New look Spring Catalogue is ‘one-stop shop’ for gardeners
Biggest and Best Yet
Thompson & Morgan’s Spring Catalogue has had a makeover! The new format promises to give customers a much wider choice than in previous catalogues.
‘We’ve really pushed the boat out this year and given the catalogue a fresh, new look’, enthuses T&M’s design team manager, Chloe Farmer. ‘At 132 pages, it really is Thompson & Morgan’s biggest and best Spring Catalogue yet’.
The reason behind all the excitement is that as well as all the favourite plants, bulbs and shrubs that gardeners have come to expect from this catalogue, which is traditionally delivered just after Christmas, T&M has included selections of products from its other popular ranges. There are flower and vegetable seeds, potatoes, onions and fruit, and the fact that they are all featured in one catalogue is bound to make the business of browsing and ordering much easier for customers.
‘We always strive to provide our customers with the widest range possible’, says Paul Hansord, managing director, ‘and we hope that they will enjoy using this new ‘one-stop shop’ when they’re planning their gardens for next year’.
The catalogue is both easy to use and easy on the eye with clearly marked sections and high-quality colour photographs of a seemingly endless array of products.
There really is something for everyone – from fruit trees to asparagus; from The Alan Titchmarsh Plant Collection to T&M’s bumper basket collection; from fuchsias to fertilisers; from petunias to strawberries. And there are some real novelties too – customers should look out for the world’s first yellow geranium and the never-before-seen colours of Petunia ‘Crazytunia’.
There are lots of money-saving collections and offers throughout the catalogue which should help thrifty gardeners weather the recession – in fact, all they’ll need for a great year in the garden is T&M’s Spring Catalogue, some sunshine and just the right amount of rain!
Did you know?
One of the founders of Thompson & Morgan, William Thompson, was one of the most distinguished plantsmen of his day. He was acquainted with Charles Darwin and in 1897 was awarded the Victorian Medal of Honour, the Royal Horticultural Society’s highest honour.
Rebecca works in the Marketing department as part of the busy web team, focusing on updating the UK news and blog pages and Thompson & Morgan’s international website. Rebecca enjoys gardening and learning about flowers and growing vegetables with her young daughter.