Armstrong Garden Centers’ Flowers Can Make You Happy!

Why stop at Valentine’s Day to make your heart and others’ hearts happy throughout the month of February? Many people assume that February 14th is the one and only day of the month that they can give out gifts to their loved ones. However, why not change that misconception and instead make friends and family happy all month long?

person holding bouquet of flower

February is known as National Heart Month and is dedicated to raising awareness about how to live a better and healthier life. Yes, it is important to exercise, eat vegetables, drink water and get plenty of sleep. But the first and most important step to living a better and healthier lifestyle is by simply being happy. There are lot of different ways to make people happy. One of the best ways is to go out and get a meaningful gift for your loved one.

Wondering what the perfect gift for your loved ones should be? Well, you can never go wrong with some roses! Flowers are great for both men and women as they are a way of expressing love and emotion, and a great way to make someone’s day.

Stop by Armstrong Garden Centers on Saturday, February 29th as they are commemorating 130 years of serving California in the nursery business and will be giving away free rose plants at all store locations starting at 8:00 a.m. Armstrong Garden Centers is celebrating this milestone by offering customers the following:

  • Free rose plant in a pulp pot (Regular price $26.99 and one per household while supplies last)
  • One-day 130th Anniversary sale (20% off all regular priced items excluding previous purchases, sale items, artificial turf, sod, special orders, gift cards and landscape services)
  • Free landscape design drawing (one winner per store and must register at store location in order to win)
  • Free cupcake treats at 1:30 p.m.

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By Karissa Duran

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