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 Discs of peat Egbert Dewhurst - Fri, 3 Mar 19:01
Discs of peat Madge - Sat, 4 Mar 01:24
Discs of peat KathrynP - Sun, 5 Mar 14:07
Discs of peat Egbert Dewhurst - Tue, 7 Mar 17:23

Discs of peat Date: Fri, 3 Mar 19:01
Author: Default User IconEgbert Dewhurst Location: Dalesbury Profile
Hello all, first time writer, long time reader. Could any of you fine, fine people tell me where I can purchase discs of peat for my garden as I wish to grow some beautiful flowers. My wife Ada passed away recently and I want to grow some flowers in her memory.

Warm regards,

Mr E. Dewhurst

Discs of peat Date: Sat, 4 Mar 01:24
Author: Custom IconMadge Location: Hertfordshire Profile
If you mean the small discs which expand when watering them, they are available at garden centres or on Amazon - just type in 'peat discs'. You soak them in water and then add your seeds to them. I used to used them a lot. Good luck with your flower garden.

Discs of peat Date: Sun, 5 Mar 14:07
Author: Custom IconKathrynP Location: South Cumbria Profile
Hi Madge, Tried to email you to wish you happy birthday but message was returned. I can only get onto site as guest or as a reply to comments. Best wishes

Discs of peat Date: Tue, 7 Mar 17:23
Author: Default User IconEgbert Dewhurst Location: Dalesbury Profile
Thank you Marjorie for your advice. I have since purchased some discs of peat, so hopefully they will work.

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