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Cheap gardening tools/fertiliser/plants?

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Gen35 Sun 13-Jul-14 15:41:03

So not a necessity but my garden is an overgrown mess and I'm trying to save some rusty roses and yellow azaleas, clematis and also need a few tools - anybody found any garden bargain websites/shops? Could also do with a few more shade and neglect tolerant plants if anyone has any recommendations?

Fluffycloudland77 Sun 13-Jul-14 17:25:48

Homebargains is good for tools. The supermarkets have already started marking down gardening stuff.

Elliptic5 Sun 13-Jul-14 17:32:52

Aldi and Lidl are good for plants, also try on freecycle / freegle both for plants and tools. Generally cheap tools can be a false economy so second hand good ones might be better.

alemci Sun 13-Jul-14 17:36:52

often local church fairs, school fetes etc have good plants at reasonable prices. always worth a visit and you are helping to raise money for a good cause.

Elliptic5 Sun 13-Jul-14 17:43:50

Good point alemci I forgot about those, and boot fairs of course.

GemmaTeller Sun 13-Jul-14 17:46:02

Poundland - I've got an amazing sharp branch cutter from there and all my pots are overflowing with flowers from the £1 packs of seeds and bulbs

Gen35 Sun 13-Jul-14 19:07:31

Thanks, good ideas! Anybody found anything online that's competitive?

Gen35 Sun 13-Jul-14 20:51:29

Sorry I see home bargains is online - thanks just found storage box for £27 for my recycling!

Stopanuary Fri 25-Jul-14 15:06:41

Wilkinsons - online and in the stores - have great prices for gardening stuff. i got loads of bulkbs and tubers at amazing prices back in the Spring.

Poundstretcher are good too.

This was a Wilko's dahlia for 50p - masses of blooms now.

ghostmous3 Fri 25-Jul-14 21:42:25

I had an amazing find in wilkinsons in the week. They are marking down their gardening stuff and i got a hugecompost bin for a tenner and 3 4 shelf greenhouse things for under a fiver.

Gen35 Sat 26-Jul-14 12:56:45

Beautiful dahlia!!! Thanks for the recommendations - love gardening but not paying £4 for a tiny herb pot etc!

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