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August 23, 2012
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What You'll Get
A Christmas tree provides more than shelter for gifts—it's a convenient hanger for light strings and a shady respite from its own harsh glow. Get your own bulb base with today's Groupon: for $20, you get $40 toward a fresh-cut Christmas tree at Silver Sage Garden Centers in Littleton. Offering garden services year-round, the garden center welcomes tree-seekers during the holidays with complimentary treats and cider. Silver Sage's ornament-wearers were born from the Frasier family, and Groupon users can select trees between 6 and 10 feet tall ($60 and up). The garden center's staff will do all the cutting and pruning on-site instead of driving home with you and doing the work in your driveway or cutting shack. Stop by on a weekday to ensure the largest selection and the sparsest crowds.
Four Google Mappers give Silver Sage Garden Centers a perfect average of five stars:
- Their friendly staff were very knowledgable [sic] and helpful. They helped us pick out the perfect trees and shrubs for our home. I was really impressed with how they worked with me and I never felt like they were trying to sell me something. – Eric
- They have the very best selection in town and prices are competitive. We were very pleased with their installation crew as well as they were very professional and accommodating. As the "Terminator" said "We'll be back"! – Google Maps reviewer on October 22, 2009
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Dec 23, 2010. Amount paid never expires. Limit 3 per person, may buy multiple as gifts. Limit 1 per visit. Valid only for 6'-10' Frasier Fir Christmas trees. Closed Mon-Tues. Must use in 1 visit, no cash back. Not valid with other offers. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Silver Sage Garden Centers
The gardeners at Silver Sage Garden Centers tend to a 10-acre jungle of trees, shrubs, and seasonal flora, from spring perennials to Christmas trees. They carefully curate greenery handpicked to thrive in Colorado's sometimes harsh weather conditions. Hardy Prospector elm and bur oak shade trees, for instance, dip their roots into most any type of soil and weather winters with the stoicism of lobotomized statues.
Beyond the nursery, the green-thumbed staff cultivates flourishing flora in the yards of customers in the Denver area, planting about 1,000 trees each year. After securing plants in the soil, staffers dispatch essential advice on how to help the tree take root and thrive in its new habitat. They dispatch the same careful advice to all shoppers, whether they're seeking shrubs to border their yards or peonies and poppies to add color to berms. To entice customers to spend more time admiring their huge menagerie of blooms and foliage, they serve free cookies and cider, plus dishes of water for family chia pets.