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All Autumn bulbs 10p per pack @ B&Q

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5y, 11m agoFound 5 years, 11 months ago
All B&Q's flower bulbs are now 10p per pack. - perfect for stocking up for gardening in the warmer weather

This morning, i bought
1 pack of 40 Minature mixed Narcissi bulbs - should have been £4.99
2 packs of 8 Daffodils bulbs - should have been £2 (for 2 packs)
2 packs of 12 Miniture Narcissi bulbs (Hillstar) - should have been £5.99 (fr 2 packs)

Came to 50p - should have been nearly £13

Loads of different bulbs in stock
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#1
These are SPRING bulbs!
Thanks for the heads up!
#2
I think they mean for planting in the autumn, lol Yes they bloom in spring, lol My receipt says Autumn bulbs
1 Like #3
Its much too late for planting
narcissi even if the ground was
fit. I would suggest planting in
pots for the house otherwise
they will just try and grow/flower
in their bag or store. All narcissi
should be planted before October
to allow roots to form before
flowering in March and April.
#4
it will be ok, once its there it will last years
#5
zekespah
Got some from B&Q in Liverpool, not a lot of use though since the gyppos tarmacced the back garden. Came out, car on bricks. Merry scouser Xmas

I really have had enough of you now, you are not funny, you are a troll and its about time someone noticed and remvoed you
#6
Put Narcissi in pots, and plant in ground once they have finished flowering ... Tulips on the other hand, you can still plant now, as long as you can get into the ground .. they prefer to be at LEAST ten inches deep ... the ones I planted 22 years ago are still doing really welll , but they love DEEP ...
#7
I hope they are energy saver ones too lol i dont want to be putting to much effort into getting these going.
#8
Must be store specific. Still scanning at half price in Colchester. Boo...

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