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What You'll Get
Green thumbs mean many things, including the fact that someone is an avid gardener, semi-successful 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.
$28 for a Potted Jasmine Plant Delivered to Your Home ($57.95 Value)
The jasmine plant (a $45 value), delivered in a shiny-red pot, produces fragrant white flowers if cared for properly. Jasmine doesn’t easily tolerate dry heat, dry soil, or temperatures higher than 65 degrees, so plant should be kept only in cool, bright rooms with indirect sunlight. It can be delivered to homes across the lower 48 states (a $12.95 included shipping fee).
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Jan 9, 2013. Amount paid never expires. Limit 5 per person. Valid online only. Shipping included; valid only within the lower 48 states. Shipping subject to weather conditions. Must provide mailing address at checkout. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About White Flower Farm
In the late 1930s, two journalists from New York traveled to Litchfield, Connecticut, in search of a quiet vacation home where they could both focus on their writing. After transforming a small barn into their living space, however, William Harris and Jane Grant found themselves distracted from work by the surrounding countryside's rich foliage. They soon decided to devote themselves to horticulture, first in their own garden and later in the nursery that would become White Flower Farm. The couple's inquisitive and intelligent approach to gardening led them to seek out and educate themselves on new plant species, original design ideas, and modernized practices. As the couple developed a strong, local following of passionate horticulturists, their nursery business thrived, passing into the hands of the current owner, Eliot Wadsworth, in 1976.
Although its current staff nears 100 people, White Flower Farm still strives to maintain a personal touch with thoughtful customer service and the use of hands-on growing techniques. Five hundred varieties of plants grow in its 32 greenhouses under horticulturalists' constant care, and plants are packed carefully before they're shipped year-round to gardens across the country.