Posted: 25/06/2014 at 11:31
If the price is normally "too good to be true" don't expect full blooms of fantastical flowers at the size you'd expect to buy from a local market. If they were that good a quality why would they be giving them away so cheaply?
But they ought certainly still be alive - even in need of TLC. Plenty of people have given you email addresses to contact.
I've just brought the 48 lavenders for postage costs only. I fully expect the plants to be very small and in need of potting on and protecting over winter before going out on display next year. I expect this because they are so cheap, I did my research, came on the forum and read of previous people's experiences buying these "bargains". As with most things in life you get what you pay for.
EMAIL ADDRESS: email@example.com.