Our decorative pot and support frame is specially designed to train plants into pillars of colour. It can be used as a half frame, for supporting plants to use as cut flowers, or as full frame for showy climbers such as Clematis. The Tower Pot is so versatile! Here are our gardening tips to get you on your way;


Here are a few gardening tips for Tower Pots on how you can grow yours…

1. Use at half-height for growing cut flowers; this will ensure that the stems are nice and staight, and perfect for cutting.

2. You can also use your frame in the open ground; so why not add an extra dimension to a border?

3. Tie in your plants as soon as possible in order to get the best display.

 Discover varieties for your Tower Pots;


Variegated Porcelain Vine

Native to woodland in Asia, this deciduous hardy climber is easy to grow and makes a fascinating addition to wall, fences, sheds or trellis. Marbled green and white leaves, with hints of pink, adorn vigorous stems which climb with the aid of pink tendrils. Clusters of insignificant green flowers in mid to late summer are followed by breathtaking bright blue and violet berries in the autumn!


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Star Jasmine

This elegant evergreen climber bears thousands of pure white, star-shaped flowers throughout summer on twining woody stems. The glossy, evergreen foliage forms the perfect backdrop for its dramatic blooms which perfume the air with an irresistible, sweet fragrance. A stunning addition to a scented patio garden or grown against a sheltered wall for a truly glamorous display. Height and spread


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Clematis ‘Top to Bottom Magenta’

This stunning, large-flowered Clematis has been specially selected for its ability to flower from its base to its tips. Vibrant, magenta blooms with contrasting creamy coloured stamens cover Clematis (Top to Bottom) ‘Success Magenta’ throughout summer for a fabulous, long-lasting display. This free flowering variety also has a neat, compact growth habit making it ideal for growing in large containers on the patio.


Have a search through our varieties and see what amazing pillars of colour you can create here. Happy gardening.

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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