Patio Blueberries 15x15 Terra Cotta color (Set of 3) COUPON CODE# 15TCRTU
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Our Patio Blueberries in 15x15 Terra Cotta patio planters are available in Central Oregon for 3/$95, but do use our hefty 2019 "EARLY BIRD" Coupon Code at checkout for $15 off!!! Our plants are available already planted and ready to use (RTU) in Patio Planters. These Patio Planters are already fertilized organically for this season, and the price even includes FREE organic fertilizer w/ instructions for your next season! The 15x15 American made quality plastic planters with 4 corner feet are designed for good air-water exchange and excellent drainage. DELIVERY IS FREE within most of the Central Oregon area. SO DON'T FORGET TO USE OUR CURRENT $15 OFF COUPON CODE!
- Terra Cotta Planter
--FRESH ORGANIC BERRIES are a real option here, as our organic patio planter system is ideal for your continued organic growing on your deck, porch or patio. FREE in April to our most recent Central Oregon customers who contact us JAN-FEB of the year following their order delivery, is our special organic slow-release Patio Blueberry fertilizer. This organic fertilizer will keep your plants going strong for your second season!!!
--No sprays are generally required on our Patio Blueberries in High Desert climates! (Don't Forget To Use Our Current $15 Off Coupon Code on these Terra Cotta specialty Patio Planters!!)
--Our delivery season for all Patio Planters typically runs from APRIL 1st thru OCTOBER 31st. We offer a 12 month limited plant warranty from the date of delivery!
Our Central Oregon Patio Blueberry products are for Central Oregon customers ONLY! Delivery is FREE to the towns of Redmond, Terrebonne, Crooked River Ranch, Bend, Sunriver, LaPine, Madras, Metolius, Culver, Prineville, Powell Butte, and Sisters, Black Butte. We do NOT ship these Patio Planters out of the Central Oregon area. See our POTTED PATIO BLUEBERRY TRANSPLANTS for long distance FREE SHIPPING to the NW and much of the USA, to be planted in your own planters.