Posted: 12/04/2017 at 11:40
One thing I always do when I go to DIY stores and garden centres is look out for the nearly dead stuff. If it's a perennial it's usually fine really - a lot of the plants haven't been watered sufficiently most of the time. There's also the double bonus if you can divide the plants
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One of our local garden centres really looks after their plants exceptionally well, so real bargains can be had when plants have passed their flowering period or aren't looking their best. They have massive reductions of up to 75% but aren't on their last legs.
Other GCs just seem to chuck such plants in a corner and forget about them.