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Time to play in the dirt this spring

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Pike Nurseries' Melodie McDanal stopped by Good Day Atlanta on Friday with the five basic things people need to know to play in the dirt this spring!

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To help celebrate the arrival of every gardener's favorite season, Pike Nurseries hosts their annual Happy Flower Hours events on Friday, March 22!

Guests can enjoy complimentary refreshments and food from Williamson Bros BBQ along with store-wide discounts on a variety of plants, gardening accessories, patio furniture and more. Pike Nurseries will also have plenty of opportunities for guests to win additional discounts and a free landscape design by Pike Nurseries.

The first 100 customers at each location will receive a free reusable tote bag from Pike Nurseries

WHEN: Friday, March 22, 2013 -- 5:00 - 8:00 p.m.

WHERE: All Pike Nurseries locations -- Click here for more information.

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