- 1. Add the product to the cart and click on top cart icon to checkout.
- 2. Carefully enter your coupon code in "Use Coupon Code" input field and then click "apply coupon" button.
- 3. Proceed to checkout by clicking "Checkout" button.
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Follow these simple steps to redeem your Groupon voucher code:
- Select the product you purchased on groupon and place it in the shopping cart. Click on the shopping cart icon (top right of your screen) and proceed to checkout. You can only redeem one voucher per order.
- At the top of the shopping cart page enter your Groupon redemption code one digit at a time (do not copy and paste) in the “Enter Coupon Here:” box. Once complete, click on the Apply Coupon button. Don't know what your redemption code is? Customers can find their Groupon redemption codes by logging into groupon.com, going to “mygroupon” and viewing or printing the corresponding voucher.
- Scroll to the bottom of shopping cart page and click "checkout" to proceed to checkout page.
- Fill out all information on checkout page and click "confirm order" button to complete redemption. That's it! After completion you will recieve a confirmation e-mail within a few minutes.
With a trowel, dig the planting holes and set the roots in them. Hold the buds (the pointed growing tips) 1 inch below the surface of the soil. then push soil back into the holes to cover the roots, firm the soil, and water thoroughly.
Luxurious perennial plants that are shade tolerant, low maintenance and beautiful. These hardy, versatile plants fill even your toughest spots and corners with texture and color. Rich green foliage, heart shaped to nearly round these plants spread anywhere between 20-36". A pleasing diversity of textures and colors. The hosta are mildly fragrant purple or white blooms appear atop tall stems, lasting two weeks in midsummer. Hostsas ship as a bare root.
- Full shade to partial shade
- Bloom mid to late summer
- Grow 20-36" width
- Perfect for zones 3-8
- Require well drained soil area