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Asda is selling glow in the dark roses for Halloween

Asda is selling glow in the dark roses for Halloween

HALLOWEEN is just a few days away so you might be thinking about the perfect finishing touches to create your very own house of horror.Fortunately, As

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HALLOWEEN is just a few days away so you might be thinking about the perfect finishing touches to create your very own house of horror.

Fortunately, Asda is ready to help with the launch of brand new, glow in the dark roses.

Asda is selling glow in the dark Halloween roses

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Asda is selling glow in the dark Halloween roses

They’re real blooms, but when the lights go down they emit an eerie yellow-green glow.

From October 28, customers will be able to grab a bunch of the new spooky flowers for just £5.

Each bunch contains five roses, which works out as £1 per rose.

You’ll have to be quick though as the bunches are only available while stocks last.

Which Asda stores are stocking the Halloween roses

HERE’S the full list of stores that will have the roses available:

They’re in store only, and they won’t be available in every Asda store, just the ones that usually stock flowers.

The Sun has asked for a full list of stores that will have the bunches available and will update this story once we have it.

We couldn’t find any similar roses online for a lower price.

The roses join an impressive array of Halloween products at Asda, including horrifying Halloween pizzas.

The roses give off an eerie green glow

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The roses give off an eerie green glow

The pizzas are shaped like pumpkins and come with five different topping combinations: Cheese Meltdown, Pepperoni Feast, The Sizzler, Veggie Supreme, and Meat Feast.

All five varieties cost £3.50 – but unfortunately you can’t order them online. Instead you need to head to an Asda store with a fresh pizza counter.

There’s also an Ogle the Caterpillar cake, which Asda launched for the first time this year.

The cousin of Clive – Ogle is made from chocolate sponge and costs just £6.

He will be available in-store at Asda’s nationwide and online from October 8 and costs just £6.

The Halloween rules in lockdown

UNFORTUNATELY, this year’s Halloween celebrations are likely to look different to other years.

Asda’s Halloween pizzas are back and they’re shaped like spooky pumpkins.

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This post first appeared on thesun.co.uk

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