How To Get A Coupon Code For P. Allen Smith’s Gift Shop

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While we’re on the subject of gifts–you may remember that I visited P. Allen’s Moss Mountain Farm back in May. One of the things I shared with you was this quirky bud vase pictured above, currently displaying autumn-blooming Crocus speciosus. Well, you don’t have to visit Moss Mountain Farm to shop at the gift shop anymore. It’s now online!

Allen and his staff are trying to drum up business, so if you sign up for the shop’s email newsletter, they’ll send you a 25% off coupon code as a way of saying thanks, plus you’ll be entered in a drawing for one of ten $50 gift cards. Sweet, huh? But don’t procrastinate, because the offer’s only good until December 12th.

Allen’s shop is full of chicken-themed merchandise, vintage-inspired country decor, handy kitchen gadgets, holiday ornaments, and even a smaller version of my bud vase. Armed with a 25% off coupon code, you’re sure to find the perfect gift for somebody on your list.

I have a small confession to make: if enough of my readers sign up for the email newsletter through the link above in this post, I may win $500 in gift cards to Shop P. Allen Smith. The only way that will happen, is if more people sign up from my blog than from any of the other blogs that are participating. I have to admit it’s a long shot, but I thought you ought to know that, while I do think Allen sells some pretty cool stuff, I had an ulterior motive for telling you about the coupon code. And hey, 25% off is nothing to sneeze at!

About the Author

Kathy Purdy is a colchicum evangelist, converting unsuspecting gardeners into colchicophiles. She would be delighted to speak to your group about colchicums or other gardening topics. Kathy’s been writing since 4th grade, gardening since high school, and blogging since 2002.

In the end, this may be the most important thing about frost: Frost slows us down. In spring, it tempers our eagerness. In fall, it brings closure and rest. In our gotta-go world–where every nanosecond seems to count–slowness can be a great gift. So rather than see Jack Frost as an adversary, you could choose to greet him as a friend.

~Philip Harnden in A Gardener’s Guide to Frost: Outwit the Weather and Extend the Spring and Fall Seasons

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