Lidl and B&Q have accidentally been selling plants worth £4,000 for £10

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Small naturally occurring variations in common plants can make them extremely valuable. Even just selling a leaf or a stem for someone else to propagate, could earn you loads. Shops like Lidl and B&Q often sell popular house plants. But lucky shoppers can sometimes pick up a bargain if supermarkets mistake these variations for disease and sell them off at a reduced price.
4 months ago

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Manchester Evening News

Lidl and B&Q have accidentally been selling plants worth £4,000 for £10

The supermarket plants are being sold online for thousands

4 months ago·Manchester, United Kingdom
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Chronicle Live

The rare plants accidentally sold at Lidl and B&Q that could be worth thousands

If you picked up all sorts of plants in your local Lidl and B&Q during the pandemic you might be sitting on a fortune

4 months ago·Newcastleupon Tyne, United Kingdom
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Rare plants accidentally sold at Lidl could be worth thousands

Lidl, B&Q and other shops could be selling incredibly rare houseplants and mistaking them for diseased or common versions instead

4 months ago·United Kingdom
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Nottingham Post

Rare plants worth thousands accidentally being sold

Some are even mistaken for disease by the shop

4 months ago·Nottingham, United Kingdom
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South Wales Argus

Rare plants accidentally sold at Lidl and B&Q are then listed for thousands

Features that are often mistaken for disease can see plants reduced in price

4 months ago·Newport, United Kingdom
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Blackpool Gazette

Lidl and B&Q accidentally sell rare plants worth £4,000 for just £10

Lidl and B&Q have accidentally been selling rare plants that are worth thousands of pounds.

4 months ago·Blackpool, United Kingdom
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