Welcome to Thompson & Morgan’s gardening blog

Tips for growing flowers in your garden

Flowers bring colour, texture and scent to our gardens and provide a welcome source of food for pollinators. With a little patience you can grow many flowers cost-effectively from seed. Short of time? You can also create an instant flower border in just a few hours...

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Garden design tricks that make a big statement

If you’re dreaming up big plans for your garden in the New Year and you’re looking for clever ways to create dramatic impact, we can help. We asked our favourite British garden designers for their top tips on how to make a big statement in your outside space. Here’s...

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How to make a small garden feel more spacious

Small gardens have to work harder than big ones. When your outdoor space is limited, you’ll need clever design and innovative planting to make it feel roomier. We asked some of our favourite British garden-designers for their top tips on making a small garden feel...

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December News Update

New Spring Catalogues are on their way! Thompson & Morgan’s new spring catalogues are in and will soon be winging their way to gardeners up and down the UK. The full spring range is now available online at www.thompson-morgan.com and offers the horticultural mail...

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Top tips for family gardens

Kids have a natural love of nature, but they’re easily lured back indoors by screen time. If you’d like to get your children out in the garden for fresh air, learning and fun, we’ve compiled some great tips courtesy of our favourite family and gardening bloggers....

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News update from Thompson & Morgan

Further ‘reveals’ from our new Spring Range We’ve just released details and images of a number of new products that will feature in our Spring 2020 range. All three of the striking varieties in the new Summer Paradise series of alstroemeria - ‘Holiday Valley’, ‘Spring...

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Top tips to attract wildlife to your garden

The best way to attract more wildlife to your garden is to provide a habitat complete with food and forage sources, shelter for a wide variety of creatures, and an accessible water source. We asked some of our favourite wildlife gardeners and bloggers for tips on how...

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