Trellis Trained Fruit Plants £4.99 3rd July at ALDI - HotUKDeals
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Plant these in your garden to grow your own fruit.

Harvest mid to late Summer
3 litre pot


Grape, Blackberry, Red Gooseberry and Fig
- Geemac
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1 Like #1
If it's anything like our local aldi the plants are always in poor condition because they don't water them.
banned 1 Like #2
What are they trained in? Ninjitsu? The ancient art of Origami?
2 Likes #3
BACONIZGUD4ME
What are they trained in? Ninjitsu? The ancient art of Origami?

http://www.ninja-fruit.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/05/fruit_ninja_logo.png
#4
All aldi stores I've ever been in the plants are dead or dieing. I'm shocked they even bother shocking them due to wastage
#5
darrencook
All aldi stores I've ever been in the plants are dead or dieing. I'm shocked they even bother shocking them due to wastage

http://mountainplover.files.wordpress.com/2013/05/shocked-bean-plant.jpg

Edited By: MrShed on Jul 01, 2014 14:54
#6
totally concur - same at Wilkinsons.

Sickening waster - all because the manager can't spare one person with a watering can for 5 minutes. Laughable.
1 Like #7
Bobef90
totally concur - same at Wilkinsons.Sickening waster - all because the manager can't spare one person with a watering can for 5 minutes. Laughable.

No doubt it will be down to a fatty falling over on a wet tile and their public liability insurance no longer protecting them for watering plants.
#8
At mine, they're usually OK if you go on the day they get them in stock, any later than that and they're all dieing.
1 Like #9
speric07
Bobef90
totally concur - same at Wilkinsons.Sickening waster - all because the manager can't spare one person with a watering can for 5 minutes. Laughable.

No doubt it will be down to a fatty falling over on a wet tile and their public liability insurance no longer protecting them for watering plants.


is it well known because thin people never fall? pecker
#10
drogyev
speric07
Bobef90
totally concur - same at Wilkinsons.Sickening waster - all because the manager can't spare one person with a watering can for 5 minutes. Laughable.

No doubt it will be down to a fatty falling over on a wet tile and their public liability insurance no longer protecting them for watering plants.

is it well known because thin people never fall? pecker

Whats the weight of the person got to do with anything?
#11
Are they organic?
#12
Should i vote cold because it's not a moto g?
#13
We got a tiny raspberry bush last year. I say bush but it was really a twig. This year we have a punnet worth of fruit, and that's only because it's in a pot, in the ground I'm sure you'd get a lot more
#14
rmtheatre
drogyev
speric07
Bobef90
totally concur - same at Wilkinsons.Sickening waster - all because the manager can't spare one person with a watering can for 5 minutes. Laughable.

No doubt it will be down to a fatty falling over on a wet tile and their public liability insurance no longer protecting them for watering plants.

is it well known because thin people never fall? pecker

Whats the weight of the person got to do with anything?

The bigger they are the harder they fall

http://i.imgur.com/M29uz.gif

Edited By: Hpi_matrix on Jul 01, 2014 18:31
#15
Thanks
#16
sreddar
If it's anything like our local aldi the plants are always in poor condition because they don't water them.

yes my aldi are selling of there fruit trees reduced from £9.99 to £3.99 they were healthy looking but today saw a few looking withered,, re watering them i said same thing to staff member they said they arent allowed to water them during opening hours due to health and safety issues so i said well water them before opening the store.


Edited By: pawl on Jul 01, 2014 19:32
1 Like #17
rmtheatre
drogyev
speric07
Bobef90
totally concur - same at Wilkinsons.Sickening waster - all because the manager can't spare one person with a watering can for 5 minutes. Laughable.

No doubt it will be down to a fatty falling over on a wet tile and their public liability insurance no longer protecting them for watering plants.

is it well known because thin people never fall? pecker

Whats the weight of the person got to do with anything?


that was my point
#18
pawl
sreddar
If it's anything like our local aldi the plants are always in poor condition because they don't water them.

yes my aldi are selling of there fruit trees reduced from £9.99 to £3.99 they were healthy looking but today saw a few looking withered,, re watering them i said same thing to staff member they said they arent allowed to water them during opening hours due to health and safety issues so i said well water them before opening the store.


Or after then no customers are walking round water. H&S has gone flamin mad in this country.
#19
Hpi_matrix
rmtheatre
drogyev
speric07
Bobef90
totally concur - same at Wilkinsons.Sickening waster - all because the manager can't spare one person with a watering can for 5 minutes. Laughable.
No doubt it will be down to a fatty falling over on a wet tile and their public liability insurance no longer protecting them for watering plants.
is it well known because thin people never fall? pecker
Whats the weight of the person got to do with anything?
The bigger they are the harder they fallhttp://i.imgur.com/M29uz.gif

And the higher they bounce!

Edited By: speric07 on Jul 02, 2014 08:44
#20
Would love the fig one.

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