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Lifestyle plants

Post by GARYnNAT » Sun May 03, 2009 10:23 am

I popped into our local notcutts yesterday to pick up some compost, they had a new range of plants in called "lifestyle plants",

http://www.lifestyleplants.co.uk/

The website still needs sorting, the price for the maurelli is not correct!!!

While not that out of the ordinary there were some good plants and they were a very good price, i picked up this Agave americana for £10
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Re: Lifestyle plants

Post by bodster » Sun May 03, 2009 10:31 am

I wonder what kind of a lifestyle is implied by an agave :)


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Re: Lifestyle plants

Post by mixiepalms » Sun May 03, 2009 12:09 pm

http://www.lifestyleplants.co.uk/plant.asp?ID=1

how much for a basjoo in a 10 litre pot????? must be a mistake surely lol.
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Post by Dave Brown » Sun May 03, 2009 2:08 pm

No probably not Mixie :lol: Their basjoo originates from Mexico, not the normal Chinese/Japanese type :lol:
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Re: Lifestyle plants

Post by AndrewBird » Sun May 10, 2009 1:21 pm

GARYnNAT wrote:I popped into our local notcutts yesterday to pick up some compost, they had a new range of plants in called "lifestyle plants",

http://www.lifestyleplants.co.uk/

The website still needs sorting, the price for the maurelli is not correct!!!

While not that out of the ordinary there were some good plants and they were a very good price, i picked up this Agave americana for £10
garden april 09 020.jpg
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Re: Lifestyle plants

Post by musa_monkey » Sun May 10, 2009 8:12 pm

GARYnNAT wrote:I popped into our local notcutts yesterday to pick up some compost, they had a new range of plants in called "lifestyle plants",

http://www.lifestyleplants.co.uk/

The website still needs sorting, the price for the maurelli is not correct!!!

Gary
:shock: Blimey at £323 fora maurelli i should hope not :lol:
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Re: Lifestyle plants

Post by AndrewBird » Sun May 10, 2009 9:36 pm

musa_monkey wrote:
GARYnNAT wrote:I popped into our local notcutts yesterday to pick up some compost, they had a new range of plants in called "lifestyle plants",

http://www.lifestyleplants.co.uk/

The website still needs sorting, the price for the maurelli is not correct!!!

Gary
:shock: Blimey at £323 fora maurelli i should hope not :lol:

My lifestyle cant afford that :lol: :lol: :lol: icon_thumbdown icon_thumbdown icon_thumbdown
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Re: Lifestyle plants

Post by kentgardener » Mon May 11, 2009 1:08 am

:lol:

It cost's £323 because it is the rare waterlilly flowered Maurelli leafed basjoo!
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http://www.lifestyleplants.co.uk/plant.asp?ID=1&img=3
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Re: Lifestyle plants

Post by bodster » Mon May 11, 2009 6:51 am

with a bit of lamparanthus thrown in for good measure too by the looks of it John :)


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