb kit (a $79.99 value) with shipping included (a $5.95 value) from American Meadows (an $85.94 total value). Groupon holders can redeem their vouchers as soon as they are available, though shipments will occur in early October when ground temperatures are suitable for planting. The bulb kit includes:
- 25 ruby giant crocus bulbs
- 6 Easter joy hyacinth bulbs
- 8 spring is here tulip bulbs
- 10 Hollandia tulip bulbs
- 16 gigantic star daffodil bulbs
American Meadows' fall-planted bulb kit brims with five varieties of flowers that will bloom in the spring, creating about 6 to 10 square feet of floral fireworks. With today's Groupon, gardeners will receive their kit in autumn, at which point they can dig shallow holes to tuck bulbs beneath the earth. When winter passes and the weather warms, flowers will colorfully burst from their cocoons like clowns from a child's closet.
What started out as a humble operation in Vermont has become a leading online source for bulbs, perennials, and seeds of every ilk. American Meadows is a renowned resource for all things gardening and showcases more than 1,000 varieties of plantables from all over the world, such as Sarah Bernhardt peonies, red oxford Darwin tulip bulbs, and red poppy seeds. Though they stock a vast selection, each wildflower seed package is still hand-packed by their own staff. The staff serves as a knowledgeable resource in conjunction with their robust website, which offers tools and gifts for every shade of green thumb. For even more support, customers can call or chat online to discuss flowers and ask questions about their plants.
American Meadows cultivates a skilled crew in addition to a vast select of bulbs, perennials, and seeds. Four team members are alums of a 13-week master-gardener course, who now boast expertise about topics including landscape design, soil options, and controlling garden pests such as deer or hungry neighbors.