A Website Is Selling Plants from Garden Centres That Would Have Gone to Waste

During the current coronavirus pandemic, you may have heard how garden centres were forced to throw away millions of plants while closed for lockdown.

Fortunately, a new business has created a plan to prevent flowers and foliage from going to waste.

PlantSavers is a website that saves plants from British garden centres and nurseries hit by COVID-19, delivering them straight to your door.

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The online service has partnered with nurseries that have been hit hardest to sell perennial and annual plants at bargain prices.

There are currently three bundles of plants and compost on sale.

These include a Bloomer Bundle for £25, which includes an assortment of at least seven 9-12cm plants.

Then there’s the Green Thumb Selection for £35, including at least twelve 9-12cm plants.

Finally, you can pick up a Springtime Special for £50 which could work for a full garden rework.

Each package includes compost, but you can also buy bags of compost seperately if you’re struggling to get your hands on soil during lockdown.

One pound from each sale will go to Meals for the NHS, and the plants are delivered with zero contact.

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