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12% off £50 Spend On Plants & Flowers with Code @ You Garden
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TODAYTODAYFound 21st JunFound 21st Jun
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6 different types of dinosaur planters £5 @ Morrisons
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Found 19th JunFound 19th Jun
Just heard that Morrisons are bringing these back again after how popular they were last year and kept selling out. Available in 6 different designs - ankylosaurus, T-Rex, diplodo… Read more
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IronGlaive

Thank you Op. Heat added. My local store had some of these today and I picked up a Diplodocus and Triceratops. Much bigger than I expected them to be.

emribena

No you can’t it’s just pot luck what comes into store. I asked and they told me when the deliveries are maybe worth asking or calling? They said they are filtering through this week mine only had one left and not the one I wanted

dawn.wright

just been to one in Birmingham and they dont have them and cant see them online - anyone know if you can order them

Bluebella

I think the iguanadon is actually a parasaur?

Slenderman13

Don't you know dinosaurs never existed?

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British edible plants ebook only 99p @ Amazon
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Found 10th JunFound 10th Jun
This Amazon Kindle ebook gives a list of some of the best edible plants in Britain that can be found in most British gardens right now. It's on offer for 99p at the moment and is f… Read more
pooley77_

salty by name......

deleted1351975

I prefer them in my garden or a vase not my plate.

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20% off all plants and pots in-store only @ Homebase
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LocalLocalFound 8th JunFound 8th Jun
every homebase store currently has 20% off all pots and plants, including the mark down plants.
wh431

That description is applicable to all Homebase stores under the sun

markjean

Which store was this please?

VDisillusioned

I know exactly what you mean. Every year my local stores would let thousands of pounds worth of stock just die in the sun. I remember sitting in the car park of one store looking at a display of, I think, very expensive standard fuchsias, every one looking like it was past the point of no recovery. I totalled the value up and it was hundreds of pounds - in just one display. If they hired a temporary staff member, whose job it was to just water plants, they would have been quids in by thousands. Alas, instead this year they just have cut the range of plants they are offering for sale, many though still just sitting there dying in the sun :(

wh431

At my local homebase its like a massacre scene in garden section. Never seen plants so badly treated at any other retailer. You kinda feel you ve to buy the plants, just to save them!

Mrepg

Happy days, I need 2 grasses

"Peat Pots" (Fibre Plant Pots) at B&M Stores - £1.49
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LocalLocalFound 7th JunFound 7th Jun
Pack of 60 for £1.49, 8-cm diameter. Also available pack of 84, 6-cm diameter at the same price, £1.49. From B&M Stores
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hotdealer888

Referring to the product, not the packaging!

Dyslexic_Dog

Of course I do, it's very hard not to nowadays, but I'm not making claims about things being environmentally friendly.

hotdealer888

So you don't use anything plastic? And don't own anything plastic?

Dyslexic_Dog

So they're exactly environmently friendly are they.

Dyslexic_Dog

That plastic they're wrapped in isn't.

10 Tomato (postiplug)  plants for 99p plus £4.99 p+p @ Thompson & Morgan
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Found 5th JunFound 5th Jun
Your lucky dip will include a mix of at least 3 different varieties from the selection below. Tomato 'Sweet Aperitif' - Cordon variety. Ideal for greehouse or a sunny spot outdoor… Read more
carltonbp

I've been growing some from seed, I wish they'd give more info on the packets, height, bushy, traling etc. The best are about 60cm tall but given the weather up hear I'm begining to doubt I'll get any toms.

Dyslexic_Dog

That's because what they do is plant and grow on hundreds of thousands to fulfill all their pre-orders, and then whatever is left after they have fulfilled these orders they advertise all the remaining weaker/poor quality stock to the general public as though you're getting a massive bargain!

zeroquai

Same for me- bought a couple of months ago and arrived 2 weeks ago. Bad quality and far too late in the season. Avoid.

Mark_Watson-86843.62325

I also bought these a couple of Months ago on a previous deal but they only arrvied 2 weeks ago and were also poor quality. I won't be ordering from this company again

cideristhefuture

I bought these a couple of months ago, really bad quality. Save your money.

50% off some Digging & Planting Tools - Sold by Tesco Direct
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Found 5th JunFound 5th Jun
50% off some spades etc @ Tesco direct
dewonderful

Have they got any hoes for a fiver? (cheeky)

hamster_2500

Spade oos

KentishLad

Cheers OP, I got a garden Fork for a fiver!

TWD

Thanks OP.

brilly

heat added, some good prices there some annoyingly out of stock when trying to add to basket though edit: the promo is on more gardening stuff than that - heres the full list https://www.tesco.com/direct/special-offer/online-clearance-half-price-on-selected-garden-products/promo53620055.promo edit: nvm chanchi already posted the others

Garden Claw Gloves with Digging and Planting Claws on BOTH hands - £3.99 @ eBay (thinkprice store)
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Found 26th MayFound 26th May
Update 14/6 price has dropped from £4.99 to £3.99 Garden Claw Gloves with Digging and Planting Claws on BOTH hands
ssatoh_inreverse

Still scratching my head trying to think of a witty comment .. It feels a scratch away but can't quite claw it..

ozkerrizo

God imagine having hayfever whilst gardening with these things on, one of them up your hooter would sting like hell!

bojangles

whole load of cheaper sellers if you look Just buy 2 pairs for 99p each (or 1 pair as I think both hands with claws would be impractiable) https://www.ebay.co.uk/sch/Garden-Patio/159912/i.html?_from=R40&_nkw=claw+gloves&_sop=15

Dryrain

I am old fashioned I use a trowel. But if you like digging holes like a canine or cat then I guess this is useful.

montana78

Get some for next year's cosplay

Treat the butterflies and bee's with 40 free lavender plants @ Woolmans (£5.95 P&P)
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Found 21st MayFound 21st May
40 lavender hidcote, just pay £5.95p packaging and postage. Just follow the link http://www.woolmans.com/Flower-Plants_2/Perennials_4/Lavender-Hidcote_4.html and use the voucher… Read more
Bobbite

Just got mine today

Jefflan22

Same here! Today their website is down

devious!

They replied to me and said mine is due to despatch tomorrow.

Jacktheripper69

Still nothing for me either

luke_xd

My delivery date keeps getting pushed back. Used their order tracker (http://www.woolmans.com/Track-Order.html) and it currently says the despatch date will be "From 05th June 2018" Guess they couldn't keep up with the demand.

Miracle-Gro Flower Magic all in one flower mix £2 instore at Poundland
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LocalLocalFound 19th MayFound 19th May
Found at Wheatley Retail Park, Doncaster branch. I've used this before and think it's pretty good for a lazy way to grow plants. This is the colour mix
miffyl

Agreed, some are more than a pound and some less. Very complicated...

alphamike

Good Price (y)

frobozz

Yes, everything is except the things that aren't ;)

dallo

thought everything in poundland was £1

Dobbies 20% off all plants, garden furniture and bbq's/accessories  voucher/code
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Found 14th MayFound 14th May
20% off all plants, garden furniture and bbq's/accessories including bbq fuel via printable voucher to use in-store or discount code via online purchases..Also free delivery with … Read more
CoolAsIcee

You can get the voucher here - https://www.dobbies.com/20-off?utm_campaign=Offer starts now&utm_medium=social media&utm_source=facebook&utm_content=image-version&utm_term=plants bbq furniture ;) (angel)

Cutzy

Some decent deals, this is my first post so please forgive any mistakes in post, any suggestions on post most welcome (shock)

Mediterranean Plants -  Olive, Fig and Citrus £2.99 Lidl
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Found 10th MayFound 10th May
Choice of citrus, olive and fig trees - small but fine, in stock for £2.99 each. They also have currently 27L grow bags for £1.29 - cheapest I have seen - same ones at the local G… Read more
maddypc

We have had a fig tree outside for years, and I have also seen massive outside olive trees in garden centres so I bought an olive tree

muckspreader1

Fruit trees a waste of time.Ive had olive trees a d theve lasted 2 hard Cumbrian winters no issue at all with little hassle.Go for them.

dewonderful

Bah. All cleaned out when I got to my local except 3 lemon trees (fierce)

balf118118

Who out there is like me thinking....hmmm I could really do with a fig tree what with all those occasions I've wanted to snack on a figs and not got one to hand. :/

steve_hn

Figs and Olives are both good for pots. These come in very small plastic containers so will need to be potted on to something bigger. Something like a clay/terracotta pot would do nicely and would fit the Mediterranean theme although plastic would also be fine. They love a nice sunny position with full sun. If you keep them outside on a patio then they should not need watering that often as they will catch the rain. Otherwise just water when the soil feels dry. With the figs when the fruit swells then it can be good to add a bit of plant feed in to the watering can to help get a good crop but you probably won't have to worry about that for a couple of years as these are young plants.

6 Pack Bedding Plants Mixed £1 @ Homebase
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LocalLocalFound 4th MayFound 4th May
Seems like a good deal to me. Will be picking some up for mother this weekend. In store only not available to order online or click & collect
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