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Kids 'Suttons seeds' gardening kits only 35p @ Sainsburys. Instore. Should be national.
Kids 'Suttons seeds' gardening kits only 35p @ Sainsburys. Instore. Should be national.

Kids 'Suttons seeds' gardening kits only 35p @ Sainsburys. Instore. Should be national.

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Sainsburys have reduced there kids 'Suttons seeds' gardening kits down to just 35p for a 'fairy garden' 'butterflies and bees' or 'my first garden' kit which includes everything you need to get started (propagator, magic peat pellets, instruction booklet, plant markers, pencil, magnifying glass and tape measure). They also have a 'wildlife attracting flowers propagator kit' for just 25p. Seems like it'd be a fun summer activity for the kids

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I am pretty sure the time to sow these is long past which will lead to disappointed kids.

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IamMT

I am pretty sure the time to sow these is long past which will lead to … I am pretty sure the time to sow these is long past which will lead to disappointed kids.


Can be sown April/May or June/July

Hot my nephew is 18months old and loves the allotment!

mrszcm

Can be sown April/May or June/July

Not according to this blurb on the Fairy stuff:

"Grow your own Fairy Garden for the fairies and elves to enjoy, with this Fun To Grow children's seed pack. The pack contains an easy-to-grow annual flower seed mixture, a propagator with lid, drip tray and compacted peat in the form of 'magic blocks' which expand when watered. This Fairy Garden pack contains cute fairy stickers to attach to straws that provide extra interest while the seeds germinate. And there are great fun flower facts included to add extra interest as you watch your fairy garden grow! Plant seeds: March - May Plants will flower: July - September "

I always buy at this time of year for next year, saves a fortune

I'll pop down to my local tomorrow to see if they have any

Brought last week for 70p thought that was a bargain

I nearly bought some in mine the other day but then realised we'd have to wait til next year to sow. Good if you're happy to hold onto them, though. And not exactly a large item
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