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Top varieties recommended by our experts

Top varieties recommended by our experts


The experts at Thompson & Morgan have been kind enough to share their advice on which plant varieties are top of their list this year.

To get you started off on your gardening journey why not take a tip from our gardening experts? From general seed sowing advice, to some hints and tips on vegetable growing and even pest control, you're bound to pick up some great tips that are ideal for beginner gardeners! Click here to view all our expert's gardening tips.


New this season - Hardy Orchid Collection - Recommended by Michael Perry, New Product Development Manager

New this season
Hardy Orchid Collection

Recommended by Michael Perry, New Product Development Manager

"We all know and admire beautiful orchids, but did you know they can be grown outside and in your own garden? Our range includes only easy to grow varieties with guaranteed hardiness. I especially like the glorious blooms of Cypripedium reginae, a type of Lady's Slipper Orchid.

Plants will clump up quickly and easily, with more than 50 blooms each year. All grown by micro-propagation, no material taken from the wild. Try some for yourself."


Cabbage Jewel (Winter) - Recommended by Colin Randel, Vegetable Product Manager

Cabbage Jewel (Winter)

Recommended by Colin Randel, Vegetable Product Manager

"‘Spring Greens’ have always been one of my favourites as they provide plenty of pickings of dark green leaves. They can be steamed in a few minutes - the perfect complement to my pie and mash in the cold late winter days!

Our latest introduction ‘Winter Jewel F1’ proved to be the most outstanding of the overwintered ‘greens and hearting cabbage’ at RHS Wisley in spring 2011. They have a lovely dark green colour, plenty of leaf, are slow to form a head and free from bolting after such a freezing cold winter. Sow during July to late August for harvesting late February to early May."


Hydrangea 'Vanilla Fraise' - Recommended by Sue Sanderson, eCommerce Horticultural Executive

Hydrangea 'Vanilla Fraise'

Recommended by Sue Sanderson, eCommerce Horticultural Executive

"Hydrangeas simply exude understated elegance, bringing real class to summer borders - and this one is no exception! The stunning flowers of ‘Vanilla Fraise’ emerge pure white before slowly colouring to a soft shade of pink.

With its constantly changing blooms and bright autumn foliage it is perfect for a prominent spot in the garden. It’s really tough too, making it particularly useful for cold, shady spots where many plants refuse to grow."


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