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Large Bags Cotswold Stone at Asda 3 for £9.00 or £3.60 each

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[helper] 2y, 7m agoFound 2 years, 7 months ago
Now I know this is not a deal that will interest everyone, but if your interested in Gardening/DIY this ones for you, and represents a good savings on normal DIY store prices.
Asda ( Instore purchased from Cwmbran store this morning) have large bags of Cotswold Stone Decorative Chippings at £3.60 each or 3 for £9.00. which is really cheap.
Currently B&Q charge £5.98, Wickes £6.49 and Homebase £7.49 per bag, so good saving( 49% +) to be made here .
These are ideal for decorative paths/borders in the garden of just for general weed suppression amongst plants.

Asda Currently also have

Large 70Litre Bags Bark Chippings £4.00 each or 3 for £10
70Lt Bags Compost £4.00 each or £ 3 for £10
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#1
hi was this instore cant find them online
#2
also how heavy are the bags and what is the coverage. thank you
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toadette
hi was this instore cant find them online

Yes in Store, purchased from Asda Cwmbran, plenty in stock, Don't think they do the gardening bags on line as they are too big an bulky
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toadette
also how heavy are the bags and what is the coverage. thank you

Bags weigh approx. 25KG
#5
thank you
#6
Also do blue slate on the same offer 3 for £9 great buys for you green fingered friends lol
#7
HOT - great price. Was pricing it up in B&Q the other day for my dad. I know where I'll be getting it from now. Thanks OP.
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Please please don't be tempted to use this for your gardens, due to being porous it holds moisture and over a short period of time turns green through algae and looks totally awful.

As a landscaper I have had to remove so much of this terrible aggregate from gardens, drives and borders.

You will regret it if you lay it down.
#9
studio500
Please please don't be tempted to use this for your gardens, due to being porous it holds moisture and over a short period of time turns green through algae and looks totally awful.

As a landscaper I have had to remove so much of this terrible aggregate from gardens, drives and borders.

You will regret it if you lay it down.

Thanks. Useful to know.
#10
studio500
Please please don't be tempted to use this for your gardens, due to being porous it holds moisture and over a short period of time turns green through algae and looks totally awful.

As a landscaper I have had to remove so much of this terrible aggregate from gardens, drives and borders.

You will regret it if you lay it down.

I've had Cotswold stone in my garden as a path and border for nearly 3 years and it's the same colour as when I put it down. I think it looks great.
so how much time are you talking before it turns green?
#11
studio500
Please please don't be tempted to use this for your gardens, due to being porous it holds moisture and over a short period of time turns green through algae and looks totally awful.

As a landscaper I have had to remove so much of this terrible aggregate from gardens, drives and borders.

You will regret it if you lay it down.
I have plum slate in my garden ,it has been down for a few years and I do not have any problems with it.at all
#12
I have the plum slate in my drive, nearly 3 yrs old and still like new
#13
I have had the Cotswold chippings down for 7 years now and they are still great.
#14
toadette
also how heavy are the bags and what is the coverage. thank you

Same here about the coverage, also how thick it needs to be laid as a border or occasional path.

Thanks.
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JohnnyUtah
toadette
also how heavy are the bags and what is the coverage. thank you

Same here about the coverage, also how thick it needs to be laid as a border or occasional path.

Thanks.
http://blogs.sundaymercury.net/weirdscience/fat-thin.gif

Depends who's using it.
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studio500
Please please don't be tempted to use this for your gardens, due to being porous it holds moisture and over a short period of time turns green through algae and looks totally awful.

As a landscaper I have had to remove so much of this terrible aggregate from gardens, drives and borders.

You will regret it if you lay it down.

That probably explains the fish-friendly & cat-friendly remarks on some retailer sites. I was thinking of getting a few bags of these but the algae thing has put me off a little. But if it's cat unfriendly, I'll be getting some :)
#17
ferritmaster
JohnnyUtah
toadette
also how heavy are the bags and what is the coverage. thank you

Same here about the coverage, also how thick it needs to be laid as a border or occasional path.

Thanks.
http://blogs.sundaymercury.net/weirdscience/fat-thin.gif

Depends who's using it.

OK OK... who's been hacking my Facebook account??
#18
PoolePirate
studio500
Please please don't be tempted to use this for your gardens, due to being porous it holds moisture and over a short period of time turns green through algae and looks totally awful.

As a landscaper I have had to remove so much of this terrible aggregate from gardens, drives and borders.

You will regret it if you lay it down.

I've had Cotswold stone in my garden as a path and border for nearly 3 years and it's the same colour as when I put it down. I think it looks great.
so how much time are you talking before it turns green?

well mine went in last autumn and has started going green over winter
#19
JohnnyUtah
toadette
also how heavy are the bags and what is the coverage. thank you

Same here about the coverage, also how thick it needs to be laid as a border or occasional path.

Thanks.

you want 2 inch min and put weed fabric down under it first
#20
Do they do small 70ltr bags?
#21
Thanks OP, dont need the stone, but needed Compost, thanks for this.
#22
Top deal and very timely. Prior to this the cheapest I found was at my local N&C for 4.20 a bag on a 'Manager's Special' offer. Walked into Asda to grab a pizza and boom there they were, the equivelent of £3 a bag. Who would of thought...Asda for gravel. Will be loading up tonight to finish off the garden.

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