Win 1 of 15, a Grafted Vegetable Plants Collection worth more than £25 @ RHS

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Found 8th Jan 2013Made hot 8th Jan 2013
We've got 15 specially selected Mr Fothergills Grafted Vegetable Plants Collections to give away this month. And five lucky runners-up will each receive a copy of the RHS Garden Problem Solver worth £12.99 each.

Mr Fothergill’s Grafted Vegetable Plants Collection consists of*:

Grafted Tomato Plants offering you different shapes, sizes and flavours:

Super Sweet F1 (Cherry) - a really tasty grafted tomato with heavy trusses of sweetly-tasting cherry tomatoes throughout summer.
Shirley F1 (Standard) - a much loved variety famed for its heavy yields of well-flavoured fruits - an outstanding tomato hybrid.
Supersteak F1 (Beefsteak) - a large tomato beefsteak variety with delicious tasting fruits, ideal for eating fresh, slicing and for cooking with.
Grafted Cucumber Plants selected for high yields and strong performance:

Castro F1 - a long Dutch-type cucumber with crisp, dark green skin and a crunchy bite. Known for being easy to grow, plants are vigorous and crop well through the summer.
Socrates F1 - an all-female type, plants have a strong and vigorous habit and plenty of bitter-free cucumbers through the summer.
Grafted Pepper Plants from sweet through to hot, ideal for container growing:

Jericho F1 (sweet) - a large cropping sweet variety with thick-walled fruits up to 15cm long. They ripen from green to red and are great for stuffing as well as eating raw.
Big Devil F1 (hot) - Very high yielding with a taste of tabasco sauce, plants produce an abundance of bright green and red fruits through summer.
Fire Flame F1 (chilli hot) - not for the faint hearted! Fiery hot chilli peppers up to 15cm long, ripening to a rich red through summer. High yielding and perfect for pots.
All this would normally cost you more than £25, so enter the competition for your chance to win!

Please enter your answer
Which Brussels Sprout shares its name with a French emperor?
ANSWER: B) Maximus

Enter your details, good luck!

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THANKS!!!...usually like my Maximus with muscles!!!



Thank you

Thanks Marba




Is the answer surely Napolean "Napoleon Bonaparte was given the title Emperor on 18 May 1804 by the French Senate and was crowned emperor of the French on 02 December 1804"
Brussels Sprout Napoleon F1
by Fothergill’s
Or am I missing something?


Thank you


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