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The good the bad and the ugly – update from the greenhouse

The good the bad and the ugly – update from the greenhouse

Hello Everyone, When I started this blog in January, I promised you the good, the bad and the ugly. Unfortunately, this month is the bad and the ugly. Things had… Read more »

An update from the Greenhouse

An update from the Greenhouse

Hello everyone! Firstly can I please say a big “Thank you” to everyone who has read my blog and given feedback. I must say I was really worried that no… Read more »

Gardening is therapy – Ray’s story

Gardening is therapy – Ray’s story

A year ago when Ray came to Thrive, he was at a complete loss and couldn’t see a future for himself. Following a career in the army, including particularly tough… Read more »

My Fuchsia Experience so far – by Lucas Hatch

My Fuchsia Experience so far – by Lucas Hatch

Last year I bought the Thompson & Morgan Fuchsia ‘Giant Collection’. It included some of the biggest fuchsia flowers I had ever seen, Bella Rosella, Bicentennial, Quasar, Seventh Heaven and… Read more »

A year in the greenhouse – Amanda

A year in the greenhouse – Amanda

Hello everyone, my name is Amanda and this is the first of what I hope will be one of my many blogs for Thompson & Morgan. I live in Pembrokeshire… Read more »

Fuchsia Festival at Driftwood

Fuchsia Festival at Driftwood

It’s like a fuchsia festival every summer in my garden! I have been collecting them since inheriting 2 standard specimens from family members, one from my Aunt, Margaret Grindrod, in… Read more »

Life of a young gardener – Jack Shilley

Life of a young gardener – Jack Shilley

Hi There! My name is Jack Shilley; I’m 19 years old and i have an incredible passion for horticulture and growing your own. This is my first blog for Thompson… Read more »

ITV and new trial plants – update from Driftwood

ITV and new trial plants – update from Driftwood

Since my last blog for Thompson & Morgan, back at the beginning of July, so much has happened in the garden! Not only have we seen over 2,200 visitors over… Read more »

Thrive – the benefits of gardening

Thrive – the benefits of gardening

Thrive is the leading charity in the UK that uses gardening to bring about positive changes in the lives of people who are living with disabilities or ill health, or… Read more »

One allotment, two children and a caravan

One allotment, two children and a caravan

Hello. I’m Urvashi and I have an allotment in Enfield. I waited a while for it and had almost given up hope when the phone rang and the ever so… Read more »