Fun in the Sun Savings at The Green Goddess!

Fun in the Sun Savings at The Green Goddess!

TAKE A SELFIE CONTEST IS BACK!

Who doesn’t love WINNING A FREE GIFT?

Now is your chance to win a Green Goddess gift certificate.
Come visit the Green Goddess and take a picture with our Fourth of July Gnome, post it to social media with #ggnome! Content ends July 4th!

10% OFF CACTI AND SUCCULENTS

Do you have full sun and want to conserve water? Then succulents are your best friend! We are fully stocked on beautiful succulents, big and small.

Come visit The Green Goddess and check out our assortment of cacti and succulents in all sizes. Get them at 10% off this month!

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FATHER’S DAY IS AROUND THE CORNER!

If your dad also loves to dig his hands into the dirt and spend hours creating the perfect garden, he’d surely love a gardening gift for this special day. 
Our nursery is full of nice presents for dads. Come and visit us here at The Green Goddess!

Celebrate your 4th of July or Father’s Day with a 20% savings on your favorite plant! Don’t miss it!

FUN SUMMER PROJECT
DRIP PAINT YOUR PLANT POTS

Bring a fresh new look to any outdoor space by sprucing up all those plain plant pots that are just lying around. 

What you will need:

1. Dropcloth
2. Craft Pain
3. Assorted Pots

Step 1: Gather Your Supplies
You will want to be sure to use a drop cloth of some sort to catch the excess paint. 
Step 2: Spill
You can spill the paint from top to bottom or, as in this case, turn your pot upside down and spill from bottom to top. 
Step 3: Go With the Flow
Liberally spill your paint down the sides of your pot. Start with large globs at the rim and let the paint run down the sides organically. The drips should not look forced or intentional. 
Step 4: Layer on Color
Add a second color directly on top of the first glob. This will add weight to the paint and help it drip even more. Continue this with your colors all around the pot. 
Step 5: Dry and Display
Allow your paint to dry completely. Add a plant and create a clever display. 
If you have small children, let them do the spilling for you. That would be double the fun!



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