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Vegetable Planting Bag with Side Window £5.50/ £7.49 Delivered From Groupon
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Vegetable Planting Bag with Side Window £5.50/ £7.49 Delivered From Groupon

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Ideal for use in the garden or patio, these planting bags are breathable and suitable for planting potatoes, carrots or other veggies, if your just starting out and don't have much room these aren't bad plus potatoes are easy to grow. £5.50 each plus £1.99 Delivery



Product Details
  • Flexible design
  • Anti-corrosion
  • Moisture-proof
  • Breathable
  • Excellent for planting potatoes, carrots, onions, and many other vegetables
  • Sturdy fabric grow bag, good for a long-time use
  • Breathable window design on the side that can be opened and closed easily
  • Designed with handles making it convenient for moving the bag around
  • Material: non-woven fabrics
  • Capacity: 7 gallons
  • Item weight: 150g
  • Dimensions: 30cm x 35cm/11.81’’ x 13.78’’
  • Package weight: 151g
  • Package dimensions: 30cm x 18cm x 2cm/11.81’’ x 7.09’’ x 0.79’’


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These are brilliant and perfect if it’s your first time growing potatoes. Literally fill half with soil, pop a few potatoes in and cover with a few inches, in a few months you’ll have lovely ‘tatoes! Only downside is they dry out quite quickly if kept in full sun
sergy2k01/04/2020 09:08

These are brilliant and perfect if it’s your first time growing potatoes. L …These are brilliant and perfect if it’s your first time growing potatoes. Literally fill half with soil, pop a few potatoes in and cover with a few inches, in a few months you’ll have lovely ‘tatoes! Only downside is they dry out quite quickly if kept in full sun


I've just throw my old sprouting spuds in Kids love pulling them out when they've grown !
Thank you. 🔥
wouldn't a rubble sack do the same?
susdev01/04/2020 09:26

Looks the same as …Looks the same as https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B085TLSLV5/ref=pe_3187911_185740111_TE_item?th=1&psc=1which is £5.20 delivered.


Delivery time is 29/4-18/5 and delivered from China.
So all you need is a good quality compost and some of your favourite potatoes which are starting to sprout to grow your own?
stealth66601/04/2020 10:49

wouldn't a rubble sack do the same?


It's worked for me many times, put a couple of stab holes in to prevent waterlogged compost. Don't pull the plants out to harvest, at harvest time, stick your arm in and rummage round for the big ones, leave the tiddlers to grow for next week.
Edited by: "pa55word123" 1st Apr
justonemore01/04/2020 12:03

So all you need is a good quality compost and some of your favourite …So all you need is a good quality compost and some of your favourite potatoes which are starting to sprout to grow your own?


It can work but seed potatoes are generally treated to prevent some diseases and mould.
Edited by: "pa55word123" 1st Apr
pa55word12301/04/2020 12:25

It can work but seed potatoes are generally treated to prevent some …It can work but seed potatoes are generally treated to prevent some diseases and mould.


Any recommendations on where to source seed potatoes at the moment?
justonemore01/04/2020 13:14

Any recommendations on where to source seed potatoes at the moment?


I don't, sorry. Wilko and The Range are both still open and had them last year if you can get to one in person.
justonemore01/04/2020 13:14

Any recommendations on where to source seed potatoes at the moment?


online, I just had a quick look at Thompson and Morgan, they are offering free grow bags if you order seed potatoes... Charllote are good for growing in bags. You will also need feed and compost.
cideristhefuture01/04/2020 16:11

online, I just had a quick look at Thompson and Morgan, they are offering …online, I just had a quick look at Thompson and Morgan, they are offering free grow bags if you order seed potatoes... Charllote are good for growing in bags. You will also need feed and compost.


Thank you
pa55word12301/04/2020 14:03

I don't, sorry. Wilko and The Range are both still open and had them last …I don't, sorry. Wilko and The Range are both still open and had them last year if you can get to one in person.


Thanks
I wonder if they may have photoshopped those images!
Anyone received these yet?
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