This Sunday, June 20th is Father's Day! If the Dad in your life enjoys his time outdoors as much as indoors, bring him to Glendora Gardens this Father's Day weekend. Stroll through the garden grounds, visit the koi ponds and chickens, and peruse our selection of practical and fun gift-worthy garden items just in time for the summer growing season.
Plus, you'll enjoy 20% off your entire purchase! Yes, 20% off everything!!! Plants, houseplants, trees, pottery, fountains, statuary, soils, fertilizers, garden decor... and more!
See our Father's Day Gift Guide below for some garden gifting inspiration.
*Discount not valied on sod, special orders, gift certificates, landscape design services, labor or delivery.
Father's Day Gift Guide
1. Plant a tree with Dad!
Bring home a fruit tree or ornamental tree like Japanese Maple and spend some time in the yard planting it together.
2. Build a bird sanctuary
If your father likes local wildlife, bring home a birdhouse, birdfeeder, or birdbath to add to his yard.
3. Play in the dirt
If he likes to garden, your dad will probably appreciate some top-notch soil. Dr. Earth and Fox Farms Organic Soils and Fertilizers are excellent quality.
4. A bench to sit on
Dads deserve to relax. Give him a spot in the yard to take a load off. We have wood and iron benches in an assortment of styles.
5. Fountain oasis
Add a little splash and serenity to Dad's outdoor space by gifting a fountain. We have all kinds of colors and styles to suit his taste.
6. Office plants
Having a little greenery where we work has a multitude of benefits, and now more than ever, plants are popular for indoors as well as out! Give Dad a plant for his desk at the office to brighten up his day.
7. Stepping stones
There is probably a spot in the yard that he walks through all the time, maybe leading to the shed, or through the veggie garden, or to the door to the house. Try making some custom stones just for Dad!
Father's Day is perfectly timed for planting summer edibles! Give Dad a robust tomato plant that he can harvest later this summer. Dads who like to cook will also appreciate potted herbs.