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With the release of the new promotion from the Australian supermarket that is getting closer, a photo of the full range of free plants has been leaked online

REVEALED: Leaked photos show the latest collectibles from Woolworths that will be even bigger than Lion King Ooshies and Coles Little Shop

  • Leaked photos of the upcoming Woolworths Discovery Garden have been revealed
  • A photo of the full range of plants has been leaked online in a Facebook group
  • Shoppers have the chance to get hold of different herbs, flowers and vegetables
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Leaked photos from the upcoming release of Woolworth's Discovery Garden show that the environmentally-friendly collectibles are the largest ever.

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With the release of the new promotion from the Australian supermarket that is getting closer, a photo of the full range of free plants has been leaked online.

Shoppers get the chance to get a range of herbs, flowers and vegetables, such as beetroot, tomatoes, violets and even bok choi.

With the release of the new promotion from the Australian supermarket that is getting closer, a photo of the full range of free plants has been leaked online

With the release of the new promotion from the Australian supermarket that is getting closer, a photo of the full range of free plants has been leaked online

Woolworths has announced that it will offer free plants in a new promotion to replace its Lion King Ooshies

Woolworths has announced that it will offer free plants in a new promotion to replace its Lion King Ooshies

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Woolworths has announced that it will offer free plants in a new promotion to replace its Lion King Ooshies

An official poster of the promotion was shared on Facebook, which reveals every plant that consumers can get hold of.

With the poster, customers can also keep track of all the plants they pick up during the promotion.

According to New idea food, the woman who went to Facebook and revealed the poster said they had been available at her local Woolworths.

The supermarket giant confirmed earlier this month that he will offer the free plants in the new promotion to replace the Lion King Ooshies.

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Released in September, it claims that the collectables & # 39; are designed to allow Australians of all ages to grow their own fresh food & # 39 ;.

& # 39; Woolworths Discovery Garden is based on the internationally successful & # 39; Little Garden & # 39; that was previously rolled out in countries such as New Zealand and South Africa, & # 39; said a spokesman for the supermarket.

& # 39; We are delighted to give Australians the opportunity to participate in the program and look forward to sharing more details about what customers can expect closer to the launch date. & # 39;

The supermarket giant said they were excited to confirm that they would bring the new collectable assortment to stores to allow Australians to grow their own fresh food

The supermarket giant said they were excited to confirm that they would bring the new collectable assortment to stores to allow Australians to grow their own fresh food

The supermarket giant said they were excited to confirm that they would bring the new collectable assortment to stores to allow Australians to grow their own fresh food

The supermarket giant launches Woolworth's Discovery Garden in September
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The supermarket giant launches Woolworth's Discovery Garden in September

The supermarket giant launches Woolworth's Discovery Garden in September

Social media users celebrated the fact that the company was moving away from plastic collectables.

& # 39; Yes, for dumping Ooshies, love the collectable plants! A step in the right direction & # 39 ;, wrote a social media user.

& # 39; Do not stop here, remove unnecessary plastic packaging from your products. & # 39;

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Another said: & # 39; Well done with the new Discovery Garden promotion Woolworths. It is a fantastic message to send to children and a big step forward. & # 39;

The move comes after the store was confronted with leeway for the introduction of the Lion King Ooshies, which consumers feared were a danger to the environment.

& # 39; Can you please stop doing things like Ooshies! This not only causes huge amounts of environmental problems with lots of plastic, they also create problems for those children they don't have, & a person wrote.

Daily Mail Australia has contacted Woolworths for comments.

The new Discovery Garden collectibles from Woolworths

  • Thyme
  • Basil
  • Coriander
  • Oregano
  • chives
  • Dill
  • Rocket ship
  • Camomile
  • Parsley
  • Kale
  • Cress
  • Onion
  • Lettuce
  • Beetroot
  • Roots
  • Radish
  • Tomato
  • Cabbage
  • Spinach
  • Bok Choi
  • Violet
  • Viola
  • Dianthus
  • snapdragon

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