Lowe’s Annual SpringFest Sale Ends Today | Save on Mulch, Hanging Baskets & More

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Lowe's Hanging pink flower plant

It’s the LAST day to save during Lowe’s SpringFest!

Through today, May 4th only, Lowe’s is hosting its second annual SpringFest 2022 – valid in-store and online! This huge shopping event includes sales, in-store events, workshops, and free seed giveaways in select locations. You can head over here to view the SpringFest ad.

*Note that pricing and availability may vary by location.

Don’t miss these SpringFest 2022 deals at Lowes…

hanging baskets of flowers

1.5-Gallon Premium Annuals Hanging Baskets(in-store only!)
Only 2/$24!

Large bags of Mulch on display outside of store

Premium Mulch Bags
Only $2.98 (regularly $3.68 each)!
*Price may vary by region.

woman using craftsman hedger

Craftsman 20VMaxF Cordless Hedge Trimmer(ending 6/8)
Only $69 (regularly $89)!

Craftsman V20 20-volt Max 13-in Straight Cordless String Trimmer Edger

Ceiling Fans

Lowe’s Patio Heater

person pushing a lawn mower

Roundup Extended Control Ready to Use Weed and Grass Killer 

Greenworks pressure washer

Refrigerators display models at store

Select Appliances with purchase of select items of $599+ each – (valid 4/7-5/4, excludes RI and CT)
FREE Basic Install via Rebate + Special Financing!

Lowe's employee at DIY-U desk

Plus, all spring long, customers can also register for workshops through Lowe’s DIY-U. Topics include Make the Neighbors Jealous with Colorful Flower Beds, and Basic Tips for a Beautiful Lawn.

Not familiar with DIY-U? Head here to find out more!

Lowe's Paint can and bucket

In addition to the DIY workshops, Lowe’s will also hold special in-store events like product demonstrations and 30-minute lawn and garden “walking tours.” These tours will be led by Red Vest associates three times per day every Tuesday and Thursday through April 28th! Plus, you’ll score a coupon for $10 off a $75 purchase on the day of your walking tour!

You can now head over here to pre-register for a walking tour.

Did you request your FREE wildflower seeds yet?

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Comments 21

  1. Klp

    I loved all the free events they did last year!

    • Jennifer (Hip Sidekick)

      Yea! They are great! Thanks for stopping by, Klp!

  2. Stacie

    I hope Lowe’s puts their bags of mulch on sale again like last year. It was an awesome deal!

    • Amber (Hip Sidekick)

      I sure hope we see that soon, Stacie! We’ll keep a lookout! πŸ™ŒπŸ‘€

    • Darla

      It is 5/$10 so that IS $2 per bag πŸ™ƒ it’s a terrible product though

  3. Rhonda S Conner

    When do the springfest registration begin for the free stuff.?

    • Amber (Hip Sidekick)

      Hey there! It seems this year’s Springfest is a bit different. There wil be free seeds at selected locations. Be sure to check out the sale dates as listed above. Hope this helps! πŸ’ž

  4. SoCalLemon

    As awesome as I used to believe $2 mulch was, I hope this helps someone out there: the dyed mulch is made from chipped wood from all over – construction scraps, old furniture, decking, etc. You have no idea what kinds of chemicals were used on it and it’s all dyed to look nice in your yard. The dye leaches into the soil and the wood chips never break down the way that natural wood chips would. It is FAR cheaper and better for the environment to contact your local mulch or tree services…some even offer it for free altogether or on certain days of the year…you can even have it delivered if you need a lot. We had 12 yards (equal to 162 bags) delivered for about $120, but could have been free if I had asked a tree service to deliver…would have been over $300 at Lowes!! My soil is SO much healthier. End of rant πŸ™‚ πŸ™‚ πŸ™‚

    • Sheri Baby

      Thank you for sharing this!

    • Kab

      Agreed, that mulch is cheap for a reason. It has very toxic dyes added. Any natural color wouldn’t last all season. It will slowly leach into your local water supply and is generally a yard contaminate.

      • Sheri Baby

        So do they have a natural, no dye option?

    • C

      @socallemon if you live in a good state that cares about the environment (like here in the Midwest), you can actually pick up free mulch at the city recycle center πŸ™‚ for compost, dirt, & mulch here they now do ask fo $0.50 donation per 5 gal bucket, but it’s worth it! They have good quality dirt and compost (of course the mulch is a mishmash of trees that have been collected, but that means no trees cut down just to create mulch and no chemicals)… if only big states like Cali would have the amount of recycling we do here- curbside plus recycle centers in each city open 24/7 if you want to drop off extra or pick up the soil, mulch, or compost… they even have an oil drop/pick up station for places to dump used oil and those that use it as biofuel in their trucks/cars to pick it up! πŸ™‚

  5. Shelby

    Went to lowes this morning and they said hanging baskets are not on sale this year.

    • Amber (Hip Sidekick)

      DARN! I do see them listed in my store ad, however it seem that can vary by location. Thanks so much for the feedback, Shelby! πŸ€—

    • riss

      Same here. Hanging baskets are full price. I’m in SoCal.

  6. 4chase

    You should be aware that the free mulch/wood chips you get from your local cities have a lot of weed seed in them. Thus you may start seeing more weeds in your mulched areas. Yes, I’m speaking from experience and regret.

  7. stefani

    If you want good mulch, see if you have chipdrop.com in your area. It’s free (or you can donate to the arborist) and they will drop mulch at your door. We have done it twice and it’s great! First one took a while but second drop came quick. (It helps to make a small donation, I think. Undercuts their dump fee). We even got some logs out of it.

  8. Lana

    I got four packs of beautiful vegetable plants at Walmart for $3.78 a pack. They are every bit as big as those Bonnie plants for $5 each.

    • tpop

      Yes the Bonnie plants are far too expensive and usually have pesticides and inorganic fertilizer.

  9. Bryant

    Yeah, I’m glad I read these comments. I was debating whether to buy from Lowes this year out of convenience. I’ll stick with my local grocery store that has an annual spring plant sale. The plants are much bigger and healthier at the grocery store and only a few cents more.

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