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  • by Mrs Lisa Moore
    11 July 2020

    Fun product and eco friendly.

  • by Trusted Customer
    30 January 2020

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  • by Mrs Emma O’Neill
    12 December 2018

    Recipient was pleased and the recyclable qua… read more

Make your own seedling pots from old newspapers

Paper Potter

£13.95

Size (cm): 14×8×8
Ref: TW-3087
Weight: 165g

6 available now

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Paper Potters

Make your own seedling pots from old newspapers
About

Minimal disturbance to your pocket and roots, eliminating the need to buy sowing and seedling pots. Make your own from old newspapers using this, the original wooden paper potter former. When seedlings are ready to plant out, transplant them in their bio-degradable paper pots.

Made in the UK.

Product Specification

Boxed with full instructions.

Delivery Information

Availability

Check lead times below the item price. This item will normally be despatched from that date, to worldwide destinations, in accordance with your delivery choice. We will contact you if there is any unexpected delay to this estimate.

Costs

• Standard UK P&P £3.95 (small orders).
• UK Express Delivery £6.50
• Other delivery options available, at the checkout stage, including FREE click and collect.
• See Delivery FAQ's for more information.
• Please note the order cut off times for next day and weekend deliveries (generally noon).

Overseas Delivery

Overseas and non mainland UK delivery charges are estimated at check out and we reserve the right to discuss a further charge if appropriate, however will not ship the item until we have your agreement. See our overseas delivery for more details.

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Customer Reviews
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(3)
  • by Mrs Lisa Moore
    11 July 2020

    Fun product and eco friendly.

  • by Trusted Customer
    30 January 2020

    I'm hoping they do what I hope will and are … read more

  • by Mrs Emma O’Neill
    12 December 2018

    Recipient was pleased and the recyclable qua… read more

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