End the Shivers! No More Brrrrrrrs!

Heated Clothing at Primrose

We’re seeing the first signs of spring, but winter isn’t over yet!

Whether you’re looking to stay warm on your daily commute or are planning a skiing holiday, your hands will thank you for keeping them warm with Warmawear™ heated clothing.

Shop our end of season sale with discounts of up to 80% off RRP now!

After using them for only two hours I immediately ordered a second pair.

Heated Gloves from £3.95 Heated Socks and Insoles from £9.99 Heated Scarves, Hats and Warmers from £2.99

Very good product that works really well and are at a very competitive price – I can recommend these without hesitation.

Warmawear Icebiters Heated Gilets and Jackets from

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Darryl’s Reading Half Marathon

Darryl MarathonSee that guy? That’s Darryl.

You have seen him before – he was part of our customer service Christmas jumpers day and also took part in Movember 2012!

For this year he’s set himself a new goal and will take part in the Reading half marathon on the 2nd of March in order to raise funds for Cancer Research UK.

When he doesn’t wear funny jumpers he strives to make each and everyone of our customers happy, supports Southampton Football Club [we try not to hold that against him too much!] and makes the occasional cup of tea.

If you like to donate to Cancer Research UK and show support to Darryl you can donate on JustGiving now. 

We wish him good luck for his half marathon!

wedding-meCat works in the marketing team and is responsible for online marketing, social media and the newsletter.

She spends most of her time reading about a variety of interesting facts, such as oddly named Canadian towns, obscure holidays and unusual gardening.

She mostly writes about Primrose news and current events.

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Let’s Party – FREE Ground Bar Kit with selected Marquees!

Marquees from Primrose

free_ground_bar_2A great party involves a lot of planning, but often the thing that can’t be predicted is the weather. Don’t worry – we’ve got you covered with a Primrose Marquee and our promotion for a FREE ground bar kit worth up to £78.99.

Designed specifically for free-standing marquees they give extra rigidity and are especially useful in windy and exposed locations.

Not sure what size you need? Take a look at our handy party planner.

This marquee is a great success.
Easy to assemble and effective once up.

  • Next Day Delivery – Order by 3pm
  • The best guarantee on the market – Up to 3 years
  • Easy to follow instructions – Assembled in less than 2 hours
  • Best prices – We price check every day
  • Lovely customer service – And no pushy sales calls
  • No Logo – we don’t put our advert on your marquee
  • Full range of spares and accessories

Marquees from Primrose

wedding-meCat works in the marketing team and is responsible for online marketing, social media and the newsletter.

She spends most of her time reading about a variety of interesting facts, such as oddly named Canadian towns, obscure holidays and unusual gardening.

She mostly writes about Primrose news and current events.

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Are elephants really afraid of mice?

Silent Roar at PrimroseSome of the products we sell are just a little bit more unusual than others – for example our Silent Roar cat repellent which contains lion poo and is an effective and environmentally friendly way to keep cats away from your garden. We have also heard of it being used as a method to keep cats in the garden, for example for people living near busy roads.

It’s not surprising to see funny comments about the product and we absolutely loved this comment thread in the my Telegraph section last week:

  • helpmaboab: Lion poo. http://www.primrose.co.uk/silent-roar-cat-repellent-05kg-p-791.html?source=blog
  • KatiePult: What do you use to keep lions out of your garden then?
  • helpmaboab: Elephant poo. It really spooks the lions.
  • KatiePult: What keeps elephants out then?
  • Rosie21: Don’t say anything about elephants, they are up and down the avenue two or three times a day……come to think of it, that poo in my front garden is…………….!!
  • KatiePult: Like stepping stones, mini roundabouts? Delete as appropriate.
  • helpmaboab: Mouse poo. Elephants are terrified of mice.
  • KatiePult: Isn’t that a myth? They are probably scared of accidentally squashing them with their exceptionally large feet. I have never seen an elephant jump up on a chair or table when confronted with a mouse or other small rodent, but to be fair elephants cannot jump.
  • helpmaboab: It is just a myth but all elephants believe the myth. They are not very well informed.
  • KatiePult: How on earth would anyone know? Obviously they would have trouble using a qwerty keyboard so surfing the internet is problematic as would reading a broadstreet newspaper.
  • helpmaboab: Not just keyboard problems, they can’t use a computer mouse, because they’re terrified of mice. It’s a vicious circle.

Thank you, helpmaboab, KatiePult and Rosie21!

wedding-meCat works in the marketing team and is responsible for online marketing, social media and the newsletter.

She spends most of her time reading about a variety of interesting facts, such as oddly named Canadian towns, obscure holidays and unusual gardening.

She mostly writes about Primrose news and current events.

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Yes Please! Spring Planting Bulbs – 3 for 2!

Flower Bulbs at Primrose

We’ve been busy planning our gardens for 2014, and creating a haven for wildlife is high on our lists.

With reports of an ever declining bee population potentially threatening crops, we can do our share to help them by devising gardens with a high concentration of nectar and pollen rich flowers.

Our range of over 100 varieties of flower bulbs can now be pre-ordered and is expected to ship mid February.

We’d love to hear your plans for 2014 – share them with us on our blog!

Dahlia Tubers from £2.99 Gladiolus Bulbs from £3.99 Begonia Tubers from £3.99
Lily Bulbs from £2.99 Arum Lily Bulbs from £4.99 Iris Bulbs from £4.45
Montbretia Bulbs from £3.99 Canna Bulbs from £3.99 Edible Garden Bulbs from £1.99
Bee Friendly Bulbs from £12.99 Other Bulbs from £3.45 Gift Bulbs from £11.99

The goods came quickly and very well packed. The bulbs were in very good condition and am looking forward to the spring.

Over 1150 Planters from £0.99

Garden Hand Tools from £2.45

wedding-meCat works in the marketing team and is responsible for online marketing, social media and the newsletter.

She spends most of her time reading about a variety of interesting facts, such as oddly named Canadian towns, obscure holidays and unusual gardening.

She mostly writes about Primrose news and current events.

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