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Scroll through this B&Q leaflet valid from - to - to see the latest deals. On 200 pages of the current offer, you will find the best deals from the Hobby, DIY and household goods category. This B&Q leaflet offers discounts on more than 185 products, making sure you get the best deal on the things you buy! If you want to save on your next shopping trip to B&Q, don't forget to look through the entire leaflet from page 1 to page 200. On the current page you will find promotions on christmas tree; however, this leaflet from B&Q offers many other discounts on goods like bedding, table, christmas tree. If you want to shop smart and save on your next shopping trip to B&Q, don’t miss the latest leafletr full of amazing prices and wonderful discounts. Come back to My Leaflet every day to make sure you don’t miss out on great promotions offered by your favourite retailers.

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July August What to grow: Hydrangea Deciduous shrub with large flower heads developing each year. Things to do: Make the most of sunny days and enjoy eating outside with a gas or charcoal barbecue. What to grow: Dianthus Blooms in pinks and whites. Grows well in borders and containers. Things to do: Continue to feed and water any remaining crops and harvest any veggies. September What to grow: Cyclamen Elegant plant that flowers from autumn to winter. Things to do: Plant daffodils and hyacinths now so that they bloom in spring. October What to grow: Heathers Evergreen plant producing beautiful flowers in late autumn, winter and spring. Things to do: Begin the autumn tidy by pruning shrubs, trimming hedges and using a blow vac to clear leaves. November What to grow: Skimmia Rubella Evergreen shrub that flowers in spring. Things to do: Tidy up the garden. Ensure anything that needs protecting into your shed or plastic storage. December What to grow: Holly Favourite seasonal evergreen shrub. Things to do: Potted Christmas trees can be bought three weeks or more in advance. Stand it in a sheltered spot in the garden until you’re ready to bring it in and decorate it. 7

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