Awards success for Ipswich-based seeds and plant company

Thompson & Morgan awards success

Thompson & Morgan awards success - Credit: Archant

Thompson & Morgan: The best for grow your own award

Thompson & Morgan awards success

Thompson & Morgan awards success - Credit: Archant

Thompson & Morgan is moving into its peak supply season with a spring its step having swept the board at the Great British Growing Awards for a second consecutive year.

The UK’s largest horticultural mail order supplier took four top gongs, all nominated and voted for by the gardening public. There’s no industry back slapping here, the accolades have all come about through high customer satisfaction levels and a quality range of grow your own essentials, offered via the best website in the business.

The nation’s army of grow-your-own gardeners voted the Suffolk business Best Online Retailer over other players in the market including the world’s largest internet retailer Amazon.

Its range of fruit and vegetable seeds was voted best in the business, as was its plug plant offering. Known and respected for bringing more new varieties to the UK than any other plant retailer, its exclusive dual-cropping Tomtato® plant scooped the Most Innovative Gardening Product Award, having taken the Best New Veg Growing Product award in 2015.


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Thompson & Morgan Horticultural Director, Paul Hansord said: “Our products and services win us multiple industry awards each season, and it’s always good to be recognised by our peers, but nothing beats a nod from our customers. To be rated so highly by the great British gardening public is a true testament to all the hard work and effort the T&M teams puts in to ensure we have the best range of products that give gardeners the results they are looking for.”

Thompson & Morgan collected the awards for:

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• Best Fruit and Veg Seed Range

• Best Plug Plant Range

• Best Online Retailer

• Most Innovative Growing Product - Tomtato®

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