Thompson & Morgan 48 plug plants for 48p (plus £4.95 P&P) - £5.43
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Thompson & Morgan 48 plug plants for 48p (plus £4.95 P&P) - £5.43

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Found 25th May 2017
One penny per plant seems about a cheap as it's ever going to get. My view is that it's fairly late in the season and they have stock left which they need to get rid of. Spring has been quite good this year, and these should come on quick and flower later into the Autumn - especially good if we get late frosts which we have done in recent years.
There doesn't seem to be a limit either for the plants so you could order a few.

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Enjoy our great-value Summer Colour Collection that is guaranteed to add colour to your garden! In this collection you will receive a mixture of at least 4 different varieties of annual plants.

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Be prepared to wait a long time for delivery and a virtually non existing customer care if something goes wrong or delays
the code does not seem to work ?
anthony712

the code does not seem to work ?



Agreed!
Same code does not work
code doesn't work
Works now. Try again and top cashback
Or you can always phone the order in and it will work over the phone.
Works for me might be did mine in all upper case
It definitely wasn't​ working earlier, but is now.
Got to be worth a fiver...
what is a plug plant? does it mean these are tiny? And second question how can they drop it from nearly £50 to 48p?
Couple of weeks ago I bought the 72 "mixed selection" plug plants for £6.50 that was on Hot Deals. They took about 5 days to arrive. They were mostly begonias and not in very good condition. Planted them into pots and watered but frankly they look like the stuff you would throw away, and next week I probably will.
smudge92

what is a plug plant? does it mean these are tiny? And second question … what is a plug plant? does it mean these are tiny? And second question how can they drop it from nearly £50 to 48p?



Yes, plug plants will be small and will probably need putting in slightly bigger pots until big enough to go in their final place.
See
http://www.thompson-morgan.com/how-we-grow-and-send-your-plants

And as for the price, they were never going to be worth £50, they always have offers on.
Camiano

Couple of weeks ago I bought the 72 "mixed selection" plug plants for … Couple of weeks ago I bought the 72 "mixed selection" plug plants for £6.50 that was on Hot Deals. They took about 5 days to arrive. They were mostly begonias and not in very good condition. Planted them into pots and watered but frankly they look like the stuff you would throw away, and next week I probably will.



I've had a similar issue once before, called them, and they refunded me straight away without any problem.
Actually, my almost dead begonias came to life eventually and did quite well. Took a while though!
Edited by: "phil001" 25th May 2017
a6unx

Be prepared to wait a long time for delivery and a virtually non existing … Be prepared to wait a long time for delivery and a virtually non existing customer care if something goes wrong or delays



​Agreed. Customer service is worse I've dealt with for years, if you can get hold of them.
phil001

Yes, plug plants will be small and will probably need putting in slightly … Yes, plug plants will be small and will probably need putting in slightly bigger pots until big enough to go in their final place.Seehttp://www.thompson-morgan.com/how-we-grow-and-send-your-plantsAnd as for the price, they were never going to be worth £50, they always have offers on.


Thanks for replying, not sure ill risk buying these as i'm sure slugs and snails would have a field day.
The code on the page only applies against 1 set of plants, so you'd still be paying the £47.92 per set of plants after that - unless anyone else can provide another code other than what is there (TNE1052Z). I was going to buy a few sets for the flower bed at the end of the street, but I guess I'll wait until my seedlings get a little bigger.
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