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1kg Sevenhills Wholefoods Raw Chia Seeds £5.99 Amazon - Prime Exclusive
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Found 14th FebFound 14th Feb
My doctor was concerned about my Potassium levels and recommended these. I have been adding them to my diet and noticed an improvement after 2 weeks. So many benefits with with tak… Read more
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Aleik22 h, 41 m ago

Prettay prettayyy good. Although with delivery on top and a potential 15% …Prettay prettayyy good. Although with delivery on top and a potential 15% subscribe and save with this one you're still saving 10p a kilo, which makes me a d1ck.


The 2kg for £9.99 is back in stock!
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Aleik10 m ago

Prettay prettayyy good. Although with delivery on top and a potential 15% …Prettay prettayyy good. Although with delivery on top and a potential 15% subscribe and save with this one you're still saving 10p a kilo, which makes me a d1ck.


Take care of the pennies - The pounds will take care of themselves
CardboardCutout15th Feb

If you need a bulk amount (4kg) …If you need a bulk amount (4kg) https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B00EQCWORU/ref=oh_aui_detailpage_o05_s00?ie=UTF8&th=1


Prettay prettayyy good. Although with delivery on top and a potential 15% subscribe and save with this one you're still saving 10p a kilo, which makes me a d1ck.
have some heat for your doctor, it is so rare to prescribe healthy food over pills
Carrot seeds 8 times amount for £2.99 delivered @ Marshalls seeds
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Found 6th FebFound 6th Feb
If you've grown carrots from seeds, you probably know that the average price for a packet of carrot seeds from most places is around £2 to £3 for around 1500 to 2000 seeds (who on … Read more
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Appreciate your comment Pedro.
Thanks OP
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Thanks for taking the time to comment.

Forgive my sounding "Corny", but the "heat rating" is not what motivates me to post. I don't think the "rating" always correlates with and reflects how good the deal is. I know that many "cold" it because they simply don't like the product, or haven't read / and or grasped how it's a good deal, and on occasions some even "cold" because they don't like the person who posted. Ironically, this is as good or better a deal than a couple of others I posted which then both went "hot". I'm motivated to post when I have found what is "objectively" a great deal ( e.g. this being 8 times quantity for the same price as the regular amount), and I'm happy to share that. And if just one or two others found it useful, then "job done".:)
Edited by: "StephenAbut" 7th Feb
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Thanks for sharing @StephenAbut - not getting as much heat at the moment, but it's a good find for me
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Seed potatoes 2 kg bags - £2.75 instore at Wilko Wrexham store
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Found 2nd FebFound 2nd Feb
Reasonable selection of seed potatoes at a decent price for those of you who are getting seed stocks ready for spring.
I swear from the thumbnail i thought it was i pile of horse poo
Pateo14 m ago

I'm eyeing up this deal [Image] [Image]


That makes my skin crawl seeing those eyes
I'm eyeing up this deal
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Looks like its available nationally as it's also listed on their website, click & collect and home delivery also available, I've added a link, thanks @rtownend
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Westland Seed Compost 30 litre bag - £1 @ Wickes
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Found 1st FebFound 1st Feb
Seed compost 30ltr for a Pound. Usual price is usually in the rrp £5 - £6 pound mark. So quite a saving if you go through a few bags a season like I do. (strong) And theres loa… Read more
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I managed to get this for £1 yesterday Instore.
Thanks
Edited by: "Arfy_07" 2nd Feb
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Looks like the price went back up... expired now.
Yes says 1.99£ on the website and online stock check is rarely correct
£1.99 not £1
It’s instore only 🏼
FREE delivery on Thompson & Morgan's entire range of flowers, plants, seeds, bulbs, shrubs, trees, fruit and vegetables
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Found 26th JanFound 26th Jan
FREE delivery on Thompson & Morgan's entire range of flowers, plants, seeds, bulbs, shrubs, trees, fruit and vegetables.
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Anybody else having trouble with the offer. If I add the tomato "supersweet" offer to my order it adds 1.95 p&p. If I remove it then the p&p goes. It therefore makes those tomatoes 2.20!!!!
Used to use Tesco vouchers with T&M. then they stopped offering the x4 altogether. Was gutted. Probably tesco to blame
as long as you don't mind 6 tonnes of junk mail to your front door... Thompson & Morgan's sell your details big time..


Need to offer a lot more than that,...
Thanks for Posting looks good
Free grow wild seeds kit
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Found 16th JanFound 16th Jan
You can get a free Grow Wild seeds kit that you can sow in your garden to get your landscape a colorful look. There are loads of free seed packets so you will get one for sure. App… Read more
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I work for the RBL and we do have some keen gardeners here. Not sure weather I want to go through all this hassle just to get a few seeds. Hmm.
I think this post should be deleted as it is for community based groups. I don't want charitable/community based projects abused by those who lack morals.
"We look forward to receiving your application! Please note that seed kits are intended for shared spaces and people growing together, not gardens or other personal use."

Not for personal gardens OP so not ordering best left for community groups.
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snugden38 m ago

You need to give a huge amount of information and provide a photo of the …You need to give a huge amount of information and provide a photo of the space where you intend sowing the seeds. Not as straightforward as it first appears.


That because the project isn't a seed 'free for all' it is a charity based project aimed at transforming community spaces...
Not sure what I ordered but I did
Westland Autumn Lawn Feed and Moss Killer 5.2kg (150sqm coverage) for £2 @ Wilko
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Found 15th JanFound 15th Jan
Wow, still available since last week :o -- Westland Autumn lawn feed and moss killer is specially formulated as a granule to keep your lawn strong and healthy over the winter m… Read more
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Back at £10 in my local, got some for £4 last week. Good if you can get it.
jjsm63948 m ago

Bit out of season, but a good deal nonetheless.


The use of 'Autumn' is pure marketing.
Bit out of season, but a good deal nonetheless.
58% OFF - (Pack of 15) Clearspring Organic Roasted Seeds and Soya with Goji Berries Snack 30 g - £6.99 S&S @ Amazon
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Found 12th JanFound 12th Jan
Product Description: Clearspring snack organic roasted seeds and soya with goji berries is a tasty mix of Austrian grown soya beans, roasted styrian pumpkin seeds and extra large … Read more
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Amazon has increased the price after I posted this deal
1KG Sunflower Seeds - £4 @ Holland&Barrett
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Found 29th Dec 2017Found 29th Dec 2017
Hi, Holland and Barrett currently has a penny sale which makes this IMHO a good deal. 1 pack of 500g for £3.99 and 2 packs for £4.00. You'd be surprised to see how many people sti… Read more
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jhw35 m ago

"You'd be surprised to see how many people still go there and buy one …"You'd be surprised to see how many people still go there and buy one pack.." - I'd just go and buy one bag somewhere else, on grounds they've just doubled the price to sell you 2-for-1.


You're so mistaken that you don't even know how mistaken you are!
"You'd be surprised to see how many people still go there and buy one pack.." - I'd just go and buy one bag somewhere else, on grounds they've just doubled the price to sell you 2-for-1.
raminxp5 h, 45 m ago

I just came back from my nearest Home Bargains store. The black sunflower …I just came back from my nearest Home Bargains store. The black sunflower seeds that you mentioned, as well as hulled sunflower seeds that cheekyweegit mentioned, were not for human consumption. This was printed on the packaging.


I bought them for the birds.
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fuiseog19 h, 33 m ago

I paid £0.75 / 500g of black sunflower seeds from home bargaind petfood …I paid £0.75 / 500g of black sunflower seeds from home bargaind petfood isle. Also they had packets of 8 coconut halves with fat and mealworms for £2.50. Next door at Homebase 'sale' the same packet was £10.


I just came back from my nearest Home Bargains store. The black sunflower seeds that you mentioned, as well as hulled sunflower seeds that cheekyweegit mentioned, were not for human consumption. This was printed on the packaging.
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cheekyweegit2 h, 35 m ago

Check your local Home Bargains, 500g of hulled sunflower seeds is less …Check your local Home Bargains, 500g of hulled sunflower seeds is less than £1 and the bigger bags not much more, I use them for the birds and in my own yogurt and have come to no harm.Note this is in the pet food aisle, but they do have others in the baking aisle. Its the pet food ones we use and eat personally. More for your money and taste the same.


Must admit I've never been to any Home Bargains stores. If the price you and fuiseogare saying is indeed their usual price, I've been massively overpaying over the years....
5 Kg Sunflower Seeds - Amazon - £11.59 Prime / £16.29 non Prime @ Amazon
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Found 22nd Dec 2017Found 22nd Dec 2017
Buy Whole Foods Sunflower Seeds 5 Kg - Works out at £2.32 per Kilo. Even less on Subscribe & Save. These are for human consumption.
Sasamac115 h, 24 m ago

That’s the vegetarians’ Christmas Dinner sorted....


And the vegans!..
unlabels1 h, 24 m ago

The seeds from Amazon are for human consumption


Plus they look as if they are shelled.
That’s the vegetarians’ Christmas Dinner sorted....
Basualdo59 m ago

I go through around 80kgs a year for birds / poultry. Cheapest I've found …I go through around 80kgs a year for birds / poultry. Cheapest I've found is here, about half that price mate: https://www.gardenwildlifedirect.co.uk/bird-straight-foods/sunflower-seeds-hearts/premium-sunflower-hearts.htmlIf you buy 12.5kg+ or spend £25 is free delivery too


I do the same, great service
19 quid now
12.6kg of Bird Seed @ Home Bargains - £3.99
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Found 4th Dec 2017Found 4th Dec 2017
Give our feathered friends a helping hand this winter by providing them with a little extra / easily available seed. The All Seasons Seed Feast is made from selected ingredients t… Read more
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Its wheat not corn - unless your an American
also has millet for the small birds
suet for robins,
black sunflower seeds

no sunflower hearts or nigella but its only £4 for 12.6kg and we get lots of sparrows, a few robins, yellow hammer, grey and pied wagtails, best to put on a raised but covered table, as otherwise the pigeons will be at it
Always buy this but it,s gotten pretty poor recently have to add more black sunflower seeds and more suet pellets in the mix myself.
This is the worst Autumn early Winter for sighting of birds in the garden seen one robin blackbird and sparrow on different days in the last week, had those awful magpies every day , could well do without them.
Edited by: "morrig" 4th Dec 2017
Wilkos have good bird food and seeds at good prices. And fat balls
Egrow 100Pcs Catchfly Potted Plant Seeds Garden Venus Fly Trap Insectivorous Plant 70% Off £1.15 @ Banggood
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Found 26th Nov 2017Found 26th Nov 2017
“Come closer and I'll never catch you.” Description : Venus Flytrap, a perennial herb native to America, is a very interesting insectivorous plant. Its stem is very short, in the t… Read more
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Don’t water them using tap water, they don’t like chlorine. You should only water using rain water and yes they like damp moist conditions.
Eph10126th Nov

I keep them both in greenhouse all year and bring some of the red ones in …I keep them both in greenhouse all year and bring some of the red ones in over the winter. They're quite picky plants but once you've sorted their basic growing needs they're not too hard and can take temps of -10c all the way to 40+c.General guidelines- They like to be constantly wet, rainwater only, not planted in typical soil, only pure peat, unsalted coir or other acidic nutrient poor soils. Ideally 40% + humidity and good levels of light, and any fertilisation will basically kill them. You shouldn't play with the traps as it wastes a lot of their energy, and you can definitely overfeed them, but beyond that, they should be happy. There's a ridiculous amount of info on cpukforum if you need more details, or happy to answer specifics.



simonvf40026th Nov

The best tip to keep these alive is only use rainwater.In the summer keep …The best tip to keep these alive is only use rainwater.In the summer keep out of the hottest sun but they like lots of sun.Soak the plants by standing in rainwater then let them dry out for a while then soak again.Never use fertilizer.In the winter let them rest by reducing the watering and let them dry out for longer but still let them have lots of sunlight.Seeds will sprout in @ 2-3 weeks if fresh but can take weeks.They are slow growing and will take a few years to get the size sold in shops.The soil needs to be free draining with perlite mixed in with moss peat.I have some plants that I have kept growing for 5+ years and some 2 year old plants grown from seeds from my bigger plants.



haritori26th Nov

They only 'flower' in the summer months in the winter they die, and little …They only 'flower' in the summer months in the winter they die, and little clover like leaves grow, also you should only water a very small amount.. My son has had one growing for 3 years now, and it comes back every year.. they do not need to eat insects either..



Thank you all for your advice.
In the Spring I'll have another attempt at keeping one of these, though I think I'll buy an established plant to start with, not seeds.
Problem with rainwater especially in busy towns/ cities is additional pollutants picked up from the poor environment. I wonder if this would create issues with the plants?
Delbert.Grady1 h, 39 m ago

Same problem here, I bought several of these years ago, as growing plants, …Same problem here, I bought several of these years ago, as growing plants, not seeds, and each time they arrived looking great, just like the picture above, but within a week they went into decline, no matter what I did. I fed them with live flies to simulate natural conditions, watered them with distilled water so there were no impurities, kept them warm, I even put a clear plastic bag over them to increase humidity, but to no avail, they all yellowed, withered and died. I also came to the conclusion that its a climate issue.If anyone has successfully kept these in the UK I'm sure we'd all be grateful for some advice.


I once kept one alive for 2 years. I only ever watered it with rain water. I gave it to my gran to look after when I went away and it died a week after I got back, I think tap water killed it.
Eph10113 m ago

The forum is free to join? Lots of helpful people on there, but it's true …The forum is free to join? Lots of helpful people on there, but it's true you can't trade in the first month. Honestly I doubt these will be real flytrap seeds (should be small, oval and black), which are quite hard to grow anyway, if you're interested I'd suggest B&Q or eBay for a full size plant. It'll be £4-5, but healthy and a lot less faff.


Sorry I clicked to join the society. I have now joined the forum for free
Miracle-Gro AeroGarden Harvest with Gourmet Herb Seed Pod Kit, Black ay Amazon for £49.99
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Found 23rd Nov 2017Found 23rd Nov 2017
Enjoy plants all year round. Grow fresh herbs, vegetables, salad leaves, flowers and more in this smart indoor garden. Up to 6 plants can be grown at a time. Plants grow in water.… Read more
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dbizal5 h, 9 m ago

Recon I could grow a Bonsai in this?


I think it would grow it too fast to be honest. Mainly used for herbs, tomatoes etc. Im currently growing hot peppers
Recon I could grow a Bonsai in this?
rehydrated55 m ago

What's it like for the 'erb?


Bit small unless you can get a dwarf variety
What's it like for the 'erb?
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