Pike Nurseries hosting annual Ladybug Weekend
by Neighbor Staff
08:39 AM, Saturday, April 25
Pike Nurseries is hosting its annual Ladybug Weekend Saturday and Sunday at all store locations. During this event, the garden center will give away 2 million ladybugs (one free 150-count packet per purchase) to arm customers with a little ladybug...

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