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Begins 4/8, #3.5 Bonnie Basics vegetables, 4 for $10, Home Depot

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Beginning 4/8, Home Depot will have #3.5 Bonnie Basics vegetables 4 for $10, valid in store only.

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Why TD? Regular price is around $4. Maybe regional? Still too early to plant in midwest.
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Thanks, been waiting for this.
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I usually grow my own from seeds. You can get several packs for $1 at the Dollar Tree.
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I usually grow my own from seeds. You can get several packs for $1 at the Dollar Tree.
Skipping the entire seedling process for $1.50 seems like an easy decision to me.
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Quote from SeikenDensetsu :
Skipping the entire seedling process for $1.50 seems like an easy decision to me.
I just use a recycled flower flat from Lowe's. Add some dirt and place the seeds in each compartment. Water for a week or two until they're ready to go into the ground. For that $1.50 you spent on one plant, you could plant 1 1/2 dozen of your own.

They're just doing the same thing and charging you a premium for each one.
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Are these organic?
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Are these organic?
yes, they are related to or derived from living matter.
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yes, they are related to or derived from living matter.
Cool, but are they gluten free?
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Cool, but are they gluten free?
The biggest question is if they're free range. I don't want to eat vegetables that have been cooped up in a pen their whole lives...
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Cool, but are they gluten free?
Not sure, but they are plant-based
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Not able to see the ad on the home depot page
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I think the best ones to buy are mint plants since they're usually finicky to grow, it's gonna be mint julep season soon!
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Quote from Mustekala :
I think the best ones to buy are mint plants since they're usually finicky to grow, it's gonna be mint julep season soon!
Mint grows like weed as long as the soil is not dry, it will grow.
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