Just purchased this - beautiful!
not worth it
Yep - my local garden centre is always 3 for £10 Errrrrrrrm....what happened to your clothes?
cold from me too as it's only £7.20 for 2 x 100L bags of Arthur Bowers compost at Makro (that includes the VAT as well)
£6 for 125L of compost from B&Q so cold from me.
Thanks for adding that CAYAY.
if you have a gardencentergroup store near you a click and collect is available free of charge and pick which week in spring you want them delivered
Nice plants but £7.99 delivery has put me off.:(
Madness, but i like it! Heat added :p
is it liquid plant Food
Got excited when I saw this in gardening centre today...then saw it was 0%!
Bought last weekend at Bristol Keynsham outlet.
A rich spicy fruit drink, delicious served warm. Ideal as a non-alcoholic winter punch, gently warm in a pan and serve or serve in a mug and microwave for a lovely winter warmer. Try mixing with red wine and warming gently for a quick and easy alternative to mulled wine.
It's available in all the Garden Centre Group nationwide.
I'm no expert,I was giving a reason as to why I thought the cold votes.
Well noted, it would be great if folk actually compared like with like rather than Home with the "real" jars. As you so correctly point out, the Home version is *not* the same. So come on people, give this the hot votes it deserves. :)
It's worth noting that the candles in Asda are slightly different. They are part of the 'Simply Home' range, and the candles are smaller (they also have a different range of fragrances). So these large jars from the standard range are 623g (22oz), while the large jars in Asda are only 538g (19oz).
There have been a lot of cheap deals lately for them,ten pounds at Debenhams,12.97 at Asda.
Me neither, unless it's because you actually have to go to the garden centre and buy it! - I voted hot
B&Q have 125L multi-purpose at £6, so no deal here...
These are 60l bags and are in store only. I bought 6 yesterday.
These are 60l bags and are in store only. I bought 6 yesterday.
its the 35lt one is £3.49
is this still going that's well cheap wondering if they post?
I can confirm that all the christmas YC and xmas gift sets are half price. Treated myself to a large one and a gift set of three small jars. House is smelling fanstatic. This deserves more heat, have never bought a large YC for under a tenner before.
Great find if nationwide as they are a very large garden centre group. Will phone my local later and post the results - I'm in Berkshire. UPDATE - have spoken with my local (Wyevale in Binfield) and it does appear to be nationwide and apparently only for the YC Christmas items.
Went today and both bags are actually 60L. The New Horizon stuff is Which best buy, not sure if that's a deciding factor or not. If anyone else interested, you can also get BOGOF on chicken manure pellets - £13.99 for 2x10kg tubs, I was going to get a bulk 20kg bag of ebay but postage adds quite a bit. Also, BOGOF on cuprinol Ducksback Shed and Fence treatment which I was also looking for, works out at £14.99 for 2 5l tins, I was about to get 2 for £22 from Tesco... might be worth a post on it's own perhaps? Good trip all round, was expecting the place to be expensive for other things.
I think they have to belong the the Wyvale Group - mine is called "Rowena". This is a list of all centres Your text here It is both - but the New Horizon bags are only 50L
This link has it on, but suggests it's the New Horizon brand...http://www.thegardencentregroup.co.uk/gardening-club-offers/april12/gyo Either way, thanks for posting.
Thanks OP, could you tell me more? Is it any of the stores on that website, or just the ones branded Wyevale?
Not as bad as fat birds with balls! oO
I've got Fat Balls for birds and I'm cheep
" Fat balls for birds". Rearrange into a well known phrase or saying.........;)
tasty. what percentage of these suet cakes is bird?
I also contributed to the survey and had about the same result.This year i have had some lesser known species in the garden like linnets and redpolls etc.I feed a variety of different foods and make my own bird cake from peanut butter and lard.I also add loads of different ingredients depending on what i have on hand.I do have trouble with sparrow hawks but when you have so many birds visiting the garden theres not allot that can be done.
I would have to say that this is surely better than no feed at all, especially at this time of year? We have used this before and the birds are quite happy with it. We do also have other feed such as peanuts, sunflower hearts, sunflowers seeds (these last two are very popular), niger seed (siskins love this), suet nibbles, robin mix, fatt balls, home made treats, various other types of seed mixes, mealworms etc., etc. We have around 15 separate feeders containing a combination of the above (separate, not together) and yes, in a sense, you're right that to get a large variety of birds you need to put out all types of food. But when we first started the mix I've posted above went down very well with all sorts of birds. They ate it - and have only now moved on to other, probably favoured food, since we have widened our selection. But they still go back to this all the time. This 'hobby' can get expensive and so the deal above is a very good way of people getting into birds for minimal cost. I fail to see, bearing in mind what I just said, how using this is worse than using nothing? You'll see from the peanut butter thread/post that I've bought quite a few jars for bird purposes - mixed with suet and various seeds, plus cheap dried fruit goes down very well indeed. It doesn't have to be expensive - just read up about it and people will soon realise that there's all sorts you can do quite cheaply to help birds. We're just about to put out 5 bird camera boxes, plus another 10 other boxes - now is the time that they start looking for nesting places for the spring broods. At the last bird count poll a couple of weeks ago, we had over 20 different types of birds within one hour - but for us that is normal as we're constantly keeping the food, and variety, up to date so they keep coming back - as, it seems, do many of their friends, not to mention the pesky squirrels! But we feed them separately. We regularly have all manner of t its, robins, nuthatches, woodpeckers, wrens, various martens, siskins (not seen these for a while though - maybe migrated?), blackbirds, thrushes and many more - my wife is the expert. To summarise, this seed is an excellent starter for feeding birds and the porceline feeders available at Aldi for £3.99 are a bargain - most places sell them for £10 - £13 each, and they're generally squirrel proof. Oh yes, and we get pigeons, magpies, rooks, ravens, crows, jays..............................................
I don't suppose there is much you can do to get rid of the pigeons but keep the other birds?
This type of wild bird seed mix is cheap and full of wheat, oats and corn.Mostly only fit for pigeons and pheasants.You need superior seed mix to attract a variety of birds to your garden.Good seed mix contains lots of peanut nibbles and more varieties of seed.
Good price May have a little trip to the Warrington Store. Thanks
Yes it is.
Is it this one: http://www.amazon.co.uk/Faithfull-SNOWH-Plastic-Shovel-Handle/dp/B004ISZV86/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1328553606&sr=8-1
hot more snow forecast next weekend oO
There are a lot of uk locations.
You have to have one near you or pay P&P. They are only in a few locations in England....
http://www.google.co.uk/m/search?site=images&source=mog&hl=en&gl=uk&client=safari&q=gardman%20growhouse&sa=N#i=15 a link to an image of the grow house.
No, it's a mini greenhouse. Wooden frame, polycarbonate glazing. Very sturdy.