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Unwins logo£10 Book of Bulbs book & 24 tulip bulbs*Via Blagged code. Norm £25 delivered, can plant now

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If you go online to British seed company Unwins* and enter the code TUBB you can get the book Book of Bulbs by Andrew McIndoe and 24 tulip bulbs for £9.98 delivered (£4.99 plus £4.99 postage). The book would normally cost £9.99 and bulbs would normally cost £10ish depending on variety, plus £4.99 delivery. There are 1,000 sets available, and the deal will run until they're all snapped up.

The book includes chapters on bulb selection, border and container gardening and information on bulbs you might like to grow, including the tulips you'll be sent alongside the book.

The tulip bulbs will be a variety chosen at random, but it will be two bags of 12 bulbs, each labelled with their variety.

Unwins told us these tulip bulbs are suitable for planting as soon as you receive them, as long as the ground isn't too frozen, until about mid-December depending on the temperature.

MSE Rhiannon says:

Storing your bulbs in a cool, dry place will help to maintain their viability if you don't want to plant them right away, although if you'd like spring colour you really need to plant spring-flowering bulbs ASAP.

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Unwins logo£3 Grow Your Own Veg book & seeds*Via Blagged code. Norm £12 delivered. Eg, tomato and chilli

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If you go online to British seed company Unwins* (Marshalls is part of the same company) and enter the code FBMSE1 you can get the book Grow Your Own Vegetables by Andrew McIndoe and six 'lucky dip' packets of seeds for £2.98 delivered (99p plus £1.99 postage). The book and seeds would normally cost about £10, plus £1.99 delivery. There are 2,500 sets available.

The book includes sections on container, allotment, patio, small plot and greenhouse gardening with a list of key crops you might like to grow, including the types of seeds you'll be sent alongside the book.

The seeds will include one packet of each of the following types of seed (see 'more info' for 45 potential varieties within those types of seed - there's no way of knowing exactly what you'll get):

  • Tomato, pepper or pea
  • Salad leaves or celery
  • Cabbage, cauliflower or chilli
  • Herb or bean
  • Microleaf or root vegetable
  • Onion or leek

Unwins told us these seeds have been packed this year so may be past their sow-by date, but you should be able to get about 85%+ of them to germinate when sown according to instructions next year, fewer if you wait longer to plant. A good tip to help your seeds along is to soak them for 12-24 hours before planting - but do check the packet to see if the variety you receive is suitable for this.

MSE Rhiannon says:

Storing your seeds in a cool, dry place will help to maintain their viability, although you might not get the same rate of germination as stated on the packet if you wait a little longer to sow your seeds.

More info

One per household.

List of lucky-dip seed varieties:

Tomato Super Marmande

Tomato Attraction

Tomato Alicante

Pea Twin Set

Grean Manure Phacelia

Pepper Hot Thai

Pepper Joe's Long

Leaves Baby Leaf Mix

Salad Leaves Herb Mix

Pak Choi Summer Breeze

Celery Blush

Celery Granada

Cabbage Holland Winter XL

Cabbage Kalibos

Cabbage Savoy Serpentine F1

Cauliflower White Step

Cauliflower Mayflower

Cauliflower Trevi

Chilli Pepper Caldero

Beetroot Solo

Calabrese Kabuki

Calabrese Zen

Herb Mint

Herb Thyme

Herb Sage

Spring Onion White Lisbon Winter Hardy

Wild Rocket Voyager

French Bean Golddukat

Runner Bean Bench Master

Micro Leaf Amaranth Red Army

Micro Leaf Coriander

Micro Leaf Kale Red Russian

Swede Marian

Carrot Artico

Lettuce Webbs Wonderful

Alfalfa

Onion Ailsa Craig

Onion Barletta (Silverskin)

Onion Giant Zittau

Onion Long Red Florence

Onion Marco

Salsify 'Scorzobianca'

Eschalot Roderique

Leek Terminal

Leek Autumn Walton Mammoth

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