The ground is filled with more than semi-cursed treasure chests and fully candied dinosaur bones. Let nature's soil-sitters watch over your subterranean cache with today's Groupon: for $15, you get $30 worth of home gardening supplies at Molbak's in Woodinville.
Molbak's hooks casual gardeners up with a wide selection of flowers and the means to manipulate them. The spacious facility shelters rows of plant life—with new batches brought in daily from Molbak's 40-acre farm 3 miles up the road—then keeps them healthy with a clear glass roof that lets them bask in the sun's lustful stares. As the floral selection evolves throughout the seasons, you'll be able to spice up your lawn's stale sensory gumbo with a variety of annuals, perennials, trees, edibles, and houseplants. Flowers start at $9.99 and go as high as $119.99, and Molbak's growers will do their best to meet specific requests if you absolutely have to have that special flower to get past the Goombas surrounding your house. Deck horticultural halls with Molbak's myriad holiday plants and accessories. More than 35 varieties of poinsettias are available to lend a blushing brilliance to homes and haystack houses, while the nursery's 14-foot-tall poinsettia Christmas tree elicits tears of jealousy from mere evergreens. Other holiday goodies available for purchase and perusal include ornaments, tree trim, wreaths, and lights.
Molbak's also gives gardeners the tools necessary to complete any garden project, from basics such as heavy-duty gloves to unique selections such as tiny insectoid garden defenders. Ornithological onlookers can stockpile bird feeders and specialty seeds in order to attract winged creatures to their windows and yards that are not bats, moths, nor stray angels. And to help amateur agronomists get started, the nursery's horticultural experts will diagnose the debilitation of frail flora and create custom designs that transform bare planters into a kaleidoscopic suit of seedlings.
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- No matter what season it is they have a hugh [sic] selection of plants but Christmas is the season to go… – Sophia M., Insider Pages
- They've got anything and everything you're looking for, indoors or out, and the greenhouse is even a nice place to go during the rainy Seattle winters to pretend you're in warmer climes. – Leslie L., Insider Pages