Springfest 2021 is underway at Lowes and to celebrate the return of the spring season the retail giant is offering free Garden-to-Go-projects for the family for the month of April.

According to the USA Today, the first free garden-to-go-project sold out immediately. Online registration for the second installment will start at midnight on April 8th on the Lowes website. Curbside pickup is also available for the next free kit which is a mystery garden pinata.

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Each week during the month of April, Lowes will give away a different mystery kit with a different theme.

  • Week of 4/8 The kit will feature recipes from cook and food stylist Amanda Frederickson
  • Week of 4/15 Lowes Mystery Garden Pinata with mystery seed packets
  • Week of 4/22- In celebration of Earth Day- 500,00 tree saplings will be given away
  • Week of 4/29 Lowe's Butterfly Quest will help create a butterfly garden for families   

There are 39 Loews locations in the Garden State. South Jersy locations include Delran, Deptford, Egg Harbor Township, Hamilton, Millville, Rio Grande, Sicklerville, Turnersville, and Vorhees.

Hiring for the 2021 spring season is also underway at Lowes. Positions include Season Retail Associates and Seasonal Stockers and Receivers.

source: usatoday.com

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