Thompson & Morgan sweeps the board at the Grow Your Own Great British Growing Awards for the third year in a row
This week we’re celebrating our success in the Grow Your Own magazine’s annual Great British Growing Awards. We’re so proud to have won gold in five categories – Best Fruit and Veg Seed Range, Best Plug Plant Range, Best Online Retailer, Most Innovative Growing Product for our revolutionary TomTato® plant and Best One-Stop Shop for Gardening. We were also awarded silver for our award-winning incredicompost® in the category Most Effective Composting Product.
Clare Dixey, Thompson & Morgan’s marketing services manager commented:
“We’re thrilled to have been voted the winner in five categories of the 2016 Great British Growing Awards. We’re particularly proud to have won Best Online Retailer. Knowing that we’re up against some very serious competition in the horticultural online marketplace, this really means a lot.”
The well-known and well-respected gardening magazine invited its readers and online visitors to vote for their favourite gardening companies. Over 12,000 people voted.
The Great British Growing Awards are nominated and voted on by the British gardening public, which makes these awards all the more impressive. Thompson & Morgan prides itself on its wide product range and high levels of customer satisfaction. The fact that the nation’s army of gardeners voted us Best Online Retailer over big players in the market, such as Amazon, is highly commendable.
Paul Hansord, Thompson & Morgan’s commercial director said: “To be so highly rated by the great British gardening public is a true testament to all the hard work and effort that the people at T&M put in to ensure that our products and service are the best in the business”.
Sonia works at Thompson & Morgan in the role of press and communications officer. She is a self-proclaimed ‘reluctant’ gardener and is generally amazed if anything flourishes in her garden. Sonia has a ‘hands off’ approach to gardening and believes that this helps to encourage bees, butterflies and other wildlife. (That’s her excuse anyway!)