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for greenhouses and outdoor plant protection respectively...

where do people acquire these things? Can they be bought somewhere off
the roll?

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for greenhouses and outdoor plant protection respectively...

where do people acquire these things? Can they be bought somewhere off
the roll?

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Our local Garden Centre and most B&Q's do the bubblewrap.

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for greenhouses and outdoor plant protection respectively...

where do people acquire these things? Can they be bought somewhere off
the roll?

Brian Mitchell
Most garden centres stock both either on a roll or as packs, or buy on line at many of the online stores (just google what you want.
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On 19 Apr, 10:42, Anne Jackson wrote:
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for greenhouses and outdoor plant protection respectively...
where do people acquire these things? Can they be bought somewhere off
the roll?


Viking (office supplies) sell rolls of bubblewrap. *
Don't know about fleece...

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Try http://www.kaysdiscountgarden.co.uk/1.html
or http://www.lbsgardenwarehouse.co.uk/
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Thanks for all the leads.

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