You may have seen the article in the 3/30 Times, mentioning Hoppy's, which lead you here. Welcome! This is the second time Hoppy's has been featured in a local paper (see the About the Artist page for a link to the Everett Herald story).
If you like what you see here, I'm offering a special limited-time discount: $30 off your order today through April 13. Use code SUNDAY30 at checkout.
Don't delay, select your favorite color today!
We've rolled into a New Year, one I hope of promise and joy and prosperity, and a really green garden for all of you! And I can help!
With 2014 now officially begun, take 14% off your orders and shipping, until Feb 14. (oh, and if that date rings a bell, it's Valentines Day!) Use code 14%OFF to receive 14% off all sprinklers, with already reduced by 14% shipping. Click on the catalog link and find your favorite color glass (or your lover's favorite color), and get an early jump on a green garden or yard.
Fall is in the air, along with plenty of rain interspersed by some still-beautiful days. Not much watering needs to be done as Momma Nature is doing juuust fine.
But, I've just picked up some really beautiful new 6" glass globes, and will have them on the website very soon. There're glorious greens, deep blues, rich reds and more that are colorful and of course, functional!
The holidays are only a short while away, and these sprinklers can make a great and very special gift to the gardener in your life. Check 'em out on the Catalog page.
My summer season is wrapping up this weekend, where I'll be at Mercer Island's Summer Celebration, part of their annual Seafair events. There'll be a parade, food booths, blow-up rides and other kids activities, and a whole street of art and craft vendors, including --- Hoppy's!
I've several new glass colors, so come on by, and enjoy a wonderful day!
This weekend, the Duvall Arts Foundation is holding their annual Art In Bloom, at Kokopelli Gardens. This is a fundraiser to support the arts in Duvall. Friday has a gala event with live music, food and wine, and entertainment. Friday and Saturday the gardens are open to the public. All three days you walk through the gardens in which over 30 artists have installed their garden art - ceramics, glass, wood, cement, metal - you name it. All of it is available for purchase, with a portion of the proceeds benefiting the foundation. More information and a link is on the Events page.