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FREE 5 CHRISTMAS ROSE PLANTS.

KNOWN as the 'Christmas Rose', Hellebore Niger's pretty pearl white blooms appear faithfully every winter and last through to early spring. And you can get this gorgeous Christmas Rose worth pounds 15.99 for free; all you have to do is pay the cost of the postage.

These pretty flowers are a favourite choice among gardeners. With a majestic crown of golden stamens, the plants are extremely easy to grow and require very little attention throughout the year. At a time when most other things in the garden are looking bare and uninspiring, these are just the thing to add a touch of brightness to your winter garden You can claim your Christmas Rose plants completely FREE* - just send pounds 4.50 to cover the cost of postage. As if this offer is not great enough on its own, take a look at some more fabulous offers.

HOW TO REDEEM By Post: Send a completed order form to: Daily Record FREE Christmas Rose, Dept TMTDR2, PO Box 99, Sudbury, CO10 2SN. Please make cheques payable to TMYP and remember to write your full name and address, including postcode, on the back of your cheque. (Do not send stamps or cash). Only one application per reader. By Phone: Call the CREDIT CARD HOTLINE on 0844 573 2020 (Minimum order value for telephone orders pounds 10) quoting REF: TMTDR2 (OPEN Mon-Sun 9am - 8pm).

Plants and special offer items will be despatched from May 2010 onwards. Delivery to UK addresses only. Please note that your contract for supply of goods is with T&M (YP) Ltd. (Terms & Conditions available upon request). All offers are subject to availability.
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Title Annotation:Features
Publication:Daily Record (Glasgow, Scotland)
Geographic Code:6NIGE
Date:Oct 21, 2010
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