Sowing Sweet Peas National Gardening Week 14th -20th April Thriving at Driftwood
Sunshine and sowing seeds

Sunshine and sowing seeds

I made the most of the sunshine on Sunday morning, busy sowing my tomato and chilli seeds, I love this time of year when it gets busy with seed selection… Read more »

The vegetable revolution

The vegetable revolution

There’s a vegetable revolution going on, one which is set to change the face of allotments, and engage a whole new audience. It’s rainbow veg! Get on board with the… Read more »

Gardening on a budget

Gardening on a budget

In his first blog post for Thompson & Morgan, gardener Richard Laker writes about the challenges of gardening on a budget… My name is Richard Laker, I am (just) the… Read more »

Making a willow dome seating area

Making a willow dome seating area

On a resent visit to Foxton Locks near Market Harborough, I saw a dome made up of willow with a seat. I was so impressed with it, I thought it… Read more »

Spring is on its way

Spring is on its way

After all the horrendous rain, gales and floods I think I can at last say I believe spring is on its way. The heavy rains have stopped here in Bournemouth… Read more »

Spring spruce up begins in Church Lane

Spring spruce up begins in Church Lane

Customer trial panel member Caroline Broome has had a busy weekend, getting ready for spring. At last we have had a fine weekend and I’ve been making the most of… Read more »

Young plants – taking the fuss out of gardening

Young plants – taking the fuss out of gardening

Young plants – what’s all the fuss about? The world has changed so much over the last 20 years and we seem to have less and less leisure time. Thankfully,… Read more »

T&M raises over £1000 for EACH charity

T&M raises over £1000 for EACH charity

During November and December 2013 and January 2014, staff at Thompson & Morgan took part in the EACH £50 challenge – and raised over £1000! The challenge itself was to… Read more »