New Christmas gifts range now online

Our new Christmas gifts range is now online!

New Christmas gifts range now online

Rose ‘Infinity’

We’ve given our Christmas gifts website a revamp and now you’ll find a wide range of gifts at www.thompson-morgan.com/gifts-for-christmas

Each gift is beautifully presented and packed by hand to arrive fresh and perfect. With over 40 gifts under £20, there’s something for every budget. Not only that, but all the lovely bulbs featured can be planted into the garden after flowering indoors to extend this season of giving.

And what’s more, you can now order all your non-gift seeds and plug plants at the same time!

  • Only pay P&P once, regardless of how many gifts you send
  • Easy-care gifts – no expertise required
  • Gifts delivered direct to your family and friends
  • FREE personalised card included with every gift
  • 100% quality satisfaction guaranteed or your money back!
  • Stress-free shopping from the comfort of your home
  • Free P&P on orders over £60

Take a peek at some of our great new products…

New Christmas gifts range now online

Azalea Tree

Azalea Tree
This evergreen, double-flowered azalea has been fashioned into the shape of a Christmas tree! The Azalea Tree comes in a 15cm decorative pot and laden with ready-to-bloom buds. It’s rather unusual, but we think it’s rather lovely and sure to be a talking point. It’s also available in white.

Rose ‘Infinity’
Rose ‘Infinity’ is a true wonder – the miniature rose bush is adorned with tight buds that open into beautiful pink or white blooms over the course of 5 weeks! Each bloom boasts 80-100 petals and grow to 6cm across. It can later be planted into the garden, where it will continue to delight the senses.

New Christmas gifts range now online

Standard Bay Tree

Standard Bay Tree
Bay trees are the perfect for those on your gift list who love practical presents – they’re both stunning in the garden and invaluable in the kitchen! These beautiful standard bay trees have been expertly shaped and are supplied as a 4-5 year old plant in a 4-litre pot.

 

 

 

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