Sankey Ascot Black Plant Pot - 300mm - 10p @ Wickes (Free C&C)
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Sankey Ascot Black Plant Pot - 300mm - 10p @ Wickes (Free C&C)

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Found 10th Mar
At 10p a piece, hard to go wrong in my humble view. Time to plant something nice

Product attributes
  • Diameter: 300 mm
  • Height:240 mm
  • Material:Plastic
  • Colour:Black
  • Brand Name:Sankey

Features & benefits
  • Made in the UK
  • Made from recycled materials
  • Lightweight and easy to carry
  • UV resistant plastic

Hope it helps someone.
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Great find! I have pots on my list; sowed my courgettes, tomatoes, cucumbers and peppers today, hoping for a bumper harvest this year
Ilikehotdeals145 s ago

Great find! I have pots on my list; sowed my courgettes, tomatoes, …Great find! I have pots on my list; sowed my courgettes, tomatoes, cucumbers and peppers today, hoping for a bumper harvest this year


Nice one - I have such a tiny garden, I am debating if its worth the effort to even try - any suggestions?
Delivery is ridiculous
matwalaboy2 m ago

Nice one - I have such a tiny garden, I am debating if its worth the …Nice one - I have such a tiny garden, I am debating if its worth the effort to even try - any suggestions?


Courgettes ! In a pot, get a good crop without too much effort. Good starting point.
noort811 m ago

Delivery is ridiculous


Always has been with Wickes, I am afraid. It has to be C&C otherwise its pointless, unless ofcourse you were buying items of more than £75.
LadyPen2 m ago

Courgettes ! In a pot, get a good crop without too much effort. Good …Courgettes ! In a pot, get a good crop without too much effort. Good starting point.


Thanks, will give it a go.
matwalaboy12 m ago

Nice one - I have such a tiny garden, I am debating if its worth the …Nice one - I have such a tiny garden, I am debating if its worth the effort to even try - any suggestions?


I think what put me off was thinking I had to use all the seeds in the pack, I’ve done a couple of each, everything will end up in pots even when fully grown as I don’t have soil. Another good one is radishes; they grow quick and you can plonk them in the same pot as other things while that grows. Just buy some seeds, keep them indoors till it starts hitting about 60 degrees and most things will be happy outside after that. If it doesn’t grow then try something next year xxx

I’m trying to use my vertical space this year... just need this wind to bloody stop!

Best of luck lovely
Ilikehotdeals157 s ago

I think what put me off was thinking I had to use all the seeds in the …I think what put me off was thinking I had to use all the seeds in the pack, I’ve done a couple of each, everything will end up in pots even when fully grown as I don’t have soil. Another good one is radishes; they grow quick and you can plonk them in the same pot as other things while that grows. Just buy some seeds, keep them indoors till it starts hitting about 60 degrees and most things will be happy outside after that. If it doesn’t grow then try something next year xxx I’m trying to use my vertical space this year... just need this wind to bloody stop! Best of luck lovely


Thanks - some really useful tips there - and yes its been damn windy - was hoping to clean up today but boy was it miserable outside to even dare venturing !
Would be great deal if they had any stock in the country. I ordered 3 at Christmas and stock checker said they had 12 available but still got a call to say none available, website inaccurate.
It lets you order a lot if you get delivered. Great if you starting afresh in your garden. I paid 2.99 for one recently.
matwalaboy3 h, 3 m ago

Nice one - I have such a tiny garden, I am debating if its worth the …Nice one - I have such a tiny garden, I am debating if its worth the effort to even try - any suggestions?


Tomatoes are the easiest, Yellow cherry tomatoes are the nicest by far
amazon.co.uk/gp/…c=1

Maybe buy one of those four shelf Grow houses like this
ebay.co.uk/itm…649


Then all you'll need is a grow bag (usually a couple of quid) and some tomato food


A bit of outlay with the grow house but it should last a few years
InTheKnow4442 m ago

Tomatoes are the easiest, Yellow cherry tomatoes are the nicest by …Tomatoes are the easiest, Yellow cherry tomatoes are the nicest by farhttps://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B00CKCLK9Q/ref=ox_sc_act_title_1?smid=A3I67ZTHBXGEGG&psc=1Maybe buy one of those four shelf Grow houses like thishttps://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/4-Tier-Mini-Greenhouse-PVC-Cover-Garden-Grow-House-Four-Shelves-Roll-Door/143100242833?ssPageName=STRK:MEBIDX:IT&_trksid=p2057872.m2749.l2649Then all you'll need is a grow bag (usually a couple of quid) and some tomato food A bit of outlay with the grow house but it should last a few years


Thanks a bunch
matwalaboy15 m ago

Thanks a bunch



Honestly, grow about 10 from seed (indoors) pick the best 3 and pop em in that grow house and throughout July/August/September, you'll have that many you'll be giving them away

if you don't grow them from seed, they'll cost about £1:50 each from a garden centre but sometimes, they don't stock them until May

I grow 18 plants a year

PS: Find a good bird feather then when they flower, you can cross pollinate them it to increase your crop.
And Marigold plants are super easy to grow in trays also.
if you plant them amongst your Tomatoes, they deter greenfly.
Nice spot! Only 1 in stock and that's over 30 miles away from me! Heat anyway!
Ilikehotdeals19 h, 45 m ago

Great find! I have pots on my list; sowed my courgettes, tomatoes, …Great find! I have pots on my list; sowed my courgettes, tomatoes, cucumbers and peppers today, hoping for a bumper harvest this year


I did the same but with easier to grow plants. Had some balconi yellows and a variety of basil.
I could never get courgettes and cucs to grow on my windowsill in London (morning sun) I have already given up.
InTheKnow4446 h, 28 m ago

if you plant them amongst your Tomatoes, they deter greenfly.


perhaps outdoors, indoors they dont really work. If you get greenfly its going to stick to the toms.
A drop of Fairy liquid in a spray gun usually does the trick
Not that I went to horticultural college or anything like that.
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