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  • If you go via this MSE Blagged Park Promotions* link (it will take you to a Mont Rose page, which is part of the same company), you can get 36 alpine tulip bulbs - two varieties, 18 of each - plus four plastic 25cm diameter planters for £14.99 delivered. There are 4,500 plant sets available, and the offer will run until all are snapped up.

    Park Promotions, which sells home and garden products online, doesn't usually sell these and you can’t buy this exact bundle elsewhere online, but the next cheapest we found was £7.94 delivered for 10 Tarda tulip bulbs from Waitrose, and £10.80 delivered for 15 'Peppermint Stick' tulip bulbs from Sarah Raven. The cheapest we could find four similar planters was £3.99 each at B&M, so to get the lot for £15 delivered instead of £35ish separately is a blooming good saving.

    MSE Rhiannon says:

    This is a really good set if you like something that's quick to plant, and that should flower year after year. You will be able to plant this collection as soon as it arrives in the containers provided, or out in your border in preparation for spring. 

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  • 5 berry plants bundle £10 all-in

    5 berry plants bundle £10 all-in

    Or 10 for £15. Incl raspberry, blackberry, blackcurrant

    If you go via this MSE Blagged Park Promotions* link , you can get 5 berry jumbo plug plants for £9.99 delivered, or 10 for £14.98.  There are 1,000 plant sets available, and the offer will run until all are snapped up.

    Park Promotions, which sells home and garden products online, doesn't usually sell these and you can’t buy this exact 5-plant or 10-plant bundle elsewhere online,  but the next cheapest we found (for five slightly bigger 9cm potted plants) was £35ish plus delivery, or £70ish plus delivery for 10 plants.  

    These jumbo plug plants are young plants with 5cm root balls that are ready to be potted. They will come with full planting and care instructions and Park Promotions says that they'll fruit next summer, but the best crop will be the following year after the plants are established, which should continue for years to come with good care.

    You'll receive one of each of the following in the 5-plant collection (you'll get two of each in the 10-plant collection):

    • Blackcurrant 'Big Ben' - next cheapest similar we found, £9.99 (plus £4.95 p&p) at Thompson & Morgan.
    • Gooseberry 'Xenia' - next cheapest similar we found, £9.99 (plus £4.95 p&p) at Thompson & Morgan.
    • Raspberry 'Tadmor' - next cheapest similar we found, £1.49 each in a pack of six for £8.95 (plus £4.95 p&p) at Marshalls.
    • Loganberry 'Thornless' - next cheapest similar we found, £5.99 (plus £3.99 p&p) at J. Parker's.
    • Blackberry 'Ouachita' - next cheapest similar we found, £6.99 (plus £4.99 p&p) at Crocus.

    Park Promotions says the plants will be shipped in a small parcel box, as the plants are hardy any extremes in temperature whilst in transit shouldn't affect them negatively, but it's still worth looking out for the parcel to ensure it's not left out too long.

  • 6 Honeysuckle & Jasmine plants £7.99

    6 Honeysuckle & Jasmine plants £7.99

    Incl delivery. 2,000 available.

    If you go via this MSE Blagged Park Promotions* link , you can get six honeysuckle and jasmine plug plants (three of each) for £7.99, or 12 (six of each) for £11.99 delivered. 

    There are 13,000 individual jasmine plants and 13,000 individual honeysuckle plants available, which equates to about 2,000 bundles of 12. The offer will run until all are snapped up.

    Park Promotions, which sells home and garden products online, doesn't usually sell these, but we found the next cheapest elsewhere online for six honeysuckle plants is £18.99 from Van Meuwen.

    Plug plants are young plants with roots that are ready to be potted. These will be 5cm cells with a growth of 7-10cm high (similar to the image). Once you receive your plants, Park Promotions says you should pot them in 9cm pots and keep them on a windowsill or in a conservatory until mid-March (after the hard frosts), when they can be planted outside. As they are climbing plants, the outdoors will suit them better, although they can be kept indoors if you want.

    Park Promotions says you should expect to see them flower and grow by approximately 1-2m in their first year and that they will reach full maturity in about five years. Orders placed before or on Sun 31 Jan will be delivered by Fri 12 Feb and full planting, growing and aftercare instructions are included. 

    MSE Andrea Hirai says:

    The slight downside to this deal is these aren’t plantable till March, so you should only grab these if you have somewhere warm to look after them till then.