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'Local Stockists'

Frequently Asked Questions

…centres throughout the UK, please click here to find a Thompson & Morgan stockist in your area.Although this list is updated regularly, new stockists may have been added since the last update, please check with your local garden centres. Why is my basket empty after I have taken time to order…

About Us

…and plants. If you prefer to choose your seeds in a local garden centre, Thompson & Morgan sells a large range of flower and vegetable seeds through major garden centre chains in the UK and Europe. Click here for major UK stockists. If you are growing plants for resale, our Direct2grower…

Butterfly

…butterflies on a local level, we are supplying plant collections and species within our Wildflower range to aid the creation of several butterfly-friendly planting schemes around Ipswich, carried out by ActivGardens, a local charity that seeks to improve the vitality of local communities. We are…

Environmental Policy

…respect of air, water, noise and light pollution from our premises and    reduce any impacts from our operations on the environment and local community. *   - Assessing the environmental impact of any new processes or products we intend to introduce in advance. *   - Encourage…

Donations page

…* RAF Benevolent Fund Thompson & Morgans donations At Thompson & Morgan no donation is too small. We take great pride in fundraising for local charities, from donating free seeds to schools, to turning £50 into over £1000!! We have participated in events for charities EACH, Greenfingers,…

How to Create Wildlife Habitats in your Garden

…gardens put together actually exceeds the area of our National Nature reserves. So you see, your garden really does have a vital role in supporting local wildlife populations! With a little effort you can easily enhance your garden to provide some really useful habitats for mammals, insects, birds…

How to improve your garden soil

…in the form of well-rotted manure (only use fresh manure in the autumn so it can rot down over winter), compost or recycled green waste from your local council. If the soil is workable this can be forked in, otherwise spread a 5-10cm layer of organic matter on the soil surface to be incorporated…

Top 10 easy to grow fruit trees and plants for beginners | Top 10 flower, fruit and vegetable guides

…fresh blueberries in late summer - what more could you ask from a plant? All they require is an acid (ericaceous) soil, which you can buy in your local garden centre. Blueberries are low maintenance, fruiting after about 3 years - and in the meantime make a very attractive patio plant. If space is…