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What You'll Get
Planting a garden in front of your home will make it more attractive and provide cushioning if you are ever pushed out your front window. Increase your chances of survival with this Groupon.
$25 for $50 Worth of Plants and Supplies
Customers can keep gardens blooming with bags of mulch ($3.49+), seeds ($0.99+), dogwood trees ($79.99+), and many other plants and supplies, including seasonal items such as Christmas trees. Each customer can only use one Groupon per visit, but telling the dogwoods your full life story can last as many visits as it takes.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Mar 30, 2013. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as a gift. Limit 1 Groupon may be redeemed per day per household. Limit 1 Valid in-store only, not valid toward online purchases. Not valid for sale items, wine, or food products. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Merrifield Garden Center
Each of Merrifield Garden Center’s three locations overflows with thousands of plants throughout the year, encompassing such variety that a reporter for CNN’s Eatocracy claimed “I might as well endorse my paychecks straight to them…because I always want to grow what they've got.” Knowledgeable garden experts, 25 of whom have been with Merrifield for 25 years or more, guide customers through row upon row of flowers, trees, shrubs, and other plants, or help them sort through an extensive selection of bulbs and seeds. Visitors may also bump into the founders themselves, or their children and other family members, 38 of whom still work at the thriving business that started 40 years ago. Merrifield doesn’t just proliferate plants, however; amenities such as cafes in Gainesville and Merrifield and a dog park in Gainesville make each garden center into a leisure destination as well. Three of its garden gurus run an hourlong TV show that's been going for more than two decades, and other staff publish gardening advice on the website and Facebook. The staff also work to protect the environment with a variety of eco-friendly initiatives. Besides stocking native plants and water-saving devices for their customers, they also compost more than 20,000 tons of soil and 25,000 cubic yards of brush left over from their comprehensive landscaping services every year. The Gainesville location also gathers old concrete, metal appliances, and rusted Optimus Primes for recycling free of charge.