Miracle-Gro - Flower magic: Flower seeds, feed & coir (All in one flower mix) £2 @ B&Q online & in-store
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Miracle-Gro - Flower magic: Flower seeds, feed & coir (All in one flower mix) £2 @ B&Q online & in-store

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Found 17th Sep 2017Edited by:"jennalous_titch"
Miracle-Gro Flower Magic Multi-Coloured Mix Jug, 1 kg

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£2 I found in-store Aberdeen, but it is also on the website for C&C. Says £8 down to £2, but online says £6 down to £2.... either way a bargain, although Aberdeen seems to be fibbing -_-

  • Up to 29 flower seed varieties including natural pollinating plants - listed and pictured are:
- June/July: marigold, california poppy, alyssum, morning glory, toadflax, viscaria
- Late bloomers July/August: stock, californian bluebell, zinna, godetia, Canfyfruit, cromos

  • Easy all in one mix of multi-coloured flower seeds, feed and coir
  • Enriched with Miracle-Gro Plant food which feeds up to 4 months
  • Height range of plants 20-50 cm
  • Flower Magic can be used from April onwards; sow when risk of frost has passed. Flowers bloom from June to October.


Product Information:
Covers 4m2
Planting Season: March - June

Features and Benefits:
- Beds, borders & containers
- Sow when the risk of frost has passed, between March and June, for flowers between June and October.

WHERE TO USE
For use in beds, borders and containers

HOW OFTEN TO APPLY
Feeds plants for up to 4 months

HOW TO USE
Simply choose an area with moist soil and good natural light, remove any weeds and then rake over the soil lightly.Sprinkle the mix evenly over the soil. Remember, the flower seeds are tiny so they will be invisible in the soil. What you will see is the plant food granules, so use these to help you apply the mix - each granule should be approximately 1.5cm apart when applied correctlyWater it in gently until the soil turns dark brown, then just let the Miracle-Gro ingredients do the rest… The shredded coir compost will protect the seeds in the soil, giving them the best environment in which to grow. The slow release plant food will then feed the seedlings for up to four months, keeping your flowers strong and healthy. All you need to do is keeping watering. The clever coir compost will even tell you when to do this - it will turn light brown when you need to add more water and dark brown once you’ve watered it enough.2792301.jpg
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Split some on my garden trousers.... round my tiddly bits.........sadly only the bush grew and not the beat
and two veg....oh well
Edited by: "cburns" 17th Sep 2017
Great stuff used it this year and gave a great display
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prash_2k5 h, 24 m ago

Great stuff used it this year and gave a great display


aww I can't wait. obviously missed the sowing this year, might make a start inside until they're ready next year... or just have a wait as I got loads of bulbs to plant; not knowing they'll also need to wait.
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cburns5 h, 53 m ago

Split some on my garden trousers.... round my tiddly bits.........sadly …Split some on my garden trousers.... round my tiddly bits.........sadly only the bush grew and not the beat and two veg....oh well


comment of the day! haha.
no wilko in Aberdeen according to the store locator?
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red2322 m ago

no wilko in Aberdeen according to the store locator?


nah, says falkirk?
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red2327 m ago

no wilko in Aberdeen according to the store locator?


wait... wth? it's b&q... not WILKO? I have no idea how that showed in my title as it was originally just "miracle gro - flower magic flower seed, feed & coir £2"

no idea how "@wilko" showed in that title? I've edited it back now. thanks for saying something.
Edited by: "jennalous_titch" 17th Sep 2017
jennalous_titch1 h, 4 m ago

wait... wth? it's b&q... not WILKO? I have no idea how that showed in my …wait... wth? it's b&q... not WILKO? I have no idea how that showed in my title as it was originally just "miracle gro - flower magic flower seed, feed & coir £2" no idea how "@wilko" showed in that title? I've edited it back now. thanks for saying something.


no problem
Same price in poundland
Edited by: "yeni1210" 18th Sep 2017
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yeni121046 m ago

Same price in poundland

ooo not bad! wait... shouldn't it be £1, if it's in there? Or has Poundland deviated from their company statement/name? I haven't been in Poundland for a LONG time; if you can't tell
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