Summer is the prime time for your plants as they will be looking their very best. Beautiful blooms of Buddleja Buzz™, turbo-charged trailing fuchsias and shimmering metallic Begonia ‘Garden Angels’ will be catching everyone’s eyes. Our gardening competitions give you the opportunity to share your beloved garden with us and other gardeners, with the added bonus of winning a prize! What is there to lose?

Your beds and borders

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Do you have a stunning display in your beds or borders? Send in a photo of your beds and borders in all their glory and you could win £250 in Thompson & Morgan vouchers.

Your patio garden

gardening competitions

How does your patio garden grow? Do you have stunning patio garden worthy of winning our competition? Send in your photo and you could be in the running to win £250 of Thompson & Morgan vouchers.

Fruit and vegetables

gardening competitions
There is nothing like eating your home grown fruit and vegetables. If you are growing your own, why not send us a picture and you could win £250 of Thompson & Morgan vouchers. When you harvest your fruit and vegetables if they turn out funny shapes or sizes then you could enter our unusual fruit and vegetable competition to win a prize also.

Increditransformations

gardening competitions
Incredibloom® is a ground-breaking innovation in premium fertilisers. It guarantees that your plants will be fed the correct nutrients as and when they need them. We are so sure that you will notice the difference that we are giving you the opportunity to win £100 for your increditransformations. Just upload your blooming flowers and if we use your picture you will win £100 e-voucher!

View all our competitions here and see what prizes you could win.

Closing date for all competitions is 30th September 2014. Please make sure you read our terms and conditions before entering. Good Luck!

Terri Overett

Terri works in the e-commerce marketing department assisting the busy web team. Terri manages our blog and social media pages here at Thompson & Morgan and is dedicated to providing useful advice to our gardeners. Terri is new to gardening and keen to develop her horticultural knowledge.

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