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Poinsettia plant only £3.50 @ Co Op

£3.50 @ Co-operative
Lovely poinsettia plants found in my local Co op. Was told it should be national. Nothing says it's Christmas time like a poinsettia! :0) Read More
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7m, 1w agoFound 7 months, 1 week ago
Lovely poinsettia plants found in my local Co op.
Was told it should be national.
Nothing says it's Christmas time like a poinsettia! :0)
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#1
£2.50 in tesco
#2
blondie2012
£2.50 in tesco
Sadly don't have one local, and if they did deliver with groceries, I shudder to think of the state it would arrive in! oO

Edited By: chuckiedoll on Dec 11, 2016 18:10
1 Like #3
£1.99 in Lidl
#4
£2.50 in Morrisons for the large ones, £1.50 for smaller - saw them today in store
1 Like #5
£1.50 @ home bargains
#6
£1.50 in Home Bargains
#7
blondie2012
£2.50 in tesco

And Morrisons x
#8
Oh okay. Co op is my only local shop that sells them so thought it was a good price since its a good sized plant in fab condition.
#9
My Tesco one started dying soon after getting it. The one from last year & before that didn't last long either. The first one I had lasted a couple of years before it accidentally got left outside when it started getting colder.

I have a thermometer next to it to monitor the temperature and make sure not to over water it but they have been a nightmare ever since the first one.

has anyone bought them from other places and had them last? If so where from?
#10
Kyouken
My Tesco one started dying soon after getting it. The one from last year & before that didn't last long either. The first one I had lasted a couple of years before it accidentally got left outside when it started getting colder.
I have a thermometer next to it to monitor the temperature and make sure not to over water it but they have been a nightmare ever since the first one.
has anyone bought them from other places and had them last? If so where from?

Most of these plants suffer fatal 'shock' when you transport them from the regulated temperature of the shop to your transport if you don't protect them from the heat drop.
#11
£2.50 in morrisons or small ones for £1.50, I got mine for 75p. Sorry not a cheap deal
#12
I was careful and covered it up and it wasn't a cold day. after the last few years I read up a bit and apparently the recent breeds the supermarkets get are especially weak.
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Please don't let pets chew the leaves - speaking as the owner of a particularly stupid cat these plants are very bad for them.
#14
caroline777upnorth
Please don't let pets chew the leaves - speaking as the owner of a particularly stupid cat these plants are very bad for them.
Agreed. Highly toxic to animals!
Luckily this is just visiting my home short term (in a safe place) until it is being gifted to someone without pets ;)
#15
chuckiedoll
caroline777upnorth
Please don't let pets chew the leaves - speaking as the owner of a particularly stupid cat these plants are very bad for them.
Agreed. Highly toxic to animals!
Luckily this is just visiting my home short term (in a safe place) until it is being gifted to someone without pets ;)
Perhaps your Ragdoll isn't as stupid as mine - he even licked a toad!
#16
caroline777upnorth
chuckiedoll
caroline777upnorth
Please don't let pets chew the leaves - speaking as the owner of a particularly stupid cat these plants are very bad for them.
Agreed. Highly toxic to animals!
Luckily this is just visiting my home short term (in a safe place) until it is being gifted to someone without pets ;)
Perhaps your Ragdoll isn't as stupid as mine - he even licked a toad!
Well she chases frogs?? X)
#17
chuckiedoll
caroline777upnorth
chuckiedoll
caroline777upnorth
Please don't let pets chew the leaves - speaking as the owner of a particularly stupid cat these plants are very bad for them.
Agreed. Highly toxic to animals!
Luckily this is just visiting my home short term (in a safe place) until it is being gifted to someone without pets ;)
Perhaps your Ragdoll isn't as stupid as mine - he even licked a toad!
Well she chases frogs?? X)
He licked a toad - couldn't breathe and cost me £80 at the vets!
#18
if anyone lives in or near the black Country Clent nurseries has the most amazing poinsettias for £5

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