EverGreen 7 kg Complete 4-in-1 Lawn Care Bag £5 Add-on Item @ Amazon
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EverGreen 7 kg Complete 4-in-1 Lawn Care Bag £5 Add-on Item @ Amazon

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Found 10th Aug
EverGreen complete 4-in-1 feeds your lawn whilst also working to kill weeds and control moss. The WaterSmart formula helps to protect against heat, drought and other stresses. Your lawn will be greener in 1 week, the moss will blacken and need to be raked out after 2 weeks and full weed control will take 3 to 5 weeks. For best results, recommend applying using an EverGreen or scotts spreader to ensure even coverage is achieved. Apply to your lawn from April to September.



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1 x 200m sq. bag of ever green complete
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Can it be used on straw grass?
Bargain but Add-on, so you have to spend £20 to get this bargain (even for prime)
As per usual with Amazon they are price matching on this occasion it’sWilco’s!
Edited by: "jona77" 10th Aug
My lawn care happened yesterday when it was raining. My lawn got plenty of water then.
Edited by: "samirahman3" 10th Aug
mymymy25 m ago

Can it be used on straw grass?


No. Unless you get rain to green your straw.
hash4725 m ago

Bargain but Add-on, so you have to spend £20 to get this bargain (even for …Bargain but Add-on, so you have to spend £20 to get this bargain (even for prime)



Buy 4 and keep some as spare?
Thanks, ordered 6 bags. Should last a while!

I also used this link to get £5 free bonus on Amazon when topping up my account with £25 credit - amazon.co.uk/b?i…031
SomebodE8 m ago

Buy 4 and keep some as spare?


No reason why not. It'll keep fine as long as it's kept cool and dry. I topped up last year when Asda had big bags for £4. Too good to miss so I've got a wheelie bin half full of the stuff.
SomebodE15 m ago

Buy 4 and keep some as spare?



If it's in a poly bag it should be OK but it does collect moisture from the air and turns into something unusable with surprising speed too. A box of it without a bag bought now will likely have gone off by the Spring.
says price is £12.35
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Thoughtful29 m ago

If it's in a poly bag it should be OK but it does collect moisture from …If it's in a poly bag it should be OK but it does collect moisture from the air and turns into something unusable with surprising speed too. A box of it without a bag bought now will likely have gone off by the Spring.


In the past I have found the same. kept it from the previouse year and when I cam to use it it was like a solid brick.
Yes, the stuff in the plastic bags tends to keep much better but if it’s not that, empty into a plastic sealed tub does the trick
Edited by: "SomebodE" 10th Aug
I use the “Really Useful” crates
£2.99 for 5.25kg @ Tesco if you can find any.
I bought a load end of last year as it was cheap thinking it would keep, full lot went off, it had changed to a dark colour and when I used it this year April it didn’t do a thing, maybe the nutrients had went off, not sure. It’s why they flog it cheap to get rid of it. They would just keep it themselves if not and sell full whack next year. Last year when I used some when I first bought it , it worked well.
crazy_b3 h, 43 m ago

I bought a load end of last year as it was cheap thinking it would keep, …I bought a load end of last year as it was cheap thinking it would keep, full lot went off, it had changed to a dark colour and when I used it this year April it didn’t do a thing, maybe the nutrients had went off, not sure. It’s why they flog it cheap to get rid of it. They would just keep it themselves if not and sell full whack next year. Last year when I used some when I first bought it , it worked well.


Not had that problem with my stocks - not yet anyway. The reason they all want to dump it at the end of the season is the lack of storage space. Supermarkets live from hand to mouth these days with very little stock held on site. Central stores are the same with seasonal products continually changing, so the cheapest option is to sell it off.
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