Wednesday, December 2, 2009

New Thompson & Morgan Website Launch!

Ladies and gentlemen, we are proud to present the NEW Thompson & Morgan web site! We’ve all been working hard to bring you an easier and faster website for all your Thompson & Morgan seed needs. I think you’ll find the layout much more appealing and the navigation easier to use.

Let us know what you think in the comments section below. More gardening tips, product announcements and great deals are on the way, so check back here often!

This year is our 155th anniversary, and we look forward to continuing to help you in the garden! 


  1. Looks nice. Although, now you have me scratching my head trying to remember what it looked like before the redesign.

    " More gardening tips, product announcements and great deals are on the way, so check back here often!"

    Why not add RSS so that visitors can subscribe to catalog pages and other content, so they will know when you add new products or information?

  2. The new sit looks great! I also enjoyed the now larger catalog size. Looks like change is good for you good folks over at T&M. Now if only Spring would hurry up and get here! :)

  3. MrBrownThumb, thanks for your suggestion! I was actually just working on an RSS feed for the blog as we speak. As far as having an RSS feed for individual products on our website, I believe that is currently in the works. I'll keep you posted!

    Cindy, glad to hear you like the new catalog and website! We're excited for Spring, too!

  4. New site BADDDDDD! Very hard to navigate. Go back to the old one please!

    Love the blog though!

  5. Don't like the new website. I haven't placed an order since the site change.

    What happened to designation as "hardy annual", "hardy perennial", etc?

    Where's the link to contact horticulturalists for plant/seed questions?


  6. I am very excited for spring, so excited I ordered seed by catalog for the first time ever. Just curious as to why it's taking so long to get my order (ETA on delivery 3 weeks+ from order date), some of the seeds I ordered need special treatment - will I still have time?

  7. Karen, thanks for the feedback. We tried to optimize the web site and make it as easy to navigate as possible, but we understand it may be a bit difficult at first, especially for those used to the original design.

    As for your question, the categories "hardy annual" and "hardy perennial" can still be located by first clicking on a category on the left. For example, start with the category "Annual Seeds" then click on "Hardy Seeds" to find a complete, sortable list of our Hardy Annual Seeds.

    Donald's Garden, I'm sorry to hear you don't like the new design. We will continue making improvements. Thanks for reading the blog!