Green thumbs mean many things, including the fact that someone is an avid gardener, semisuccessful finger painter, or actually just a gecko in need of a lift to the next truck stop. Add some color to your opposable digits with this Groupon.
Choose Between Two Options
- $40 for a 5-gallon japanese maple tree (up to a $99 value)
- $19 for $40 worth of plants and greenery<p>
Feet crunch on gravel paths as patrons bend to examine the delicate leaves one of many perennials ($3.99+) that shine like stars in any landscape or poorly written romantic comedy. Or, add a splash of scent to the home with rose varieties including hybrid tea and floribunda ($19.99+). The nursery also carries up to 70 varieties of Japanese maples.
Thatcher Loen, president of the eponymous plant nursery, stocks an inventory of more than 50,000 flowers, shrubs, trees, and other vibrant, botanical life. Lush foliage explodes from every corner of the 3.5-acre nursery, home to more than 1,000 plant varieties in need of horticultural adoption. Row after row of plants ranges from rare and unusual to contemporary and traditional, a selection that includes annuals, perennials, vines, and organisms resembling flytraps fond of crooning Motown tunes. In addition to helping patrons navigate the nursery, helpful staff members can answer any lingering questions.
What some people are buzzing about:
85% of 1,045 customers recommend
“Knowledgeable sales folks and great healthy products.”
“Great selection. Well taken care of and very friendly people with pointers on taking care of plants. ”
“Friendly, helpful staff; good selection of healthy plants. It's an hour from where I live - but a beautiful drive. (A note about Groupons: I recommend people always...”
“Friendly, helpful staff; good selection of healthy plants. It's an hour from where I live - but a beautiful drive. (A note about Groupons: I recommend people always read the Groupon details! I had read prior reviews from people who were unaware that you would be charged full price when using Groupons so I wasn't surprised at the counter.)”