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Throw off the dregs of winter and get a head start on a gorgeous garden or patio with this Mother Nature-approved collection. Take your first steps with the golden inspired stepping stones and then head to Home Depot for all the ingredients, from potting mix to mulch and plants both heirloom and hardy. Use your $100 gift certificate to cover the cost. Gather your tools in a handy gardening tote and invite the birds to take up residence in some high style digs complete with a designer bird bath. Enjoy admission for two on us to Morton Arboretum for some inspiration and then plant the gorgeous beaded flowers to give Mother Nature a nudge while you wait for your garden to grow. Tuck your favorite blooms in the artistic mosaic flower pot and bask in the joys of another Chicagoland summer!

Donated By Denise Becker, Susan & Joe Lunn, As Good as Gold, Bob & Maggie Edwards, Ken & Jodi Phillips, Morton Arboretum