Green freebies from Home Depot for Earth Day

The other Earth Day offer is not strictly free, but if you have a garden or want to start one, you can benefit from their buy-one-get-one deals on packets of seeds.


If you're interested in getting a little dirty later in the week, Home Depot also offers free classes for tips on going green. Look for the classes called "Eco Options" and "Garden Know-How" featured the weekend of April 25th.

Home Depot is handing out a few freebies to help you go green for Earth Day (April 22nd):

According to the Home Depot website, you can stop in at your local store and pick up some items to help you make your home more green. The two items that caught my eye were the free CFL bulb and the free aerator insert for faucets. The aerator insert will help save water and is often overlooked as an easy way to conserve resources. There's a limited supply to both these items but you don't have to buy anything to get them. The website also says the CFL bulbs have been available since April 19, but it doesn't specify if you'll have to wait until the 22nd for the aerator.  You might want to call ahead to your closest store for details on the offer and verify if they have any left before you head out.

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