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Old 29-09-2002, 11:18 AM
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Default Bare rooted Sweet William plants -- where to get them ??

Hi,

I used to regularly find places selling the above (usually in late September) but for the past few
years they have become increasingly scarce :-(

Since they are a family fav. in the garden I'd like to find some this year, but all I can find in
this line is Wallflowers :-(

Can anyone suggest where I could find a supply in the Hampshire/Surrey area (Camberley) ??

TIA
Bob

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Old 29-09-2002, 06:56 PM
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Try your local Focus store. I bought some there yesterday.

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Hi,

I used to regularly find places selling the above (usually in late

September) but for the past few
years they have become increasingly scarce :-(

Since they are a family fav. in the garden I'd like to find some this

year, but all I can find in
this line is Wallflowers :-(

Can anyone suggest where I could find a supply in the Hampshire/Surrey

area (Camberley) ??

TIA
Bob

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Old 29-09-2002, 07:48 PM
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Try your local Focus store. I bought some there yesterday.

Thanks, I'll have a look in the Slough and Bracknell branches tomorrow :-)

Any other sources ?? Just in case :-)

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