Breck's Bulbs is offering FREE Las Vegas Daffodil Bulbs in packs of five. These bulbs are valued at $23.99. You can either purchase them alone - and pay $7.95 shipping - or combine them with your next order.
These bulbs will ship in fall as the months of July and August are too hot to ship plants. However, you can place your order now. While I like the idea of just paying shipping and getting the bulbs for free, I highly recommend combining this freebie with your next order at Breck's Canada.
Breck's Canada gives out $35 off $75 coupons to new newsletter subscribers. This means, you can save a bundle on your order and you can also get a set of Daffodil bulbs free. I think this is the better combination of deals. The $35 off $75 coupon you receive will be valid on sale items as well.
Speaking of sales, you can save on plenty of items including, but not limited to, bulbs. In the Christmas in July sale, you can pick up Christmas themed accessories and trinkets up to 80% off their original price. This Corkcicle Wine Chiller was $24.99 and is now $4.99. That could be useful all year around - especially in the heat of summer.
There are also some extraordinary flower deals as well.Jan Bos Hyacinthis on sale from $17.99 down to $10.99 for five bulbs.
This stunning Mariposa Skies Reblooming Iris is on sale from $23.99 down to $15.99. This may be one of the most beautiful flowers I have ever seen. The deep blue to a sky white looks just gorgeous. I have always admired the iris.
For a fun flower, pick up the Ice Cream Tulip. Originally $24.99 for three, these bulbs are now on sale for $16.99 (3). The flower gets its name because it looks like an ice cream cone.
You can check out these and more amazing flowers deals in the Best Sellers section at Breck's. Stack your cart full of discounted bulbs, add on the free Las Vegas Daffodil Bulbs, and then use that $35 off $75 promo code from the newsletter to stack your garden savings. Your flower bed will never know what it did to deserve such beautiful new flowers.
(Expiry: 10th July 2015)