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Gardening New Year Resolutions

Gardening New Year Resolutions

It’s that time of year where we start to make commitments to join the gym, stop smoking, or to tick something else off our bucket list. But, what we want… Read more »

Therapeutic Gardening – How has it helped Melanie ?

Therapeutic Gardening – How has it helped Melanie ?

Here Thrive, the UK charity that uses therapeutic gardening to change lives, shows how it has made a difference to Melanie’s life. Two years ago when Melanie came to Thrive… Read more »

What soil type do I have?

What soil type do I have?

It is really important for any gardener to spend time finding out what soil type they have in their garden. There is no point investing in plants and trying to… Read more »

Gardening is a waiting game

Gardening is a waiting game

Gardening isn’t one of those hobbies that we can just roll out of bed and do such as running or dancing. It requires a considerable amount of time to carefully… Read more »

Amaryllis – flamboyant and never understated

Amaryllis – flamboyant and never understated

Commonly known as amaryllis, hippeastrum bulbs are hugely popular gifts for Christmas. There really is no question as to why increasing numbers are choosing the amaryllis as a Christmas gift,… Read more »

Christmas gifts for her

Christmas gifts for her

Finding the perfect Christmas gifts for her is easy with Thompson & Morgan’s  new Christmas gifts range for 2014. There is a great selection of gardening gifts, indoor plant gifts,… Read more »

Christmas advent calendar 2014

Christmas advent calendar 2014

There is nothing more exciting than rushing downstairs to open the door of your Christmas advent calendar for your tasty treat, even when you are told to eat your breakfast… Read more »

Black Friday 2014

Black Friday 2014

Black Friday UK is becoming more popular every year, and since its origination in America it has become highly recognised worldwide. Black Friday occurs the day after thanksgiving and unofficially… Read more »

Enjoy December’s garden

Enjoy December’s garden

After a long year tending to our garden, December is the time for us to put our feet up with a spring catalogue and enjoy the winter’s tracery. During colder… Read more »

Holly and Ivy – what is there to know?

Holly and Ivy – what is there to know?

Holly trees can be self-fertile, male or female; so some bushes may need a partner to ensure they can pollinate and produce berries. This is not usually a problem in… Read more »