Aldi's Special Buys range this week is focussed on all things garden. The range includes essentials like pots and water butts, a brilliant value walk-in greenhouse, and even a lawnmower for just £59.99! As always with Special Buys, get down to your local store as soon as possible, because once they're gone, they're gone.
The Walk-in Greenhouse is perfect for gardeners wanting to start growing flowers, plants and vegetables. Assembled in minutes and made from strong tubular steel with a reinforced, heavy duty zip-up weather cover, it will withstand even the wettest and windiest of British summers. This greenhouse would make a great addition to any garden, and is great value at just £27.99.
If the sunshine has made your winter-neglected lawn go wild, then look no further than this brillaint 1400W Lawnmower for just £59.99. This top quality lawnmower features three adjustable cutting heights, 36 litre grass collection box and an impact resistant casing, making it a great investment for gardeners. Great value and built to last, this one is going to fly out of stores.
Trimming trees and hacking back shrubs has never been easier with Aldi’s tough 1500W petrol chainsaw. Featuring an anti-vibration handle, this fantastic quality tool is the ultimate gadget for the green fingered. The tool-free chain tensioning also means it will remain in tip top condition for years to come. It is priced £79.99.
There's no excuse to use water from the tap with this fantastic 100L Water Butt Set. Save water, and money if you are on a water meter, with this water butt kit priced at just £18.99. It features an easy-to-use tap, fits both round and square downpipes, holds up to 100 litres of water, and is even made from recycled material. It is a must-have for every garden.
Also available is a Retractable Garden Hose priced £49.99 and a 15m Soaker Hose for £6.99; tools such as an axe and sledge hammer, priced £12.99 each; and other garden accessories and essentials from just 99p.
Aldi’s Specialbuys Watering & Maintenance ranges go in store today, 23rd April, but don’t delay because once they’re gone, they’re gone!