Free Snowdrops & Climbing Rose in the Telegraph Saturday & Sunday (just pay p&p)
Just recieved in email
The Telegraph has two free flower offers to delight gardeners this weekend.
Buy The Telegraph on Saturday, January 22, and get 20 free snowdrops*. Versatile enough to look charming in both formal garden displays and in natural woodland settings, snowdrops and their delicate honey scent are the quintessentially English sign that spring is on its way. The pure-white snowdrop flowers are ideal for filling in gaps in borders and work well as planting partners in pots and containers. Worth £7.60, your 20 snowdrop single-flowering (also known as Galanthus) bulbs will be supplied 'in the green' for instant colour this year and to ensure regrowth next year.
For a real treat, Sunday Telegraph readers can claim a free climbing rose worth £17.44. Pale pink and fragrant, this double-flowered rose 'New Dawn' has won the Royal Horticultural Society's prestigious Award of Garden Merit (AGM). One of the most vigorous of climbing roses, 'New Dawn' is ideal for covering a house, wall, arch or shed and the pale pearl-pink flowers bloom from July to September. While 'New Dawn' can thrive happily in the sun, it is also hardy enough to grow well in a shady urban courtyard. As an extra bonus, readers will also receive 100g of rose fertiliser to help nourish their newly-planted rose.
*Just pay postage to claim your free flower offers. See inside The Daily Telegraph on Saturday, January 22, and The Sunday Telegraph on January 23, 2011, for details.
Will update with postage costs when i find out what they are !
Paper usually about £1.90 at the weekend