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dibbles wrote: »
i was trying to find something different and stumbled across this for £2.99 it is a great gift, it arrived today and looks good! better than flowers that die after a week or so!http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&rd=1&item=200197920087
they even personalised it, and it still arrive next day.... looks like i spent more than £2.99! hehe he'll never know! :A
UnlikelyButTrue wrote: »
maybe some people wouldn't find it so traditional, but i think a plant is more romantic on valentines day than a cut flower...a plant will keep on growing whereas a flower will eventually die...it's more symbolic somehow...
womble32 wrote: »
Cheap is good for me - well done to the supermarkets for driving down the cost of goods. If there are people prepared to work for next to nothing then let's use them; if we didn't then they would have nothing and surely that's worse than next to nothing??
horsepills wrote: »
What type of plant would you recommend?? I haven't a clue!
alared wrote: »
The last three years I have bought a dozen red roses from Morrisons for
£4-95 and they have lasted about a month.
I will do the same this year.
In past years on these boards we have heard nothing but woe about Tesco and their non delivery on the day,so I would say on their past track record
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