Rainbow Gardens and Garden-Ville Fall Planting Give-away!

A fall sale is the perfect thing to help you understand that in San Antonio, fall is the absolute best time to plant trees, shrubs, and woody perennials. With this in mind, and to spread the word, Rainbow Gardens and Garden-Ville have partnered up to bring you a special deal on select Garden-Ville mulches, a chance to win our amazing in-store give away and other fun gardening goodies, and invaluable timely advice from our expert speakers at our seminars.

Fall planting brochure with candlestick plant

September 28th, 29th, 30th only, and exclusively at both of our Rainbow Gardens locations, Garden-Ville Hardwood Mulch will be priced at 4 bags for $10 (limit 12 bags per customer visit), and Garden-Ville Living Mulch will be priced at 3 bags for $10. This is a great deal to take part in, as both hardwood mulch and living mulch are essential to proper planting methods for fall. This special offer only runs for these 3 days (9/28, 9/29/ 9/30) and only at our Rainbow Gardens locations. This offer cannot be combined with other coupons, ex: SAWS coupons or rewards.

fall planting mulch sale flyer for garden-villeSale valid ONLY 9/28, 9/29/ 9/30…NO Exceptions!

Garden-Ville is an organic specialist and has been around since 1957. They commit to high-quality, natural gardening products and their passion is in restoring the environment through recycling and diverting organic materials from our landfills and into usable, sustainable, premium soils, mulches, and compost. Tap the link to learn more about Garden-Ville and you’ll see why Rainbow Gardens proudly partnered up with them for our upcoming Fall Planting Give-away.

Garden-Ville logo for fall planting give away mulch sale

On September 29th, beginning at 10:30AM we will be raffling off a fantastic Fall Planting Give-away. During our seminars, one lucky customer at each of our locations will win a 15-gallon tree (either a Red Oak or Monterrey Oak) and 1 bag of Garden-Ville Living Mulch courtesy of Garden-Ville, plus Rainbow Garden’s Agriform slow-release fertilizer tablets, and our Rainbow Gardens Tree and Shrub Planting Guide. You must be present at the seminar to enter raffle and claim prize.

 

Fall planting promo featuring David Rodriguez and Bill Rohde at Rainbow Gardens Garden-ville give away

We have some top-notch seminars scheduled for September 29th, and our experts will offer you invaluable advice for how to get the most out of your fall plantings. Fall planting is truly the best time of year to plant in San Antonio, so make sure to attend one of our seminars and be armed with essential advice for a successful fall season.

Fall Planting with David Rodriguez at Rainbow Gardens

On September 29th, beginning at 10:30AM, our Bandera location will be hosting David Rodriguez, Horticulturist for Texas A&M Agrilife Extension Service of Bexar County and Bill Rohde from WOAI’s Lawn and Garden Show. David will be delving into fall lawn care, tips for fall vegetables, and planting care for trees and shrubs. As always, David and Bill welcome any and all of your questions. For continuous advice, you can always catch David Rodriguez on the WOAI Lawn and Garden Show with Bill Rohde on Saturday mornings.Remember, you must be present at the seminar to enter our Rainbow Gardens/Garden-Ville Fall Planting Give-away and claim your potential prize.

Fall planting uprroted Garden flyer for Rainbow Gardens

Also on September 29th, at 2PM, our Thousand Oaks location will be hosting Uprooted Gardens to help you get started on your fall planting…container style! Uprooted Gardens are the experts on raised beds and container gardening. They can show you how even with minimal space, you can grow practically anything edible that you’d like, and there are lots of choices for fall planting. Uprooted Gardens installs and maintains gardens for many restaurants and hotels around the city. They also offer home garden installs, and garden maintenance services.

fall planting uprooted gardens garden example

Don’t miss out on these great opportunities to learn all you can about our favorite planting season yet. It’s fall, y’all!

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