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48 lavender plants for £5.65

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From Thompson & Morgan
48 free plants just pay p&p of £5.65
24 Lavender Munstead
24 Lavender Hidcote
Offer ends June 30th 2017
Apply here:
http://www.thompson-morgan.com/HS1Z
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Many thanks
-Stash bust:in 2022:337
Stash bust :2023. 120duvets, 24 bags, 43 dog coats, 2 scrunchies, 10 mittens, 6 bootees, 8 glass cases, 2 A6 notebooks, 59 cards, 6 lav bags,36 angels,9 bones, 1 knee blanket, 1 lined bag,3 owls, 88 pyramids = total 420 total spend £5. Total for 'Dogs for Good' £546.82

2024:23 Doggy duvets,30 pyramids, 6 hottie covers, 4 knit hats,13 crochet angels,1 shopper, 87cards=164 £88.25 spent!!!

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  • so_very_confused
    so_very_confused Posts: 1,081 Forumite
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    Mine arrived today. Tiny, but looking good and perfectly formed.:)
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  • jonboy999
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    superb! I'm definitely going to order these
  • angryparcel
    angryparcel Posts: 926 Forumite
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    ordered mine
  • angryparcel
    angryparcel Posts: 926 Forumite
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    well mine arrived and i planted, but just sent them an email as 80% of the plants have died.

    This is the first issue i have ever had with T & M and i have used them for many years
  • jackieblack
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    Mine arrived but were all 'higgledy piggledy' in the packet so I have been unable to determine which variety was which.
    Thought it might become obvious as they grew but am still none the wiser:(
    Frustrating as I need some of each variety for different places/purposes and don't want to start giving the extras away until I can identify what I need
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  • p00hsticks
    p00hsticks Posts: 12,990 Forumite
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    Mine arrived but were all 'higgledy piggledy' in the packet so I have been unable to determine which variety was which.
    Thought it might become obvious as they grew but am still none the wiser:(
    Frustrating as I need some of each variety for different places/purposes and don't want to start giving the extras away until I can identify what I need


    The two varieties do look different so it should be possible to distinguish between the two.

    What do you mean by 'higgledy piggledy in the packet' ?
    Ours came in a folder with several rows to hold plugs, labelled A,B, C, D etc, and, althoguh ti wasn't immediately obvious, we did spot a sticker on the pack to indicate which letter rows had the Hidecote plugs and which the Munstead
  • jackieblack
    jackieblack Posts: 10,320 Forumite
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    p00hsticks wrote: »
    The two varieties do look different so it should be possible to distinguish between the two.

    What do you mean by 'higgledy piggledy in the packet' ?
    Ours came in a folder with several rows to hold plugs, labelled A,B, C, D etc, and, althoguh ti wasn't immediately obvious, we did spot a sticker on the pack to indicate which letter rows had the Hidecote plugs and which the Munstead

    Yes, I saw the sticker, but about half of the plugs had come out of the plastic strips and were loose inside the folder and two of the plastic stips had come out of their rows and were laying diagonally across the remaining strips so I couldn't tell which rows they had been in originally when packed.

    At what point will they start to look different? Could you please describe how they look different? Mine have all grown to between 6-8 inches tall now but to me they still all look the same :o
    Occasionally I think some look a slightly different shade of green but next time I look I can't tell any difference at all.

    I will need 8-10 of the hidcote variety to replace the existing (and aging) lavender 'hedge' along my front garden wall - I don't want to end up with a mixture of the two varieties as the other variety doesn't grow to the same size.
    2.22kWp Solar PV system installed Oct 2010, Fronius IG20 Inverter, south facing (-5 deg), 30 degree pitch, no shading
    Everything will be alright in the end so, if it’s not yet alright, it means it’s not yet the end
    MFW #4 OPs (offset): 2018 £866.89, 2019 £1322.33, 2020 £1337.07,
    2021 £1250.00, 2022 £1500.00, 2023 £1500
    Target for 2024 (offset) = £1200, YTD £575
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