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Just been in our local Poundland (Winchester) and the variety is huge. Here are some of the offers:
12 Montbretia Mixed
Forsythia Intermedia - Shrub
35 Gladioli Mix
Cornus Alba - Shrub
Escallonia Rubra - Shrub
Hypericum Inodorum - Shrub
Philadelphus - Shrub
Potentilla Fruticosa - Shrub
Weigela - Shrub
Hibiscus Syriacus - Shrub
Lonicera Tatarica - Shrub
Buddleja Davidii - Shrub
Sweet Pea Seed Selection
Colourful Garden Seed Selection
4 Chinese Lantern Physalis
3 Mixed Hollyhock Alcea
Bush Rose - Pink
Climbing Rose - Red
Climbing Rose - White
Climbing Rose - Purple
Climbing Rose - Yellow
Climbing Rose - Pink
3 Sea Holly - Eryngium Planum
25 Dutch Iris Blue Magic - XL size
Bush Rose - Yellow
Bush Rose - White
Bush Rose - Red
Bush Rose - Orange
1 Peony - Sarah Bernhardt
Busy Lizzie Mix Seed Starter Kit
Blooming Baskets Seed Selection
12 Sparaxis Mixed - Harlequin Flowers - 2 For £1
Elegant Garden Value Pack - 75 Bulbs
Wild Flower Mix - Shake And Rake
Wildlife Mix - Shake And Rake
Sunshine Garden - Shake and Rake
Scented Mix - Shake And Rake
Red Bulb Collection - 40 pack
3 Mixed Lupins
4 Red Hot Pokers
2 Mixed Phlox
25 Freesia Single Mixed
25 Freesia Double Mixed
50 Peacock Orchids
5 Lily of the Valley Convallaria
Powder Pink - Shake and Rake
Cottage Garden Seed Selection
Hanging Basket Mix Seed Starter Kit
Lobelia Crystal Palace Seed Starter Kit
Sweet Pea Spencer Mix Seed Starter Kit
Sunflower Tall Sungold Starter Kit
Pots of Colour Seed Selection
Petunia Mix Seed Starter Kit
Perennial Seed Selection
Pansy Bambino Seed Starter Kit
Nasturtium Trailing Mix Seed Starter Kit
Marigold Double Petite Seed Starter Kit
Simply Red - Shake And Rake
Rockery Garden - Shake and Rake
3 Dahlia Unwin Mixed

Also there were huge amount of gardening tools and accessories and a lot of fruit plants like redcurrent, raspberry, bluberry, gooseberry and many others and grow your own vegetables like potatoes, corgettes, cucumbers, corn etc
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Much heat just for listing that lot. Some good buys there,putting the big boys prices to shame.
#2
hooray henry
Much heat just for listing that lot. Some good buys there,putting the big boys prices to shame.

But how good are the products though.

Has anyone ever bought any of the above and did they turn out successful?
1 Like #3
smithyp1
hooray henry
Much heat just for listing that lot. Some good buys there,putting the big boys prices to shame.

But how good are the products though.

Has anyone ever bought any of the above and did they turn out successful?
I've bought seeds from them before and they've grown ok. Also with a lot of the bulbs I've bought from them this time you can actually see green bits starting to sprout inside the bag, so the should definitely come up. Same with the fruit plants you can see little green leaves starting to appear - get them while they are fresh, so there are more chances of them growing nicely.
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bought some today :) heat added
1 Like #5
The hostas I bought last year were fab and made superb snail fodder! Will try again this year and will splurge on some slug bait this time :)
2 Likes #6
I bought the 35 Gladioli Mix, and 6 oriental lillies, planted them 2 weekends ago they are sprouting and coming up out of soil looking new freshly green so far so good :)
#7
Trick is to buy them as soon as they get stock, none of the staff seem to have a clue about watering, (talking about the plants in boxes like the fruit bushes and roses). I buy from them every year and the germination rate is easily on par with the likes of Homebase/B&Q et al. For seeds I buy from wilko, very cheap and I have had 90% germination on most of the veg I buy.
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smithyp1
hooray henry
Much heat just for listing that lot. Some good buys there,putting the big boys prices to shame.

But how good are the products though.

Has anyone ever bought any of the above and did they turn out successful?


I think you need some experience with the 'dried' pouches. I bought one dicentra and I'm pretty sure i'll get 4 to 5 plants from it. ok they won't be biggies this year but will bulk up quick enough. Go to like of B&Q and they are £5 each.

Also got an echinacea last year and just divided that and reckon on getting about 5 to 8 plants out of that.
#9
The gardening stuff in poundland has been there since January. Some of the roses we bought were very dry in their packets, some died after planting. I wouldn't recommend as the quality isn't always that good.
banned#10
The gardening stuff I have seen instore is great! I saw some beautiful floral patterned hand tools yesterday - great as gifts for your green-fingered friends. Loads of other great products including plant protection to keep the animals off your gardens too!
#11
My sister went in last week and got a load of stuff after reading this thread, thanks! The rose bushes are lovely, an old man showed her which ones to choose, ones with little green shoots on them, and helped her choose lots of bulbs too.
#12
sonnyj123
The gardening stuff in poundland has been there since January. Some of the roses we bought were very dry in their packets, some died after planting. I wouldn't recommend as the quality isn't always that good.

could have been las years stock...:)
#13
Bought the Simply Red and Purple Paradise Shake & Rake for £1 per box as a sow it and see purchase. Not sure what the plant mix is but I have that "nothing ventured, nothing gained" view on this. The idea is to add some colour and some plants for bees and butterflies to the roadside bank and verge at the front of our house. It has to be better than a muddy bank that has no wild flowers and only straggly tall grass at best. :-)

Boxes state 15m squared per box.

I'll post again when and if something happens as to what the plant mix is. This may not be an indicator of future mix because it may change. No other info I can find anywhere else :-)
#14
I've bought the fruits. I tested a gooseberry a couple of years ago. Should have been green but got big bonus when it fruited last year and they were deep red Gooseberries. I was happy and my motherinlaw wants some cuttings.
They had just put out a fresh lot today in my local. I was looking at some that looked like they needed watering badly. Then a lovely member of staff showed me a point of sale area he had just been putting out with today's fresh. I got a Redcurrent and a Blackcurrent today as well as some Hollyhocks, 3 roots in pack but I had to search through all the packs as some didn't look to have any roots in at all. The 2 packs I picked looked fresh and the pack still felt a little damp.
couple of weeks ago I picked up a couple of Blackcurrant, couple of Blueberry and a Hibiscus. All are doing well and leafing up lovely.
I think it's down to getting them when they are fresh in store. Same with Wilki's really as I've had good and bad with them only they cost more ;)
I did pick up some seed packs for veg as my son has been nagging me. So looks like I'm gonna be digging up the poultry/rabbit manure muck heap and giving the ground a good turnover and mixing it all in so that ground will be ready to plant stuff out.
To be honest, for the price, they are a bargain.

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