Looks like the weather might be a tad blowy over the weekend, so sounds like a perfect time to stay inside and plan next year’s garden 😉 Here are some competitions and gardening offers you might like for this weekend:

  • You can win a copy of The Secret Gardeners by Victoria Summerley over at My Thrifty Life. Closing date 5th November.
  • And Gardens Illustrated are giving away 20 copies of the new Riverford autumn and winter veg cookbook. Closing date 30th November.
  • Mr.Fothergill’s have 20% off everything this weekend. You just need to put F18EVERY in the promotional box when you checkout, it’s valid until midnight on Sunday.
  • If you’re thinking ahead to Christmas, T&M have a collection of amaryllis bulbs on offer for £15 until midnight tomorrow – saving almost £25.
  • They also have some half price Daphne plants, but you have to be quick – that offer ends at midnight tonight.
  • Suttons are still offering 20% off tulips and tulip collections until midnight on Sunday, with the discount code S17BULB.
  • The latest offer from Lubera is 30% off roses, valid until the middle of November.
  • This weekend is your last chance to order two bags of compost from Marshalls and get free delivery (worth £4.99). You can choose from vegetable growing compost or bulb compost.
  • Sarah Raven is offering free P&P on orders of £30+ this weekend, using the discount code OCTPP17
  • And you can now save up to 50% in the Sara Raven plant sale!


Gardening offers: Baby junipers

An offer I took advantage of myself this week is 3 for 2 on junior junipers from Kore Wild Fruit Nursery. I know have 3 lovely baby junipers, in the hope that at least one will turn out to be a girl and bear the juniper berries Ryan needs for his homemade gin experiments! 🙂


All offers were valid when I put this post together. Apologies if they have expired or run out by the time you click through, but these are things over which I have no control.

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