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Real Mini Christmas Trees £1.00 in Poundland!

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Real Christmas Trees in Poundland Gorleston. Might be nice on an office desk, or as a centrepiece on the Christmas table! Read More
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Real Christmas Trees in Poundland Gorleston. Might be nice on an office desk, or as a centrepiece on the Christmas table!
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36 Likes
A baby Christmas tree, torn away from its mother at Christmas, sitting there on the shelf.

Pining!

Edited By: stonkr on Dec 14, 2014 23:13
20 Likes
Plant it in the garden, and in 6 or so years it will be a 6 ft tree for £1 - proper bargain.
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vanquished100
[quote=redsnappa] It looks like a Christmas twig!!

What do you want for a quid?

twiglets

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3 Likes #1
It looks like a Christmas twig!!
#2
good find op, heat added :)
1 Like #3
Just what I was looking for, thanks!
#4
How tall is it?
2 Likes #5
redsnappa
It looks like a Christmas twig!!

What do you want for a quid?
10 Likes #6
vanquished100
[quote=redsnappa] It looks like a Christmas twig!!

What do you want for a quid?

twiglets
20 Likes #7
Plant it in the garden, and in 6 or so years it will be a 6 ft tree for £1 - proper bargain.
1 Like #8
WE have no room at all for a tree this year, so this may do the job! Thanks.
#9
not exactly a hot deal but for £1 you could do worse
#10
how much is it !!!
2 Likes #11
its a small tree. not a mini tree this will get a lot larger in the ground. save any confusion.
#12
Bargain, just what I need.. I hope one near me has these :)
1 Like #13
vanquished100

What do you want for a quid?
Roots! X)
4 Likes #14
Simulacra
Plant it in the garden, and in 6 or so years it will be a 6 ft tree for £1 - proper bargain.
and in 40 years it will be invading commercial air space and undermining your foundations! oO
1 Like #15
I wouldn't be surprised if it has no roots on it, just lopped off the top of a tree and stuck straight into a pot, does anyone buy this kind of rubbish?
#16
Awww look at it!
#17
Cute
#18
One pound - amazing ;)
#19
Nice find
3 Likes #20
ristac
I wouldn't be surprised if it has no roots on it, just lopped off the top of a tree and stuck straight into a pot, does anyone buy this kind of rubbish?

Sucker born every minute
3 Likes #21
Well I suppose it helps to avoid this kind of situation.......................................



http://www.visithendrickscounty.com/wp_content/uploads/2012/11/331360_240847612648518_1207076593_o.jpg
4 Likes #22
It could be worse.


http://www.corvallisadvocate.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/12/sad_xmastree.jpg
#23
looks really nice I hope I can get one for my room
1 Like #24
willysnapper
Simulacra
Plant it in the garden, and in 6 or so years it will be a 6 ft tree for £1 - proper bargain.
and in 40 years it will be invading commercial air space and undermining your foundations! oO
Best not to be a dentist at that point.
#25
It is so cute! wish i had known this sooner! xx
#26
TheOtter
Best not to be a dentist at that point.
...explain please, I'm a bit thick! :|
#27
Thanks
#28
Gorleston has a poundland?
#29
not bad
#30
TheOtter
willysnapper
Simulacra
Plant it in the garden, and in 6 or so years it will be a 6 ft tree for £1 - proper bargain.
and in 40 years it will be invading commercial air space and undermining your foundations! oO
Best not to be a dentist at that point.
retired
#31
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MartyMcFry
Gorleston has a poundland?

It's in the Gapton retail park!
#32
Why would it matter if it was lopped off the top of a tree and stuck straight into a pot?
#33
NFN
#34
I could plant a few in my allotment - how many years to get to a decent size do you think, lol?
#35
Simulacra
Plant it in the garden, and in 6 or so years it will be a 6 ft tree for £1 - proper bargain.
If its got any roots!!!!!!
#36
It really does look like someone cut a branch off and stuck it in a pot! If it's not got roots it's a total joke!
1 Like #37
If I'd wanted a new plant I'd have gone to a garden centre, but it looks cheerful with a little set of lights on & will brighten up my classroom this week. For £1 I'm happy!
36 Likes #38
A baby Christmas tree, torn away from its mother at Christmas, sitting there on the shelf.

Pining!

Edited By: stonkr on Dec 14, 2014 23:13
#39
Haha it's a cute little thing to have.
1 Like #40
My mum bought 2 and they both seem to have good roots on them surprisingly!

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