Fuchsia 'Jolly Nantes' 5 Jumbo Plug Plants WAS £9.99 Now ONLY £2.99 @ Thompson & Morgan - HotUKDeals
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A vigorous flowering fuchsia with masses of crimson and purple flowers throughout summer and autumn. This compact variety is perfect for beds and borders, patio pots and window boxes where their bushy free flowering habit can best be enjoyed. Make sure you don't miss out on this fantastic offer which must end midnight Thursday 12th March 2010.
Despatch: by the end of May 2010
For free delivery: Add plants to your basket, then change the URL to http://www.thompson-morgan.com/gwm. Go back to your basket and the delivery will be free. This won't work if you use the 10% voucher.

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#1
Got a load of these in my garden and they look really nice in summer.:thumbsup:
#2
DeanSupreme uk
Got a load of these in my garden and they look really nice in summer.:thumbsup:


Good offer. Are they really hardy?
#3
Planted out in the border, Dean?

gluke21
Good offer. Are they really hardy?

Good question.
I left out hardy from the OP because I wasn't convinced, but fuchsias will overwinter fine in a greenhouse or sheltered place usually anyway.
#4
Well, I''ve splashed out and ordered.
It says on the site "half hardy" but at
this price its a great deal. Free p&p
as well. Thanks for the post Chesso.
#5
Yeah planted in the borders m8...not my handy work as i can't say i'm really green fingered at all.Was already here when we moved into the house but can appreciate how lovely they look.:-D
Might have a go at planting some flowers myself and see how i get on.:p
#6
I ordered some too :)
#7
Thanks chesso. Ordered. Heat added:thumbsup:
#8
Brilliant, ordered thanks.
#9
DeanSupreme uk
Yeah planted in the borders m8...not my handy work as i can't say i'm really green fingered at all.Was already here when we moved into the house but can appreciate how lovely they look.:-D
Might have a go at planting some flowers myself and see how i get on.:p

:giggle:

Give it go:thumbsup:
#10
Cheers hot offer :):thumbsup:
#11
gluke 21... how did you get free postage???
#12
mummykins
gluke 21... how did you get free postage???


Follow instructions in Chesso's original post. Simples!
#13
To get free delivery:

1. Click 'Go To Deal' - This will take you to the T&M site where the fuchsias are £2.99

2. Click Add To Basket - 5 Giant Fuchsias for £2.99

3. Once added to basket go to: http://www.thompson-morgan.com/gwm

4. Click Shopping basket on the left hand side, then simply pay for your order with Free delivery.
#14
Nice One

Thanks
#15
h and r from me!:thumbsup:
#16
Ordered nice find , I have similar Fuchsia that I have kept for 18 years I just cut them back each year , They are in a sheltered spot near my house
#17
Does anyone know the approx height and width these grow to,as I don't want to put them in the wrong wall boxes,containers,etc. Cheers and thanx in advance !!:thumbsup:
Another gr8 find Cheeso.
Ordered with Thanx & heat!
#18
Bloomin marvellous ,thankyou
#19
Thanks very much, will brighten up the garden a little bit.
#20
Worked for me, thanks
1 Like #21
robinok
Does anyone know the approx height and width these grow to,as I don't want to put them in the wrong wall boxes,containers,etc. Cheers and thanx in advance !




Ideal For: Border, Containers, Patio

Flowers: July, August, September, October

A most vigorous flowering fuchsia, with masses of crimson and purple flowers throughout summer and autumn. This compact hardy variety is perfect for beds and borders, patio pots and window boxes where their bushy free flowering habit can best be enjoyed. Height and spread: 50cm (20").

How to Grow
Fuchsia - Jolly Nantes
•Pot up plugs and grow them on until large enough to plant outside in their final positions.
•Pinch out the growing points where stems have more than 2 sets of leaves, while the plants are still small. This will encourage the plants to produce more stems, making a bushier plant with more flowers.
•Grow hardy fuchsias in containers or borders, in any moist, well drained soil.
•Position in a sunny or semi shaded site which is protected from cold winds over winter.

Aftercare.
•Feed and water regularly throughout the growing season.
•Deadhead faded flowers to encourage more blooms to be produced.
•In autumn, a bark or compost mulch applied to the base of fuchsia plants will help to protect hardy fuchsias from winter cold.
#22
Thanx for all your help,Jerry.:thumbsup:
I know exactly where they are going now,when they arrive.:whistling:
Cheers
#23
It'd be nice to see/hear how your fuchsias get on everyone!!:-D

http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/624433/over-the-garden-fence-2010-chat-pic
#24
:thumbsup: Excellent find ~ Thank you for sharing!
Have ordered the following items too:

Busy Lizzie SunPatiens® Mixed ~ 3 x Jumbo Plants & Free Labels £2.99
Hardy Climbing Fuchsia 'Lady Boothby' ~ 3 x Jumbo Plants 2.99
NB Website listing for the two items above states "Take advantage of our trial prices on two fantastic products. Offer is limited to only one order per customer and must end 28th February 10" I've just placed what appears to be a successful order on 9th March; fingers crossed they will honour the deal / order. After all, these items are still on their website!

http://www.tandmpics.com/240/8/80719.jpg
http://www.tandmpics.com/240/6/06337.jpg

Also see listings under Lucky Dip for £5.99 (usually £8.95) for Annual & Perennial Plant Varieties ~ Customers can order up to 5 lucky dips.
#25
:-D Have ordered - fab find! Thank you
suspended#26
when would you plant these
#27
Is anyone else getting a page with a load of machine code when they press "Submit Order"? I have tried both Firefox and IE to no avail. :?
#28
yeah I'm getting code too.... must be broken...
#29
dink
Is anyone else getting a page with a load of machine code when they press "Submit Order"? I have tried both Firefox and IE to no avail. :?


No idea if my order went through now and I had already put my card number in
#30
I'm gettiing that too... dunno if order has gone through???
#31
dealhunterqueen
I'm gettiing that too... dunno if order has gone through???


doesn't look like it as I tried again and they are still in my basket - oh well, maybe try later!
#32
I'm getting that stuff as well after confirming payment
#33
good deal thanks x
#34
just incase anyone doesn't realise these plants will only be about 2 inches big when sent and will need some care to get them big enough to be planted out ;-)
1 Like #35
The fuchsia's bright.. The fuchsia's orange.
#36
Still getting the machine-code rubbish when I try to order. I wonder if that free p&p ruse is a techno-loophole that's now being sorted out.
#37
unclem0nty;8065980
Still getting the machine-code rubbish when I try to order. I wonder if that free p&p ruse is a techno-loophole that's now being sorted out.


Mine just went through using my work computer. Heat added. :thumbsup:
#38
Yep. Working again now.
Ordered. Thanks OP.
#39
Indeed it is!

Heated.
#40
Fixed.....managed to order at last!!

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