Presents in the Post

 

Mail order plants can get a bad press, especially at the moment, when both Royal Mail and private couriers have been overwhelmed by demand from the locked-down population.

One of our gardeners has received a parcel today, and is dancing a jig on her lawn.  I’m not surprised – the plants look lovely.  Here they are:

 

A box full of Nemesia – and it looks like good, stout packaging.

Julie's Nemesia 1 A

 

And here they are, unpacked.

Julie's Nemesia 2 A

 

Super!   I should give a shout out to the supplier (Plants by Post), and no, none of us get any benefits from them.  But if a supplier does well, we should say so.

As an afterword – I’ve had to edit yesterday’s post.  It isn’t a tree stump, after all…

5 thoughts on “Presents in the Post”

    1. They just had some rolled up brown paper in the corners and ‘fragile’ ‘plants’ ‘this way up’ stickers on the box. Royal mail were responsible for the delivery.

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