Offer

Claim your 36 complimentary perennial flowers

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Claim your 36 complimentary perennials, worth £35.94 - all you have to pay is postage.

Fill your beds and borders with a lovely collection of herbaceous perennials. Perennial plants bloom year after year, and many can also be cut and brought into your home for beautiful flower arrangements. To claim your complimentary collection, just pay £5.65 to cover postage. 

Each carefully chosen collection includes:

  • Delphinium Dark Blue & White Bee x6
  • Verbena Buenos Aires x6
  • Digitalis (Foxglove) Dalmatian Mixed x6
  • Scabiosa Blue Note x6
  • Achillea Cassis x6
  • Echinacea (Cone Flower) Primadonna Rose (Nectar Pink) x6

You can also enjoy these great offers:

Offer 1: Bluebell Creeper - buy 1 for £9.99 or buy 2 for £17.98

A twining perennial climber with simple, evergreen leaves and nodding clusters of blue flowers (1.5 cm across) from June to September, followed by purple berries. Easy to grow, preferring a sheltered area, and perfect for training over an archway or pergola. Ideal for container planting too. This plant has also received the RHS Award of Garden Merit. 

Offer 2: SunBelievable 'Brown Eyed Girl' - buy 1 for £9.99 or buy 2 for £14.99 (Until Monday, July 9, prices will be: x2 for £8.99 and x3 for £12.99)

The SunBelievable 'Brown Eyed Girl' won third place at this year's RHS Chelsea Flower Show Plant of the Year competition. This brand new hybrid is sterile so it puts all its energy into flowering rather than setting seed. It's super easy to grow and will bounce right back if you forget to water it. Also, bees love this sunflower too.

Offer 3: Agapanthus Twister - buy 1 for £7.99 or buy 2 for £10 

Here's a plant that will stand out from the crowd in your garden - the first ever deciduous bicolour Agapanthus. This African lily is robust, and truly hardy in the UK meaning it's perfect in the garden border as well as in a patio container. The flowers of Agapanthus 'Twister' feature crystal white flutes turning inky blue at the base. The huge globes of colour appear from mid to late summer, hosted on strong, sturdy stems that need no staking. 

Offer 4: Campsis Indian Summer - buy 1 for £12.99 or buy 2 for £19.99

The lush foliage and effervescent orange blooms of Campsis 'Indian Summer' might look exotic, but these climbing plants are easy to grow in a warm sheltered spot of the garden. Vigorous without being invasive, make this gorgeous climber the workhorse of your summer displays - clothe walls, fences or pergolas in tropical colour from late spring right through to autumn. Trumpet Creeper plants will cope with dry conditions and clay soils too. 

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Your complimentary perennial collection will be dispatched from August onwards.

  1. How to order: visit www.thompson-morgan.com/tm_tsub3 and follow the easy ordering process.
  2. If you have any queries relating to this offer please call 0844 573 6016 quoting reference TM_TSUB3.
  3. Please note that your contract of supply is with Thompson & Morgan, Poplar Lane, Ipswich IP8 3BU, company reg no. – 358372. Terms & Conditions available upon request. All offers are subject to availability.
  4. Order supplied as Plug plants.
  5. Your free perennial collection will be dispatched August onwards. Offer closes 14th August 2018.
  6. Thompson & Morgan strives to ensure that all its plants are delivered to you in the perfect condition for planting. The time it takes to deliver to certain locations in the UK means that they can't guarantee this, so regretfully they are unable to ship live plants to the following areas: GY, HS, IV41-IV49, IV51, IV55-56, KW15-KW17, PA34, PA41-48, PA60-PA78, PA80, PH40-PH44, TR21-TR25, ZE1-ZE3.
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