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  • Bunny ...Bunny ... Posts: 3,471
    At least you would have spares zoomer image
  • The capillary matting is blooming good! And not bad price wise!!
  • Zoomer44Zoomer44 Posts: 3,267

    Bought the capillary matting last year on a roll, it's great you can cut it to fit any sized tray.  

  • image mine wasn't on a roll just a sheet. But still good stuff. I hope I can keep it to next season but maybe that's the super scrimper wishful thinker in me!
  • DaintinessDaintiness EssexPosts: 980

    I agree with Red Dahlia, the Garden line seed/cutting compost is lovely. Got 20 trailing lobelia plants for £2 - great plants that should be flowering by the end of the month (sunshine permitting!)

  • I got pots, gravel tray and windowsill propogator from there too!!
  • I got some good stuff but, after reading this, I'm going back! image

  • Tropical SamTropical Sam Posts: 1,488

    My local Aldi has some 6-8ft/2m ornamental trees - Hawthorn, Japanese Cherry, Field Maple etc for £4.99. Veryy good looking trees with good structure. Good if you want to screen something or one!

  • I bought 10 mimulus and 10 viola's for 99p each tray of 10 and they are really healthy plants. it was early Thurs and some were not as good. Imagine anyone going  day or two later they would have been rubbish. I am pleased with what i get at Aldies. B&Q Verve seed and cutting compost 2 for £10 I am very pleased with too.

  • Poundstretcher is good for pots and trays too. That is where my latest arch came from. May not last a lifetime but worth a pop. Also some massive trig tubs to from my French beans in!
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