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Seedy Saturday- £10,000 Thompson & Morgan Seeds to Giveaway!

Readers of Country Gardener magazine now have even more reason to want to get their hands on a copy and that’s to be part of our £10,000 Thompson & Morgan Seed Giveaway!

The  April and May issues of the magazine contain a coupon giving readers who buy tickets to Toby’s Garden Festival on Saturday 29th April the chance to claim £10 worth of Thompson& Morgan flower and vegetable seeds* for FREE!


The first 1,000 visitors who bring along a coupon from the April or May editions of Country Gardener magazine can claim the seeds.

We are setting up a special ‘Seedy Saturday’ desk outside the Tea Tent on the Lower Lawn at the Festival where you can collect your seeds.

This is a special treat for gardeners as leading seed specialists Thompson & Morgan donate their high quality seed packets to Toby’s Garden Festival. The free pack will be a random selection of flowers and vegetables but will include a pack of seeds from the company’s award winning Runner bean ‘ Prize Winner.‘

Country Gardener is available from a wide selection of garden centres, farm shops, nurseries and information centres throughout the south west.

For a full lists of stockists go to www.countrygardener.co.uk

  • Please note the picture may differ from the seeds in the Seedy Saturday Giveaway.

Terms & Conditions: The offer is available only to those who have purchased a ticket to Toby Buckland Garden Festival for Saturday 29th April 2017. One pack per coupon, photocopies not accepted. The offer is strictly Saturday only and not available for the Friday. Seeds available on a first come first served basis while stocks last.




  1. Sarah says:

    I think you’ve completely missed the point of Seedy Saturdays. They are supposed to combat the monoculture of seeds to encourage seed diversity and reduce monoculture. Giving away seeds from a commercial company is in direct opposition to the protest against the commodification and centralised control of seed production. This is a seed giveaway to promote commercial interests, not a Seedy Saturday event.

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