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Archive date:  August 17, 2012

Sensational Late Summer

Anything (that) Grows; pick any two, get 50% off!

The early week tease of autumn is a welcome reminder of things to come. Soon the crisp air will be an every day event. I’m not looking to chase away summer just yet. Particularly since it has become so favorable of late. Lower temperatures and regular rainfall make great gardening companions. The amount of growth that continues to push on everything in the landscape is pretty remarkable. I hope you got your trimming done! Even if you didn’t trim; this is a great time to give your plants a final feeding before fall. This is the time to get plants that are a bit off-color back to vigor. By taking the initiative now, you will have plants that go through the winter looking their best. Whether you use the fertilizer you have on-hand, come out and pick some up, or purchase it elsewhere, you likely have plants that need your attention…now.

You likely have a couple of spots in the landscape that need a little something. Perhaps a tree here and a bamboo there, whatever the case may be, this is a perfect time to take care of those few details. We are offering through the close of business on Wednesday August 22, 2012 the chance to save big on a couple of plants. Big savings equate to 50% off on up to two plants; Anything (that) Grows!

You heard right, come on in and select ANY two plants; any growing thing and get 50% off. If you prefer, you can get those two botanical selections for half-price. This is our way of saying thanks for being a loyal BatesRewards member! We do appreciate the opportunity to serve your horticultural needs and help keep you the best-informed gardener on your block. So come on out and pick our brains and save big while doing so. Large or small, it doesn’t matter. Mix or match, that’s okay as well. Get what fills your needs.

Double Pink Knockout Roses in #3 container are on special for $9.99 (reg. $24.99; no limit; does not count against your two 50% off plants).

We’re still keeping the free bottled water on ice,

David Bates