What You'll Get
In addition to producing oxygen and cheering up broken-legged bikers, flowers also give 8-bit plumbers the ability to hurl fireballs at bipedal mushrooms. Achieve true flower power with today's Groupon: for $25, you get $50 worth of plants, flowers, and gardening supplies at Laurel Hill Gardens in Chestnut Hill. Laurel Hill Gardens is closed on Mondays.
Laurel Hill Gardens helps green thumbs and greensleeves alike welcome the season of rebirth and taxes with an array of flora and gardening supplies. Transform your front yard into a parade of petals with spring annuals such as pansies and primroses, as well as flowering bulbs such as tulips and daffodils ($3.99+). You can also get a head start on the harvest with lettuce ($3.99), populate your kitchen with culinary herbs ($3.99), or accent your backyard with a colorful Japanese maple tree ($95+). Laurel Hill Gardens sells pottery, garden statuary, and window boxes for all budgets, along with birdhouses, bird feeders, and bird youth hostels ($19.99+). Green gossip hounds looking to dig up dirt, meanwhile, can find organic seeds ($2.99) for veggies, herbs, and flowers and a full line of organic gardening supplies.
Laurel Hill Gardens has been equipping Philadelphians with Edenic environments since 1981. Several horticulturists on staff are ready to offer tips and tutorials to customers seeking to achieve nursery nirvana. Their guidance will prevent newbies from making common first-time gardening errors such as overwatering, turning their backs on triffids, and accidentally planting toddlers dressed as flowers for Halloween. Visit Laurel Hill Gardens with today's Groupon and start putting together your personal plant-packed paradise.
- In keeping with its urban location and city gardeners’ space considerations, Laurel Hill Gardens stocks rare varieties that interact with existing landscapes without dominating the space: dwarf Hinoki cypresses, dwarf nandina and coral-bark maples. For city dwellers who crave at least the appearance of privacy, there’s clumping bamboo that adds texture and height—and creates a screen from neighbors’ adjoining terraces. – Laura Kuhn, Philadelphia
- Step through the gate of Laurel Hill Gardens...and what will you see? Of course there will be well-kept, gorgeous plants, but depending on the day, you might also see people taking seasonal workshops, listening to live bands, picking up free compost, or gathering with others for a group meeting. Even during the fall, Laurel Hill provides garden inspiration. – Aimee Theriault, Hill on the Avenue
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Oct 1, 2010. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, 1 per visit. May purchase multiple as gifts. Must be used in single visit. No cash back. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.