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want to post seedlings....

Lancashire, United Kingdom Gb

whats the best way to protect them whilst in the post?---would hope they would reach recipient day after posting if sent first class---any help would be appreciated



I have had great success recieving and sending by wrapping them moist in damp kitchen paper put into a polythene bag and then place in a little cardboard box to prevent them being squashed and wrap. if they are fairly small and delicate I would suggest you transfer them with their peat into a piece of toilet paper roll. before putting in the polythene bag.

15 Mar, 2009

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