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Grow Your Own Vegetable Garden with the Daily Mail
Weekday costs 50p, Saturday 80p, Sunday £1.50

Pick up the Daily Mail this weekend for a FREE pack of carrot seeds inside EVERY copy of the newspaper, along with an invaluable guide to growing your own vegetables from the Daily Mail’s regular gardening columnist Monty Don! This step by step guide will show you how to turn your seeds into delicious healthy food.

And then, FREE with the Mail on Sunday, pick up the next packet of seeds from your nearest Tesco or WHSmith stores – Beetroot seeds. There are more seeds to pick up every day until Thursday 21st April.
No garden is too small to start growing your own vegetables, whether you are a first-timer or an experienced grower, the Daily Mail and the Mail on Sunday’s collection of 13 packets of seeds will set you up for an astonishing range and quantity of crops. There are five salad crops, including lettuce, radish and rocket, plus tomatoes, cucumbers, beetroot, leeks and cabbage. The essential herbs, basil and parsley are also included, perfect for growing on a sunny windowsill.

How to get your seeds
Simply take the voucher printed in the Mail every day to your nearest Tesco or WHSmith store*, where in return you will be given that day’s free packet of seeds.
OR if you prefer, just collect four tokens we will be printing in the Daily Mail and The Mail on Sunday until April 30 and send them to the address we will publish later in the promotion, with a cheque for £4.99, and we will send you the entire collection 13 packets of seeds.

*Available at all Tesco stores, excluding petrol forecourts, and WHSmith stores, excluding airports and motorway service areas. Offer not available in the Republic of Ireland.
Postal claims must be received by 7 May 2011. A quantity of stock has been ordered in anticipation of demand. Please be aware that if demand exceeds our expectation, deliveries will be made up to 56 days after the closing date.
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#1
why's this expired?
#2
I have been buying the Daily Mail at Tesco Express in order to get the free seeds, when I bought the paper yesterday I was told that the seeds had not arrived. I went there again today to see if they had been delivered but was told that they were not having any in and I should go to W H Smith.
This is not acceptable and I am so annoyed.
#3
Same happened to me as to grahamnock - paid parking fee only to find seed not arrived at Tescos so what with purchase price of paper and parking fee - seeds really aren't free - decided to send £4.99 + 4 small tokens off in post to get all 13 packets - still waiting - soon be too late to sew.
#4
what is the address to send your 4 vouchers and £4.99 in order to get the 13 packets of seed?.am i to late to send them?.
#5
Postal claims must be received by 7 May 2011
#6
I sent in tokens and cheque well before date, still no seeds!!!
#7
janewd25
I sent in tokens and cheque well before date, still no seeds!!!


deliveries will be made up to 56 days after the closing date.
#8
Annoying too bought Saturday Mail as usual and expecting free 2nd booklet and it was not including, so had to order for 2nd new book paying £2.00.
I have send off for the free 13 seeds and still nothing in the post. It would be too late to sow the seeds this year?

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