I was in the town the other day, opposite the bank is B & M Discount Store. What a sad sight to see trolleys full of dead and dying plants lined up on the pavement outside the shop. Reduced stickers had been put on most of the pots, but they weren't fit to even give away. The only place for these is the compost heap.
Why do B & M order so many, then the staff leave them to die. What a waste of money, waste of plastic and packaging, waste of staff wages both at the store and the garden centre where they were grown. A waste of transport costs, wages and diesel. What a complete waste of time.
Why haven't they been watered and looked after? Such a shame, sad to see so many dying plants. ilona :o(