You know Mantis, makers of the oh-so-popular mini-tiller/cultivator. In 2012 Mantis is continuing its support of PHS as an official sponsor of the Flower Show.
Recognizing that the Show is the perfect place to reach a large audience of passionate gardeners, Mantis introduced its new Deluxe Tiller/Cultivator today on the Flower Show floor! This newly designed tiller has all the advantages of the original Mantis tiller, plus new features to make creating and maintaining your garden even easier.
If you want to see this buzzed-about deluxe tiller yourself, come to the Show. And if you instantly know this is something you simply must have, click here to purchase.
In addition to top-of-the-line products, Mantis is offering an assortment of educational opportunities to Flower Show guests. Kerry Ann Mendez will lead a presentation called Easy, Garden-Transforming Soil Tips for Bodacious Vegetable and Flower Gardens in the Gardener’s Studio on Wednesday, March 7, at 2 pm.
Then, at 5 pm, the funny, full-of-knowledge Mia Mengucci will discuss ways to make composting less of a labor (and more of a labor of love). A Pennsylvania-certified horticulturist and PHS volunteer, Mia speaks passionately about plants, recycling, and how compost can be “black gold” for your garden.
Once you’ve sat in on the Gardener’s Studio, pop over to The Canoe Garden, an exhibit created by W. B. Saul High School and sponsored by Mantis. There you’ll take a step back in history to learn more about Hawaii’s early flora and some of the plants that continue to make up the island landscape today.
One final note: Mantis is offering some tremendous Flower Show specials. Receive a free kickstand, border edger attachment, handy item (tune-up) kit and free shipping (over a $100 dollar value) with the purchase of any Mantis gasoline-powered tiller/cultivator. Plus, all Mantis tiller attachments are 50% off during the show. PHS Members receive an additional 10% off all Mantis purchases–this discount alone could pay for your 2012 PHS Membership!
To learn more about all of the above and much more, visit the Mantis folks at Marketplace Booth 818 & 918 during the 2012 Flower Show.
The W.B. Saul High School exhibit at the 2012 Flower Show