During the month of May, for every $100 spent you will receive a $5 token good towards purchases at a later date. The redemption period for 2023 will begin on Saturday, June 17th - Herb Fest - through the end of October. They never expire and tokens collected from previous years can also be redeemed starting June 17th, 2023.
Tokens are given for in-store retail purchases. Tokens are not given for class/workshop fees, held orders, landscape services, consultation and design charges, delivery charges and any other applicable services. Tokens are not given for gift certificate purchases, however, certificates redeemed in May will receive tokens.
Tokens will take $5 off your in-store purchases June 17th through our seasonal closing in October. If you have tokens from previous years those are redeemable too. You can use multiple tokens at a time. The $5 value must be used in total - no change will be given for sales under $5.
Our only stipulation in token redemption is that they can only be used as payment for products and not services. Tokens can not be used as payment for class/workshop fees, held orders, landscape services, consultation and design charges, delivery charges and any other applicable services.
Other restrictions may apply. No exceptions.
Hanson's Garden Village's Bare Root Guarantee
Survivability of plants is GUARANTEED under the following conditions:
- We are satisfied that prudent care was provided (i.e. planted in a timely manner, watered adequately, protected from damage).
- It can be demonstrated that a means of regular watering was available.
- The loss was not due to deer, rabbit, insects, acts of nature or similar damage beyond our control.
- The guarantee period includes the current growing season up to August 1st.
- We do not guarantee any plant material over the winter due to weather conditions and extremes that are our of our control.
The guarantee allows for, at your choice, one of the following remedies:
- One time replacement with the same type of plant the following spring, if available.
- Deduction of the bare root price paid off a similar potted tree or shrub.
Dead woody plants must be uprooted and returned to us before August 1st (July 31st is the last day to return) of the year planted, with original tag attached and presentation of a receipt. NO EXCEPTIONS!
WE RECOMMEND GIVING YOUR BARE ROOT PLANT A FEW MONTHS TO GROW BEFORE UPROOTING FOR RETURN - SOME PLANTS MAY TAKE LONGER TO ESTABLISH OR BE AFFECTED BY SPRING WEATHER CONDITIONS.
IF YOU ARE UNSURE ABOUT YOUR PLANT, GIVE US A CALL BEFORE UPROOTING.
Recommendations for Planting Bare RootThank you for buying bare root trees and shrubs from Hanson's Garden Village, LLC. You have made a wise choice. A bare root selection offers affordability, ease of transport, and great selection. Follow the instructions carefully and look forward to enjoying your plants for years to come.
- When not planted immediately, place plants in a cool, shady location and keep roots moist. We recommend planting them as soon as possible not to exceed two weeks of proper storage time.
- Soak plants in water (may be augmented with a root stimulator) for a few hours or overnight before planting. Do not let roots dry out. Do not soak for more than 24 hours.
- Dig a large enough hole so the roots of your specimen are not crowded. This would also be the time to mix in any compost or soil amendments, if needed, with the soil from the hole. Trim damaged roots, or roots that will not fit into the hole.
- Create a small mound at the bottom of the hole. Place the plant on top of the mound and spread the roots out evenly. Adjust the depth of the hole if necessary. Look for a stain line on the stem to judge planting depth.
- Back fill soil, perhaps adding a slow release fertilizer. Create a shallow basin around the stem, water and mulch. The root stimulator water used for soaking may be used to water the plant.
- Check plants regularly for water and be patient as they adjust to their new location. Some plants take a while to leaf out. Water frequently at first.
- A winter tree wrap is recommended to protect young trees from rodents and winter sun, put on in fall - remove in warm weather.