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Customer thompson-morgan.com Reviews (15)
by - written on 07/06/10 (Very useful, 209 readings)
Firstly, I need to point out that I regularly purchase Thompson & Morgan seed packets from Garden centres etc and I believe them to be of a very high quality however this review is based solely on my experiences of them as an internet retailer/mail order/catalogue company. I regularly receive the T&M catalogues and I must say even if you do not go as far as to purchase anything from them I would definitely recommend ordering their free catalogue as there are lots of very good pictures as well as information which will give anybody who wishes to do some amount of gardening/growing some ideas whether it be growing a veg they hadn't considered or looking ... Read the complete review
by - written on 30/04/10, updated on 01/05/10 (Very useful, 133 readings)
I've just been reading through some of the reviews for Thompson and Morgan and I'm shocked by some of the comments people have made. I'm fairly new to gardening, a few daffodils in the spring and some pertunias and busy lizzys in the summer was about my lot. This year I thought I'd have a go at growing my own, I made my first online purchase from Thomson and Morgan earlier in the year, since then most weekends I've received e-mails with all their special offers, including reduced prices and free p&p, I've taken advantage of the offers and hope to grow most of my own fruit and vegetables this year and also have some lovely colourful flower ... Read the complete review
by - written on 06/12/09 (Very useful, 171 readings)
Venture into any Garden Centre and you'll spot row after row of Thompson and Morgan seeds perfect from growing flowers, vegetables and grasses. This is the pinnacle of the Thompson & Morgan empire whose far reaching retail arm includes a mail order department complete with seasonal postal catalogues and an enormous website selling everything from seeds to live plants. The website changes with the seasons and its current offerings are "living gifts for Christmas". These range from extortionately overpriced hyacinth basket at £13.99 for five bulbs in a basket to the farcical fine food hamper containing 16 British Apples and Pears at the bargain ... Read the complete review
by Richard - written on 23/04/09
If you want to order from this company and you are happy to wait 21 days or more for your order.... then you'll be a happy customer.If I were you I'd give these people a WIDE berth, they promise the world and deliver.... err... well actually they don't deliver.Go to your local supplier and save yourself the stress.... if I ran my company like these people I'd be out of business in a month.
by Unhappy customer - written on 08/08/08
I ordered Orchids (the Bletilla striata Collection) at the beginning of April 2008 for delivery by the end of May, since the beginning of June I have phoned 4 times each time to be told they were packed and would be delivered in the next 5days. On the 25 July three bulbs out of 10 arrived (too late for this year's flowering) and a piece of paper which was suppose to be a gift voucher for the remaining monies (expiry date 31-12-08). I phoned the next day to be told they were sorry and would refund my money.... nothing happened! I phoned again on 08-08-08 to be told that nothing had been done and that the refund would be hurried through in the following couple of days........ I still don't know if this is going to happen. Think seriously first before placing an order with this Thompson & Morgan!!!