I had the same. Delivered by Postie. As above. I've put some in containers, but mostly in a raised bed. Squirrels did for my hyacinths (ate the flowers) and the late snow killed a few other things, so am hoping I have better luck with this.
digitalis dalmation purple x3 http://www.suttons.co.uk/Gardening/Perennial+Plants/All+Perennial+Plants/Digitalis+Plant+-+Dalmation+Purple_244361.htm?gclid=EAIaIQobChMIsNSQw-Pf2QIVT7ftCh3KHgIbEAQYASABEgI77fD_BwE penstemon electric blue x3 http://www.suttons.co.uk/Gardening/Perennial+Plants/All+Perennial+Plants/Penstemon+Electric+Blue+_261295.htm#261295 verbena boariensis x3 http://www.suttons.co.uk/Gardening/Perennial+Plants/All+Perennial+Plants/Verbena+Bonariensis+P9_261330.htm#261330 delphinium magic fountains mix x3 http://www.suttons.co.uk/Gardening/Perennial+Plants/All+Perennial+Plants/Delphinium+Magic+Fountains+P9_261240.htm#261240 aquilegia swan mix x3 http://www.suttons.co.uk/Gardening/Perennial+Plants/All+Perennial+Plants/Aquilegia+Swan+Mixed+P9_261220.htm#261220 knautia melton pastels x3 http://www.suttons.co.uk/Gardening/Perennial+Plants/All+Perennial+Plants/Knautia+Melton+Pastels+P9+_261270.htm#261270
Arrived within 5 days of ordering. Delivered by Royal Mail. Shall I put them in the raised bed or planter? I'd thought 40cm deep planter should be good enough for them.
Varieties? Was it courier? :) Mine were sent a couple of days ago, already had the post
Arrived. Six different varieties. All healthy. pleased.
540 plug plants for £39.00 in Dobies Spring Planner https://www.dobies.co.uk/Request+a+Catalogue/Product+Detail/Dobies+Spring+Planner+2018+Catalogue_CD-FEB.htm
You could buy them and give what you don’t need to your neighbours
Be aware, 540 plug plants is one hell of a lot of plants to process in the short space of time - like from the point of getting dispatch confirmation, them arriving, and then having to be potted on into 70mm pots before the plugs die. Also be aware that if potted on into 70mm pots it works out, if my calculations are correct, to 2.64 metres squared of greenhouse bench space required. That's about 60 foot of 6 inch shelving! I buy plug plants and find they always turn up at inconvenient times when I need to be doing other things. The most I've ever had to deal with was 72 at one time and that takes a good couple of hours by the time I've sorted pots, made bench space, mixed up compost and actually planted them. That said I was briefly tempted by this deal, but I don't need that many bedding plants and I don't have time or space to process them anyway. Still a great deal if you have the time and space in your greenhouse.
Thanks @HugoSpinner , that's a pretty decent price for that many
here 10% topcashback
Mine was also received today and also happy with it. I received the same as saintagnes but had mixed perennial plants rather than foxgloves.
Received today, same as you. 10 packets of seeds, tomatoes chilli's mix of veg and garden flowers 18 peat pellets 5 jiffy complete windowsill growing kits 2 big reels of gardening wire slug traps 6 foxgloves Seed tin Jug 2 plastic medium trugs 2 large herb growing bags Bos kneeler Ladies leather gardening gloves Very happy with this, thanks again. Now, where's that sunshine........
2 plastic medium trugs 2 large herb growing bags Bos kneeler Ladies leather gardening gloves Seed tin 6 ready to plant perennials 18 peat pellets 10 packets of seeds, tomatoes chilli's mix of veg and garden flowers Couple of trays to grow stuff in Plastic weed carry bin thing PLus a few other bits i haven't got to look at yet. I'm happy with all that for £25 we'll use it all! Does seem to have some similar bits between the packs but then other bits that are different
Parcel arrived today. 10 packets of seeds, tomatoes chilli's mix of veg and garden flowers 18 peat pellets 5 jiffy complete windowsill growing kits 2 big reels of gardening wire slug traps 6 ready to plant perennials Seed tin Jug 2 plastic medium trugs 2 large herb growing bags Bos kneeler Ladies leather gardening gloves Very pleased with my parcel. I wasn't expecting proper sized ready to plant perennials. It was voted cold which was a shame because this is good value and a proper deal. Specially if you used the code which got you an extra 10% off.
Thanks saintagnes, I'll post what I receive when it arrives.
Heat because you just thanked a monkey's arse!
Those sprouts are huge
Hmm. My raised bed is 4 x 2m, stupid size really but I built it. I was tempted to get an old tent frame off ebay and then cover it with clear film of some kind.
This Vs English Wind?
Delivery is £4.99 but code SUTXMAS17 gives you a fiver off anyway
Mine are doing okay. Peach Tree is struggling with leaf curl, I had one peach that grew around 1" in size before dropping off due to the leaf curl. The tree was covers in blossom earlier in the year and looked fantastic. My apples are doing very well and have fruit (the I have thinned right down). Pear is okay, suffering a little with a currently unidentified leaf problem, several black spots forming. Some blossom, but no fruit. The tree was poorly pruned in the nursery, and will require lots of work before I will let it fruit. Plum tree is doing great, no fruit or blossom this year, but hope for a couple next year.
How are your trees this year? Anyone else able to update too? This year we bought 3 bare root fruit trees back in early April (plum, pear and apple) from Amazon for about £15 delivered. Pear is really flourishing, plum grew a bit and seems to have slowed down with leaf development and apple was a twig at the start but there are about 30 leaves on them now. All are growing but at different rates. Do fruit trees typically flower/fruit in their 1st year? Any pictures people can share from their fruit trees from last year? :D
Except Avalon dead and sharon still hibernating, other trees either grow flowers (Peche de Vigne) or leaves (plums and gauges). Hope some of them can bear some fruits this year :D .
Not long now till our trees will awaken again for their first full year. Have just sprinkled a bit of Blood Fish and Bone around the base of mine and tickled it in a little to stop it all blowing away. Expecting some good growth this year. How did everyone's trees overwinter? It has been a stormy cold winter.
My plum seems to have died off unfortunately, despite my best efforts. I'll replace it soon I think, I'm not sure whether to plant another plum or something esle.
https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/floral-fusions-1p-delivery-sutton-seeds-2479340 posted a couple of days ago
great find, thanks
They show a 1p on the corner...........1.99 p&p so totals £2.02 have ordered mine x
Looks like a bargain, you have to add them to your basket to get them for 1p a pack as they are listed as £5.99 each
Thank you just ordered
Thank you for sharing. Just ordered. Great offer.
I cant find them!
Ive tried micmic7 cant seem to get a direct link to the rose sale page i got sent by email.
fix link please
Sorry not really sure, I had the window open whilst I was typing the hotukdeal post and when I went back to the product pages to check the link the delivery cost appeared to be £0.00. I cannot confirm as I purchased with the £4.99 delivery.
can't get the free delivery can you please confirm how to get it. thanks
heat added just did this and it worked...... only thing i couldent get was the free p&p... but still a good deal...
They are a reasonable price for 2 decent size plug plants delivered, but I don't believe they were ever worth the original price of £13.98 delivered oO If you have space on a windowsill you can grow them easily from seed ....and they grow really quickly too. Seed can be bought on ebay for less than £1.50. But as these plug plants go, if you don't have the set up for growing seeds they seem a reasonable deal, and lots of fun to grow :)
absolute bargain , thanks suttons seeds
Do you send to Ireland please,and how much do I pay.
Excellent offer, thank you.
thank you, just ordered, heat added
Thank you. Code worked, very pleased.
Even at £4.99 postage this is a bargain. I love the seed tapes. So much quicker and way more accurate that hand sowing. I have just bought this
Sorry about that. The email said £1.99. I will delete this post until they correct the mistake.
Showing as £4.99 postage.
Well anyone who gets a voucher and does not want to use it I would appreciate it :)
I had a refund via Paypal today but have heard absolutely nothing from Suttons. I'm not really bothered about the voucher offer, but I do think it should have been a priority for them to inform Customers as quickly as possible. Unfortunately I have been at the wrong end of a number of misprices (one of the perils of using HUKD) and as yet none of the organisations concerned has handled them particularly well, but to receive no information at all 2 days after the order was placed is unforgivable.
Shame I missed out but got some free cash so not all bad.
Cancelled mine too, not interested in their goodwill gesture, have ended up paying £5.98 for a £0.99 packet of seeds I ordered alongside and which are now showing as despatched !
Not really, they will both be from the same piece of data. You wouldn't pay someone to manually calculate the percentage discount on every item.
That's true, but if like my local Wilkos (large seed trays 25p, packet of 20 veg seeds £1 etc.) you're going to have to spend a lot of time checking, I think last year I went to Wilkos 4 or 5 times during the sell off season, and they had different items on offer each time. If you live within short walking distance and can check regularly, Wilkos is the way to go otherwise, this seems a reasonable offer. mike
not a bad offer. Tbh though you could probably do this for a lot less if you do the garden clearance at wilko etc seeds can be as little as 10p a pack.
Plus £4.99 delivery!!
if you bought those big pots in poundland it would cost £6 for 30 (bad quality in there too) if the seeds were £1.50 each that's £15 of seeds and you can get 25 small pots on ebay for about £6-7
Nice wee collection.
I'm a keen gardener but don't think that many people would need a thousand bedding plants esp. if they need greenhouse space till after the last frost.
Will be mostly the ones they can't sell. I.e. the ones you won't want to grow, are difficult to grow, are not suitable for planting until next year, or aren't that interesting or useful once grown.
4.99 delivery also 8.4% tcb