B&M shoppers are scrambling to the shop after woman bags massive plant haul for a quid | The Sun

A SAVVY bargain hunter has shown how she takes full advantage of B&M allegedly never watering their plants.

The discount store always has stacks of plants at the front of the store.

But they often look as though they have just been left, with people noting in the past that it seems like they are never watered.

And one woman has explained how she uses the situation to her advantage, as she shared a picture of the masses of plants she'd manage to get from B&M for just £1.

"B &M don’t bother watering the plants they sell, then they shrivel up and they reduce their price a lot," she wrote alongside the snap on the Extreme Couponing and Bargains UK group on Facebook.

"If you buy perennials you can clip off the dead leaves and rehydrate them!!

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"Cheap plants!! This lot cost me £1."

People were quick to comment on the post, with one writing: "My mum does this all the time. most of the plants in her garden came from a discounted beginning!

"Her garden is like an oasis!"

"I love buying reduced plants! You can save a fortune," another added.

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"Most of the time they just need a good pruning and a water and they’re perfect."

As a third added: "I bought a couple of lavender plants last year from B&Q they were reduced to £2 because they looked half dead.

"I just cut off all the brown bits and planted them.

"They’re huge now!" 

"A few years ago I bought a viburnum shrub for a £1," someone else said.

"I now have a row of it as it has flourished and spread. Not everything can be saved but well worth seeking out."

"I did the same thing last month it was amazing how they bounced back and are doing well," another wrote.

"Perennials are the best bargain."

While others slammed B&M for not watering or looking after the plants that they sell.

"It’s sad they don’t look after the plants," one wrote.

"They need to employ people who care about plants."

"Makes my blood boil when they don’t water the plants, such a waste," another added.

While someone else argued: "B&M do water their plants – the problem is different watering schedules and what time of day they get watered due to hot weather.

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"Plants do go quicker in the heat, that's why unless they are in a proper garden centre, plants go out of condition a lot quicker.

"It's not easy caring for plants in the summer months."

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