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B&Q 20% off all outdoor plants in store - 19th-22nd May

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1w, 3d agoFound 1 week, 3 days ago
20% off all outdoor plants in store,

Between 19th-22nd May.
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1 Like #1
If they are anything like supermarket plants they will be bone dry and just about DEAD
1 Like #2
Edinburgh Hermiston gate tomatoe plantsvreduced to 50p.

Some were about 3 inchs tall and shrivelled up,near to death.

Others were dead and turned to dust and blown away leaving empty pots and they still wanted to sell them too X)
1 Like #3
B&q are pretty good for bedding etc they do of course have past best flowers but my local store are pretty good at managing their stock & I like the reduced bargain bit so heat added thank you
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perrychucker
If they are anything like supermarket plants they will be bone dry and just about DEAD


I know what you mean in general but my local morrisons always seem to take good care of their stock. Maybe I live close to a distribution centre or something but I've had alot from there and can't say much bad about it.
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mrmarks1
perrychucker
If they are anything like supermarket plants they will be bone dry and just about DEAD
I know what you mean in general but my local morrisons always seem to take good care of their stock. Maybe I live close to a distribution centre or something but I've had alot from there and can't say much bad about it.
Morrisons i find usually good at looking after plants. Aldi on the other hand must not be allowed to use the water meter
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bigweapon07
mrmarks1
perrychucker
If they are anything like supermarket plants they will be bone dry and just about DEAD
I know what you mean in general but my local morrisons always seem to take good care of their stock. Maybe I live close to a distribution centre or something but I've had alot from there and can't say much bad about it.
Morrisons i find usually good at looking after plants. Aldi on the other hand must not be allowed to use the water meter
Aldi are the Dignitas of the plant world. Minus the dignity.
#7
probably the best plants after garden centres and nurseries.
#8
You can download a 20% voucher for dobbies as well but ends today,if your a club member you get 10% as well so 30% off all plants.

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