Southwood Landscape and Garden Center is partnering with Public Radio Tulsa to reward you early birds with something more beautiful than worms - a free flat of Southwood-grown annuals!
There are four six-packs of flowers per flat, chosen from the gorgeous variety of annuals offered by Southwood, including but not limited to begonias, impatiens, marigolds, and zinnias. These flowers are available in a variety of colors and are grown locally, so they are acclimated to growing here in Green Country.
There are two ways to qualify for this early-bird gift:
- Give a gift of $120 or more by mail with a postmark of April 10 or before.
- Give a gift of $120 or more by phone or contribute online on Saturday, April 11; Sunday, April 12; or Monday, April 13.
That’s all there is to it! Do one of these things and then visit Southwood anytime after Wednesday, April 22, to select your free flat of flowers. No paperwork is necessary. Your name will be on the Public Radio Early Birds list at the register.
Please note: this special gift does not keep you from being eligible for our other thank-you gifts. And this flower gift option will not appear on the fund drive’s online or paper forms; you automatically qualify for the flat if you meet either of the two qualifiying conditions.
Public Radio Tulsa thanks Southwood for once again offering this great gift to our donors at the start of our Spring 2015 Fund Drive.