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Category Archives: Wildflowers

Cardamine Pratensis

Lady’S Smock / Cuckoo Flower Cardamine PratensisPosition: full or partial shadeSoil: humus-rich moist soilRate of growth: average Flowering period: April to May Flower colour: purple lilac or whiteHardiness: fully hardy This variable perennial can be found colonising cool shady spots

Primula Vulgaris

Primrose Primula VulgarisPosition: partial shadeSoil: moist humus-rich neutral to acid soilRate of growth: average to fastFlowering period: March to MayHardiness: fully hardy Our native primrose is held in deep affection partly because its one of the first spring flowers. From

Wildflowers For Attracting Bumble Bees

Wildflower Plug Plant Collection Wildflowers For ‘Attracting Bumble Bees’This wonderful collection of 13 varieties of wild plug plants is perfect for attracting bumble bees. By encouraging bumble bees in to your garden they will return the favour by pollinating your

Wildflowers For Attracting Butterflies

Wildflower Plug Plant Collection Wildflowers For Attracting ‘Butterflies’This collection of wildflower plugs provides nectar and larval food for butterflies and is made up of 13 varieties that will arrive in a tray of 104 plants. This will cover an area

Wildflowers For A Sunny Meadow

Wildflower Plug Plant Collection Wildflowers For A ‘Sunny Meadow’This wonderful collection of 13 varieties of wild plug plants for sunny areas will arrive in a tray of 104 plants. This will cover an area of approximately 21m? planting 5 plants

Silene Dioica

Red Campion Silene DioicaPosition: partial shadeSoil: moist well-drained soilRate of growth: average Flower colour: rose-pinkOther

Primula Veris

Cowslip Primula VerisPosition: full sun or partial shadeSoil: moist humus-rich neutral to acid soilRate of growth: averageFlower colour: deep yellowOther

Cornfield Seed Collection

Cornfield Collection Cornfield ‘Seed Collection’Position: full sunSoil: poor well-drained soilRate of growth: average Flower colour: blue violet yellow and redOther

Cottage Garden Collection

Cottage Garden Collection Cottage ‘Garden Collection’Position: full sunSoil: poor well-drained soilRate of growth: average Flower colour: yellow blue purple mauve pink and whiteOther

Campanula Rotundifolia

Harebell Campanula RotundifoliaPosition: full sun or partial shadeSoil: moist but well-drained soilRate of growth: fast-growing Flowering period: July to August Flower colour: violet-blueHardiness: fully hardy Spreading by underground rhizomes this pretty perennial will form a neat clump of foliage in

Wildflowers For A Stronger Colour Sunny Meadow Display

Wildflower Plug Plant Collection Wildflowers For A ‘Stronger Colour Sunny Meadow Display’This stronger colour selection of wildflower plugs for a sunny meadow is made up of 13 varieties with blues reds and yellows being the main colours and will arrive

Grasses For A Wildflower Meadow

Wild Grass Plug Plant Collection Grasses For A ‘Wildflower Meadow’This wonderful collection of 13 varieties of wild grass plug plants will arrive in a tray of 104 plants. This will cover an area of approximately 21m? planting 5 plants per

Wildflowers For A Boggy Meadow

Wildflower Plug Plant Collection Wildflowers For A ‘Boggy Meadow’This wonderful collection of 13 varieties of wild plug plants for wet areas will arrive in a tray of 104 plants. This will cover an area of approximately 21m? planting 5 plants

Wildflowers For A Shady Meadow

Wildflower Plug Plant Collection Wildflowers For A ‘Shady Meadow’This wonderful collection of 13 varieties of wild plug plants for shady areas will arrive in a tray of 104 plants. This will cover an area of approximately 21m? planting 5 plants

Echium Vulgare

Viper’S Bugloss Echium VulgarePosition: full sunSoil: moderately fertile well-drained soilRate of growth: average Flowering period: June to AugustHardiness: fully hardy (biennial) From amongst the rosettes of slender bristly foliage upright leafy stems emerge in early summer bearing spikes of violet

Ajuga Reptans

Bugle Ajuga ReptansPosition: full sun or partial shadeSoil: any moist well-drained soilRate of growth: fast-growingFlowering period: May to JuneHardiness: fully hardy Primarily grown for its evergreen foliage this low-growing plant will soon knit together to form a lush dark green

Trifolium Repens

White Clover – Green Manure Trifolium RepensPosition: full sun or partial shadeSoil: fertile moist well-drained soilRate of growth: fastFlowering period: April to SeptemberFlower colour: white sometimes flushed with redHardiness: fully hardy A common sight in wild meadows this fast-growing clover

Centaurea Scabiosa

Greater Knapweed Centaurea ScabiosaPosition: full sunSoil: well-drained soilRate of growth: averageFlowering period: July to SeptemberFlower colour: reddish purpleHardiness: fully hardy Thriving in poor dry soils (but tolerant of most provided they have good drainage) this native perennial makes an excellent

Rhinanthus Minor

Yellow Rattle Rhinanthus MinorPosition: full sunSoil: moist but well-drained soil soils including chalkRate of growth: averageFlowering period: May to JulyFlower colour: yellow with a violet lipHardiness: fully hardy (annual) This is an extremely beneficial annual for the wildflower meadow. It

Aquilegia Vulgaris

Columbine Aquilegia VulgarisPosition: full sun or partial shadeSoil: fertile moist well-drained soilRate of growth: averageFlowering period: May to JuneFlower colour: violet-blueHardiness: fully hardy Charming bonnet-like flowers with hooked spurs nod gracefully from the branching upright stems in late spring and