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Grow Your Own Bumper Pack £15 - includes fruit plants, bushes and seeds (£4.95 delivery)
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Grow Your Own Bumper Pack £15 - includes fruit plants, bushes and seeds (£4.95 delivery)

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Posted 21st Feb

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Grow your way to 5-a-day! Here’s everything you need to make sure you’re getting your five-a-day, fresh from the garden. Worth OVER £55 - NOW ONLY £15!

Enjoy home-grown treats that will be tastier than anything you could buy. They will be fresher and jam-packed full of nutrients, fibre and minerals – not to mention the enjoyment that sitting down to a home-grown meal can bring.

Your Grow Your Own Bumper Pack collection includes:

10 x Strawberry 'Elsanta' bare root plants,

3 x Raspberry 'Glen Ample' bare root canes,

1 x Blackcurrant 'Big Ben' bare root cane,

1 x 9cm potted Blueberry 'Bluecrop' plant,

1 x 100g packet incredicrop® plant food,

10 x Nurseryman's Choice Vegetable Seed Packets.

Grow Your Own Bumper Pack £56.84 NOW £15 - SAVE £41.84
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How do you get this? As you need to be a member
I can't see how to make it £15? Showing as full price.
Code is TM_TN1393W

Enter in the promotional code box in the basket
Edited by: "missymathmo" 21st Feb
I would advise caution on this. I bought a very similar bundle last year and only the strawberries bore fruit. The blueberry, and gooseberry plants didn't die straight away, but didn't do anything before giving up the ghost later in the year.

As all the other plants that I had grown that year were fine, I don't put it down to gardening skill
What do you need to go along with this so that birds or rats don’t eat the crops?
KittenFace21/02/2020 08:54

I would advise caution on this. I bought a very similar bundle last year …I would advise caution on this. I bought a very similar bundle last year and only the strawberries bore fruit. The blueberry, and gooseberry plants didn't die straight away, but didn't do anything before giving up the ghost later in the year.As all the other plants that I had grown that year were fine, I don't put it down to gardening skill


Might be why there so discounted.....can you recommend anything else?
wipe0wt209721/02/2020 08:54

What do you need to go along with this so that birds or rats don’t eat the …What do you need to go along with this so that birds or rats don’t eat the crops?


A fruit cage. If you want annual fruit it's a worthwhile investment.
My problem with T&M has been late delivery.
Edited by: "robatt" 21st Feb
wipe0wt209721/02/2020 08:55

Might be why there so discounted.....can you recommend anything else?


I've had good success with plants from B&Q, Homebase and Wilko not so much. There was a blackberry plant from Poundland that just grew and grew, so it's worth trying places you may not normally consider
They have small fruit trees every year in Poundstretchers and whenever the deal is posted the feedback is generally very positive
I bought a smilar set for similar price last year, had maybe like 30 strawberries, 20 rasberries - they flowered twice so had fruits twice in the year, instead of black currant there was a goose berry which also had up to 10 fruits, blueberry just showed some leaves, no fruits. The vegetables were poor, something like up to 10 seeds in a packet of pumpkins/tomatoes/cabbage and some more for radish, I think thats what ive got plus brussel sprouts that never appeared.
All in all, great starter pack, year later all bushes survived and almost doubled in size
wipe0wt209721/02/2020 08:54

What do you need to go along with this so that birds or rats don’t eat the …What do you need to go along with this so that birds or rats don’t eat the crops?


some bamboo canes and some garden netting for a cheap option
First_LastKbU21/02/2020 17:05

I bought a smilar set for similar price last year, had maybe like 30 …I bought a smilar set for similar price last year, had maybe like 30 strawberries, 20 rasberries - they flowered twice so had fruits twice in the year, instead of black currant there was a goose berry which also had up to 10 fruits, blueberry just showed some leaves, no fruits. The vegetables were poor, something like up to 10 seeds in a packet of pumpkins/tomatoes/cabbage and some more for radish, I think thats what ive got plus brussel sprouts that never appeared. All in all, great starter pack, year later all bushes survived and almost doubled in size


So worth it?
Imo yes
But, hmmmm wouldn’t £15 just get you all of this from a shop? I’d have bought but expired now
Yep, you could easily assemble similar set for this price. I recently moved to a place with a tiny garden and this was perfect, had no idea what to plant - so I liked the simplicity of it, and the quality was good and saved time from going shopping, searching etc.
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