18 Perennial Plants delivered (not plugs) £24.99 Del at Sutton Seeds
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18 Perennial Plants delivered (not plugs) £24.99 Del at Sutton Seeds

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Found 3rd Mar
As all my bulbs are probably now ruined, here is an offer. Suttons seem to me to be really trying on price this year

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72 plugs from Thompson Morgan here

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£14.94 delivered
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10.5% TCB

I don't think this deal has been recognised for being as good as it really is - you're genuinely getting 18x 9" perennials that normally sell for £6.99-£7.99 each, ie the RRP £125 is true enough. You're saving £100! 18x 9" will be quite heavy as well - so the P&P is cheap, considering. Looks like a genuine sale @ cheapo price to reduce over-stock.

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Cracking deal.
Your bulbs won't be ruined! They'll cope with anything the UK weather can throw at them, the worst you might see is a spoiled daffodil if they were already in flower - but the bulb will be fine.
Expensive way to grow Foxgloves
Edited by: "nougat" 3rd Mar
nougat1 m ago

Expensive way to grow Foxgloves


yep last year I collected many thousands of foxglove seeds free of charge

all one colour, though - these look as if they might be a bit more interesting
Looks good. I have some empty large pots in my garden - do these just get planted in some compost, then it’s a case of just forget them and they flower each year?

How far apart should they be planted from each other?
nougat24 m ago

Expensive way to grow Foxgloves


"The lucky dip will contain 18 x 9cm potted plants of varieties such as digitalis, dianthus, achillea and much more! These overwintered perennials have a strong root system which can encourage first year flowering!"


Many perennials take over a year to start flowering if you grow them from seed.
Edited by: "Bluebella" 3rd Mar
Bluebella9 h, 45 m ago

"The lucky dip will contain 18 x 9cm potted plants of varieties such as …"The lucky dip will contain 18 x 9cm potted plants of varieties such as digitalis, dianthus, achillea and much more! These overwintered perennials have a strong root system which can encourage first year flowering!"Many perennials take over a year to start flowering if you grow them from seed.


Not too many people would call foxglove/ digitalis a perennial. Is it technically a perennial? - I don't think so. It's a bog standard biannual that you start off in year 1 then it flowers, sets seed & dies in year 2.
OK there is technically a perennial Digitalis - Digitalis grandiflora cultivars not the biennial D. purpurea.


However they need over-wintering in a greenhouse or indoors, apparently.


Should allow us to identify which Digitalis variety Sutton Seeds will send.
OK I have gone for it & will let you know what I get
my 10% @ TCB has tracked fine

I don't think this deal has been recognised for being as good as it really is - you're genuinely getting 18x 9" perennials that normally sell for £6.99-£7.99 each, ie the RRP £125 is true enough. You're saving £100! 18x 9" will be quite heavy as well - so the P&P is cheap, considering. Looks like a genuine sale @ cheapo price to reduce over-stock.
Thanks op!
Fabulous - ordered thanks so much OP!
luvsadealdealdeal4th Mar

my 10% @ TCB has tracked fineI don't think this deal has been recognised …my 10% @ TCB has tracked fineI don't think this deal has been recognised for being as good as it really is - you're genuinely getting 18x 9" perennials that normally sell for £6.99-£7.99 each, ie the RRP £125 is true enough. You're saving £100! 18x 9" will be quite heavy as well - so the P&P is cheap, considering. Looks like a genuine sale @ cheapo price to reduce over-stock.


It's 9cm not 9" ... quite a big difference.
benjus28 s ago

It's 9cm not 9" ... quite a big difference.


true enough
Arrived. Six different varieties. All healthy. pleased.
HugoSpinner6 m ago

Arrived. Six different varieties. All healthy. pleased.


Varieties?

Was it courier?

Mine were sent a couple of days ago, already had the post
33408714-Ld70E.jpgArrived within 5 days of ordering. Delivered by Royal Mail. Shall I put them in the raised bed or planter? I'd thought 40cm deep planter should be good enough for them.
luvsadealdealdeal17 h, 55 m ago

digitalis dalmation purple …digitalis dalmation purple x3http://www.suttons.co.uk/Gardening/Perennial+Plants/All+Perennial+Plants/Digitalis+Plant+-+Dalmation+Purple_244361.htm?gclid=EAIaIQobChMIsNSQw-Pf2QIVT7ftCh3KHgIbEAQYASABEgI77fD_BwEpenstemon electric blue x3http://www.suttons.co.uk/Gardening/Perennial+Plants/All+Perennial+Plants/Penstemon+Electric+Blue+_261295.htm#261295verbena boariensis x3http://www.suttons.co.uk/Gardening/Perennial+Plants/All+Perennial+Plants/Verbena+Bonariensis+P9_261330.htm#261330delphinium magic fountains mix x3http://www.suttons.co.uk/Gardening/Perennial+Plants/All+Perennial+Plants/Delphinium+Magic+Fountains+P9_261240.htm#261240aquilegia swan mix x3http://www.suttons.co.uk/Gardening/Perennial+Plants/All+Perennial+Plants/Aquilegia+Swan+Mixed+P9_261220.htm#261220knautia melton pastels x3http://www.suttons.co.uk/Gardening/Perennial+Plants/All+Perennial+Plants/Knautia+Melton+Pastels+P9+_261270.htm#261270


I had the same. Delivered by Postie. As above. I've put some in containers, but mostly in a raised bed.

Squirrels did for my hyacinths (ate the flowers) and the late snow killed a few other things, so am hoping I have better luck with this.
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