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Free Summer Perennials x 36 (Postage of £5.80) with code @ Thompson & Morgan
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Free Summer Perennials x 36 (Postage of £5.80) with code @ Thompson & Morgan

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Posted 29th May

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Spotted this inside the latest GW magazine.

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This Summer Perennial Collection includes four easy-to-grow varieties that will add colour and interest to your garden. They will also attract beneficial pollinators. In this collection you’ll receive 36 reliable hardy perennials that will establish quickly and return bigger and better each year.

Perennial Collection comprises:

  • Foxglove 'Dalmatian Mixed' (12 plug plants)
  • Leucanthemum × superbum 'Crazy Daisy'(6 plug plants)
  • Doronicum 'Little Leo' (6 plug plants)
  • Echinacea 'Pink Parasol' (12 plug plants)
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Be aware that my last three lots of mini plugs took 4-8 days in the mail, most were on the verge of dying and quite a few were. Up to 70% dead in yesterday's arrival which were these perennials. Pictured is the annual pack which arrived saturday...which were in a better state than the perennials! Lavenders all perfectly healthy though.
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Edited by: "Mathieu_" 29th May
Have had a bit of an issue with Thompson & Morgan plants in the past. Some have arrived mouldy/infected, others have just been in a poor condition and did not thrive.

Would say 60% were fine. but it's something to be aware of
Thanks. Ordered.

Never in a month of Sundays did these tiny plugs cost £35.94 though
dazbang29/05/2020 09:57

Thanks alcurtis93! Ordered... Now I just need to work out where to plant …Thanks alcurtis93! Ordered... Now I just need to work out where to plant them


You could use my garden.
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Thanks!
Just ordered thanks
Thanks for this!

Bit tricky to opt out of marketing. Had to click each box a fair few times for it to register
Thanks op. Ordered.
Ordered and thanks
Thanks @alcurtis93 a brilliant deal, well spotted. I've ordered a pack.
Cheers for posting this, just ordered
Excellent deal thanks OP.
Ordered. Thanks!!!
Thanks alcurtis93! Ordered... Now I just need to work out where to plant them
Thanks. Ordered.

Never in a month of Sundays did these tiny plugs cost £35.94 though
Ordered, many thanks
Have had a bit of an issue with Thompson & Morgan plants in the past. Some have arrived mouldy/infected, others have just been in a poor condition and did not thrive.

Would say 60% were fine. but it's something to be aware of
awesome, thank you
Seems like a lot of foxgloves. I cant get rid of these in my garden self seed everywhere! Perhaps its the birds pooping everywhere, very pretty though and good for bees. Just remember they are toxic.
Ordered, thanks. Offers like this are partly used to try to get you to order add-on items, which is where they then make their profit. I admit I fell into the trap, but 3 clematis for £5.99 was a snip (pardon the pun)
Be aware that my last three lots of mini plugs took 4-8 days in the mail, most were on the verge of dying and quite a few were. Up to 70% dead in yesterday's arrival which were these perennials. Pictured is the annual pack which arrived saturday...which were in a better state than the perennials! Lavenders all perfectly healthy though.
40909116-HxzBL.jpg
Edited by: "Mathieu_" 29th May
Good price , if they arrive healthy.
I have a border in my front garden that is covered in small stones, but a few years ago I planted 3 shrubs in the border and they seem to grow fine amongst the stones. Do you think that the Echinacea-purpurea-pink-parasol plants (which can grow up to 4 ft high), would be alright if they were planted in this border amongst the stones (I would remove the other shrubs)? Thank you.
Edited by: "Sophiasky" 29th May
Chickenhawk7229/05/2020 10:42

Ordered, thanks. Offers like this are partly used to try to get you to …Ordered, thanks. Offers like this are partly used to try to get you to order add-on items, which is where they then make their profit. I admit I fell into the trap, but 3 clematis for £5.99 was a snip (pardon the pun)


I did the same, and strangely also bought some raspberry canes that wont be delivered until November! (no seperate P&P was my theory). Thanks OP for posting
Thank seems a good deal so have ordered - Fingers crossed
chalkieboy29/05/2020 10:31

Seems like a lot of foxgloves. I cant get rid of these in my garden self …Seems like a lot of foxgloves. I cant get rid of these in my garden self seed everywhere! Perhaps its the birds pooping everywhere, very pretty though and good for bees. Just remember they are toxic.


Quoted to highlight that these are toxic
Orderd and will post a photo of the condition of the delivered plants for future reference
dazbang29/05/2020 09:57

Thanks alcurtis93! Ordered... Now I just need to work out where to plant …Thanks alcurtis93! Ordered... Now I just need to work out where to plant them


You could use my garden.
Thank you just ordered
Superb deal thanks.
Check size and be prepared for dead plants. Surprised this company are still in business. Ask for replacement if plants are dead.
KittenFace29/05/2020 10:07

Have had a bit of an issue with Thompson & Morgan plants in the past. Some …Have had a bit of an issue with Thompson & Morgan plants in the past. Some have arrived mouldy/infected, others have just been in a poor condition and did not thrive.Would say 60% were fine. but it's something to be aware of


Agreed - had a ridiculously low success rate with the T&M stuff. Other places fare far better.
Chickenhawk7229/05/2020 10:42

Ordered, thanks. Offers like this are partly used to try to get you to …Ordered, thanks. Offers like this are partly used to try to get you to order add-on items, which is where they then make their profit. I admit I fell into the trap, but 3 clematis for £5.99 was a snip (pardon the pun)


Hi, have you a link to these?
Might want to check their FB page before buying. I placed an order in February for early April delivery. First lot 'lost in post'' though tracking showed they never actually got despatched. Replacement order due early may. No sign of it. Don't answer the phone or reply to emails. Hundreds of posts on FB saying the same or getting dead plants. They've simply been greedy and taken on more orders than they can fulfill.
I really dont like paying postage !! Wished I could purchase fro £20 and didn't waste money for postage
Jamie20029/05/2020 11:47

Quoted to highlight that these are toxic


Toxic as in toxic to humans/kids? Or much for the likes of pets?
KittenFace29/05/2020 10:07

Have had a bit of an issue with Thompson & Morgan plants in the past. Some …Have had a bit of an issue with Thompson & Morgan plants in the past. Some have arrived mouldy/infected, others have just been in a poor condition and did not thrive.Would say 60% were fine. but it's something to be aware of


Indeed Thompson & Morgan quality isn't what it used to be. I used them a fair bit many years back and whilst they were comparatively pricey the quality was consistently top notch, then gradually shifted to using JParkers who were considerably cheaper.
During the early weeks of lockdown as most plant retailers weren't taking orders went back to ordering from Thompson & Morgan and paid their premium prices.....what I received were certainly not premium plants, would not have been good enough for a pound land bargain bin, I complained and they did replace them but had to wait another month for the replacements and even these are merely ok not the premium quality you'd expect from the price.
so who do you guys buy from if not T&M?
farmergracy has nice bulbs
JParkers is ok
gardeningexpress is more of a pot luck.
getknk29/05/2020 17:52

Toxic as in toxic to humans/kids? Or much for the likes of pets?


It's toxic to humans and pets, I wouldn't risk having it in the garden.
Despatched end of July
Thanks for posting; we have added this to the Highlights section
Thanks for posting this op. I’m just doing my garden up and plants are so expensive! This will give it a great boost
Just incase anyone doesn't know these will not flower until next year or next!
cheers alcurtis93, just ordered
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