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'Plants For Winter'

12 articles, 195 blogs

Top 10 Winter Bedding Plants | Thompson & Morgan

Winter bedding plants are biennial or perennial plants which are planted in the autumn, some flowering throughout the winter during milder spells, before putting on a burst of vigorous growth in the spring. We've listed our 10 best winter bedding plants for a welcome splash of colour in your winter

How to plant an easy fill hanging basket for winter | Thompson & Morgan

Learn how to plant up an easy fill hanging basket for Winter with Thompson & Morgan's Michael Perry.

Top 10 Hardy Plants For Winter Interest

Top 10 Hardy Plants For Winter Interest

Plants for coastal gardens and exposed sites

…this is the guide for you! Exposed gardens often bear the full brunt of the weather, from icy gales in the depths of winter to drying winds in the summer which scorch foliage and break fragile stems. In a coastal garden the wind is also laden with salt which only the toughest plants can tolerate.…

Thompson & Morgan Facebook Question and Answer Session 13th August 2010

horticultural questions and answers 13th August - topics include: Crocosmia varieties for clay soil, Impatiens fungal leaf spot, pruning blueberries, vegetables for winter growing, plants for north facing gardens, controlling apple tree pests.

Facebook questions Dec 22nd

Horticultural questions and answers 22nd Decmber - Topics include: Horticultural lighting, rejuvenating camellia plants, winter protection for tree ferns.

News Archive November 2011 | Thompson & Morgan

News Archive November 2011: Shelf life of vegetable seeds, Tokely's Tales gardening blog, groundcover plants, Christmas gifts for gardeners, winter greenhouses.

Thompson & Morgan Facebook Question and Answer Session 19th August 2011

Horticultural questions and answers 19th August - Topics include: Winter flowering plants for baskets and containers, Earwig damage to peach trees, Controlling caterpillars on cabbages, Overwintering citrus seedlings, Planting out cabbages.

Thompson & Morgan Question and Answer Session 15th October 2010

horticultural questions and anwers 15th October - topics include: Planting hanging baskets, bedding plants for a south facing garden, storing begonias over winter, why onions bolt, how to kill invasive bamboo, growing globe artichokes in containers.

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

Horticultural questions and answers - topics include: Low maintenance plants for containers, Moving perennials, Moving Magnolias, Peony wont flower, Cyclamen for indoors and outdoors, Fragrant climbers with winter interest.

How to grow amaryllis bulbs | Thompson & Morgan

Amaryllis bulbs are popular for their large flamboyant blooms. Naturally flowering in the winter and spring, amaryllis bulbs are often given as Christmas gifts. Growing amaryllis is so rewarding - they're easy to plant and with a little care can easily be encouraged to bloom again! Read on to learn…

Hanging Baskets | Thompson & Morgan

…utilise all the available space. With hanging baskets you can not only brighten up a sunny wall, but with the right choice of plants, use them to brighten up shady areas, for porches, conservatories and even provide fresh herbs through the winter with an indoor hanging basket next to a sunny window.

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