Homestead Gardens customers have been racking up the savings since April and now it’s time to cash in their Myrtle Money!
Despite the name, Homestead Gardens’ annual Crapemyrtle Festival isn’t just about Crapemyrtles. Sure, NOW is the time for planting these gorgeous flowering trees, and sure, Homestead’s nursery yards will be filled to the brim with over 40 varieties in all colors, shapes and sizes, but when it all comes down to it, this event is about providing loyal customers with an exciting weekend with live musicians, food trucks and SAVINGS!
Customers have been earning Myrtle Money with every purchase since April and now they have 4 days to redeem it! Bring your Myrtle Money into either store Thursday July 18th thru Monday July 21st to save up to 50% on thousands of items throughout their stores!
Have you been eyeing that sleek patio set or been wanting to give your garden a facelift with hot flowering perennials? NOW is the time! Every department in store offers a wide selection of high-quality merchandise. Find something to complement your unique outdoor living style and garden needs at Homestead Gardens.
While here, enjoy a fun, family friendly atmosphere with live music, and delicious food provided by local area food trucks! Detailed event information can be found on Homestead’s website at HomesteadGardens.com/crapemyrtle.
Continue to rack up the savings potential and earn $1 of Myrtle Money with every $10 spent in store through July 17th. PLUS keep an eye out for opportunities to earn DOUBLE in the weeks leading up to the event. Visit HomesteadGardens.com/myrtle-money for more information about Myrtle Money redemption – some exclusions do apply.
Homestead Gardens is the largest enclosed garden center in the Baltimore and Washington, D.C. metropolitan areas, with locations in Davidsonville, Md., and Severna Park, Md. Founded in 1973 by the late Don E. Riddle, Jr., the retailer features a vast selection of annuals, perennials, trees and shrubs, water gardens, casual furniture, and lawn and garden accessories, as well as landscape design services.