Lazy S'S Farm is having their first ever sale

kimka(Zone 6B)June 9, 2010

Lazy S'S Farm is a small but fabulous mail order nursery in Virginia that has the most amazing unusual plants. They have always been a bit pricey (but reasonable for the stuff they have that almost no one else has).

Well they are having their first ever sale. If you order exactly 16 plants (or a multiple of 16), what fits in their shipping cube, you can get 30 percent off.

What an excuse to get those "gee just too expensive" specimen plants.

I'm only posting this now that I've got my order in because the sale ends when their inventory gets back to normal levels. The inventory got out of hand during Snow-Magendon, when they had nothing to do but pot up plants.

I just went through looking for full shade shade plants that I dont have, so four or five years from I should have some neat stuff for the swaps.

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So Kim where on the site do they list the details of the sale? I looked at the site and maybe haven't looked in the right spot to see where they talk about it.

    Bookmark   June 11, 2010 at 3:07PM
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kimka(Zone 6B)

When your order is exactly 16 plants, the sale price kicks in. If you want to see it work, put 15 plants in your shopping cart and then check the subtotal. Add the 16th and recheck your total and see the reduction.

    Bookmark   June 11, 2010 at 8:56PM
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lynnt(Z7 MD)

Anyone want to split an order with me? I'd be happy with 8 new plants. Contact me offline at ltitle2003 at yahoo dot com -- I'll be putting my plants list together -- and you'll probably go home with a dozen more plants from MY garden when you come to pick up your order!

    Bookmark   June 15, 2010 at 11:33AM
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