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4 Patio Roses Was £49.99 Now £26.98 Delivered @ YouGarden
Found 30th Oct 2014Found 30th Oct 2014
4 Patio Roses Was £49.99 Now £26.98 Delivered @ YouGarden
Saw these advertised in the paper last week. They arrived yesterday and £20 for all 4 of them is a bargain. Put them in some pots in my garden, would think they cost loads more t… Read more
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Not one bit ;)


Hiya, would the plants look like those in pictures?

£5 Off YouGarden
Found 18th Jun 2013Found 18th Jun 2013
£5 Off YouGarden
Bought some bedding plants from here and was sent a £5 Off offer code to use in June. Just use the code EM5JUNE
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Is there a minimum spend as can't get this to work?


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PAIR of bare root judas trees (Cercis Siliquastrum) @ you garden £4.99 (plus £5.99 p&p)
Found 27th Jun 2012Found 27th Jun 2012
PAIR of bare root judas trees (Cercis Siliquastrum) @ you garden £4.99 (plus £5.99 p&p)
PAIR of 45-60cm bare root judas trees (Cercis Siliquastrum) from "A most beautiful tree, Cercis siliquastrum, commonly known as the Judas Tree, is a small deciduous t… Read more

just re-potted both, one was bare root (but ready planted) , one was fully rooted and almost root-bound in the pot it had arrived in


got mine today , i was out so hubby took delivery, looks like the courier crushed the box, plants fine but one plastic pot broken, but seeing as they need to be potted up anyhow i don't suppose it makes much difference , just cant use that pot for anything else.


Just found out despatch for these will be within 14 days from order, i always thought "Bare rooted" would only be available during autumn/winter months when deciduous shrubs/plants etc. would be dormant, seem strange to me they dispatch bare root in the growing season , I hope the condition will be good for these!


Thanks for the tip. Was concerned about the size.


Put them in a large tub/planter to reduce ultimate size, I actually only have a approx.4 by 8 meter back garden which is packed to the rafters with shrubs plants etc. of which most are in planters pots etc, my trick is to plant shrubs/trees into porous clay large 40cm pots and sink them into the ground, this restricts the root and top growth in effect its bonsai but on a bigger scale, just make sure you water feed etc like you would any plant.

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