‘Tis the season of mists, mellow fruitfulness and autumn planting. There’s lots of lovely gardening offers on over this weekend, which you may want to take advantage of if you you need new plants for the garden.
- Lubera are offering 20% off their fast growing fruits – which you can plant now, and harvest in 2018. That includes their Moreberries, currants, blueberries, gooseberries, pointilla, firstberries (honeyberries) and autumn raspberries. You don’t need a discount code, the prices have been adjusted on the website.
- Lubera also have a one-week 37% off offer on Buchserli hedging.
- Mr.Fothergill’s have an offer on autumn-planting bulbs. Order three packs from the range and the cheapest will be free. You’ll need to enter the code F18BULBS when you checkout; bulbs will be despatched within 7 days.
- Sarah Raven also has up to 30% off autumn bulbs this week. The offer ends at midnight on Sunday 15th October.
- The University of Chicago Press offers a free ebook every month. For October it’s Vegetables: A Biography, by Evelyne Bloch-Dano. You can read online or download in various ebook formats.
- The current set of offers from Suttons includes saving more than £80 on 400 spring bulbs, and getting 50% off a bumper pack of alliums to plant now – onions, garlic and shallot and/or £4.98 off a raspberry collection. Click through to see the whole set.
- Suttons also have a buy-one-get-one-half-price offer on all of their bare root fruit trees, and you can get a pair of dwarf fruit trees for £40.
- And 20% off tulips and tulip collections until midnight on Sunday, with the discount code S17BULB.
- Franchi Seeds of Italy have updated their offers page and you can get an additional 5% off using the promo code GROW-EAT-LOVE when checking out.
- Residents of Buckinghamshire and Milton Keynes can sign up for free wildflower seeds.
- Last chance: Save 20% off your Chiltern Seeds order until 15.10.17, using the discount code SALE17.
New plant alert:
What caught my eye this week is a sprouting cauliflower from D.T.Brown seeds. Grown like summer sprouting broccoli, it produces cauliflower spears instead of one big head.
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