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Thompson & Morgan Facebook Question and Answer Session 2nd November 2012

…I've ordered quite a lot of perennial seeds this year, and fairly inexperienced. What size do the plants need to be for me to nip them, to make them bushy? Also, when I've grown the plants on, do I plant them out next year, or leave them until the spring of 2014? Answer: Hi Bob. It's great to hear that…

Gardening Guides

…can all do our bit to help. Read more about wildlife gardening... Culturals Our cultural guides are designed to accompany your plants, including plugs, young plants, bare roots and fruit trees. The guides contain all your instructions. View our culturals here... Video Library We've put all our easy to…

Thompson & Morgan Facebook Question and Answer Session 24th January 2014

…Re plant it in its new home immediately. If there is likely to be a delay in replanting then wrap the root ball in a damp a hessian sack to hold it together and retain moisture at the roots. When you re-plant it, dig plenty of organic matter (well rotted manure or garden compost) into the planting hole…

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Facebook questions Dec 22nd

…sounds drastic, and many other plants would struggle to recover from such treatment; but Camellias are extremely resilient and actually benefit from rejuvenation pruning. After pruning, spread a thick mulch of well rotted manure around the base of the plant to feed the roots and conserve moisture in the…

What to do in your garden to encourage wildlife

…reserves in cold weather. * Plant native hedges using dormant bare-root plants. * For January flowers which attract early bees and pollinating insects try growing snowdrops, Daphne, Viburnum x bodnantense 'Dawn' and Sarcococca. * If the ground is workable, consider planting trees and shrubs to provide…

How To Grow Fruit Trees

bare root fruit tree it will arrive in a dormant state as this is the perfect time for transporting and planting it. Try to plant fruit trees as soon as possible; if this is not immediately possible, you will need to soak your bare root fruit trees in a half filled bucket of water to moisten the roots

Thompson & Morgan Facebook Question and Answer Session 2nd May 2014

…nurseries can supply cell-raised young plants and should provide detailed planting advice. From what I have read seed is difficult to establish due to the ever-changing nature of the dunes and bare-root plants have limited success in comparison to module or cell-raised plants. The most important thing is to…

Thompson & Morgan Facebook Question and Answer Session 8th August 2014

…delay planting until the Autumn. The soil will be moist and the conditions cooler, which will be better for plant establishment and save you an awful lot of time watering. Just beforehand you might also want to add a sprinkling of slow release fertiliser or blood, fish and bone to get your plants off to…

Thompson & Morgan Facebook Question and Answer Session 22nd August 2014

…* Special Offers * Flowers * Flower Plants * Special Offers * Annual Plants * Perennial & Biennial Plants * Begonia Plants * Busy Lizzie Plants * Dianthus Plants * Fuchsia Plants * Geranium & Pelargonium Plants * Pansy Plants * Petunia Plants * Sweet Pea Plants * Flower Bulbs * Special Offers * Allium…

How To Grow Wistera

…drainage. Remember that your wisteria will be planted here for many years so it's worth taking the time to create ideal soil conditions from the start. Plant wisteria at the same level that they were supplied in their pots. If you are planting a bare root wisteria then look for a soil mark towards the…

Thompson & Morgan | Facebook Question and Answer Session 23rd March 2012

…fairly hardy once established, but young plants can easily be damaged by frost. If you notice that the tips of the stems have sustained most damage (particularly toward the top of the plant where the leaves and stems are more exposed) then frost damage is the most likely cause. If your plants are in…