150 spring-flowering bulbs for £5.65 at Thompson & Morgan
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150 spring-flowering bulbs for £5.65 at Thompson & Morgan

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Found 10th Sep 2017
Each collection includes:
6 Fritillaria meleagris
47 Allium moly
40 Brodiaea QF
36 Chionodoxa
6 Narcissus Tete a tete
15 Puschkinia

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Spotted in September Gardener's World.
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With postage £10.60
The £5.65 price is the postage. Should be £5.65 delivered.
Erinath4 m ago

The £5.65 price is the postage. Should be £5.65 delivered.



Ah... got it now. Thanks
Spring-flowering bulbs in September...................................... HAHA!
dewonderful7 h, 1 m ago

Spring-flowering bulbs in September...................................... …Spring-flowering bulbs in September...................................... HAHA!


That's why you are getting them for £5.65. Wait until December and these will be down to a Pound.

I won't be ordering from these guys again, but have some heat OP.
dewonderful8 h, 49 m ago

Spring-flowering bulbs in September...................................... …Spring-flowering bulbs in September...................................... HAHA!


Some will not give flowers if you don't bury the bulbs before winter falls.
liampooh54 m ago

Some will not give flowers if you don't bury the bulbs before winter falls.


Some bulbs and grass seeds need the temperature to rise by about 7 degrees before they start to grow, this is or rather used to be the change from winter to spring. If you plant bulbs or sow old grass seed and want it to germinate at other times of the year, put them in the freezer for a couple of days before sewing, this fools them as to the time of year and when they warm up, success. I know it sounds like bull-poo but it really does work.
Edited by: "pa55word123" 11th Sep 2017
pa55word1231 h, 12 m ago

Some bulbs and grass seeds need the temperature to rise by about 7 degrees …Some bulbs and grass seeds need the temperature to rise by about 7 degrees before they start to grow, this is or rather used to be the change from winter to spring. If you plant bulbs or sow old grass seed and want it to germinate at other times of the year, put them in the freezer for a couple of days before sewing, this fools them as to the time of year and when they warm up, success. I know it sounds like bull-poo but it really does work.

wow. I did not know that
jaykaygeetoo3 h, 54 m ago

That's why you are getting them for £5.65. Wait until December and these …That's why you are getting them for £5.65. Wait until December and these will be down to a Pound. I won't be ordering from these guys again, but have some heat OP.

why won't u buy from them again??
Thanks op,
Coffee1001 h, 31 m ago

why won't u buy from them again??


Ordered a couple of times:

First time ordered something which never grew (20 plug plants). All appeared to have some insect eating the plant, when the packaging was opened on the day of delivery. The didn't refund after promising, and I didn't chase.

Second time the delivery came in a mess. Send them the pictures, but they did not act after a couple of chase ups. It was only £19.99, so didn't think it was worth my time with any further action.

Of course I could get lucky 3rd time, but now I just go my local Garden Centre and pick stuff up as and when I need. No criticism to T&M. They might be good, just didnt work for me.
I bought plants from them a few times:
* Lavender plug plants (free plants paid postage) now doing well and got some flowers, I use them as a hedge around my front lawn.
* Summer bundle bulbs &
plug plants - most of the bulbs has grown and flowered, some were dead on arrival. Surprisingly the variety of Fuchsia in this bundle turned out to be very beautiful.
* Patio flowers - arrived in not very good condition but still alive.

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