Spring is finally here, why not celebrate with a FREE Garden Kit from Lowe's. Stating today (04-01-21) and throughout the month of April Lowe's will be handing out some really cool Garden Kits during their "Springfest" to registered customers while supplies last! These are garden to go projects that the entire family can help with and enjoy. During "Springfest" Lowe's has all kinds of scheduled events, activities, demos and projects you can be a part of and most are free, or with very little cost. I know I'll be signing up for the Garden Kits each week and will spend the month planting and gardening. This is what Spring is all about!

You can start registering now, it opened today at the official Lowe's website. All you have to do is sign up, then show up and pick up your free garden kit. They'll be doing this all month long, every Thursday a new Garden Kit will be available. You'll need to register for each one individually the week prior to make sure you get one. How cool is that? It's the perfect time to get outside and do some projects both big and small. I've got some BIG PLANS this year for my backyard and will be re-doing a lot of the landscaping and flowerbeds.

The Lowe's "Springfest" free Garden Kits will start on Thursday, April 8th (04-08-21) so you'll need to get signed up ASAP to ensure you get one. The first kit includes recipes from Amanda Frederickson. The next kit on Thursday, April 15th (04-15-21) has a mystery pinata with seed packets. On Thursday, April 22nd (04-22-21) you can get a free sapling tree and the final free Garden Kit on Thursday, April 29th (04-29-21) contains flower seeds and instructions on how to plant a butterfly garden. Remember you need to register a week before each Garden Kit is released on the official Lowe's website.

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