Wildflower plants are easy to grow and can create a stunning display while providing nature with a real boost . Choose from our full range of species below to create your very own wildflower area.
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Also known as 'hay rattle', our Yellow Rattle Plug Plants are grown and delivered with the essential meadow grasses necessary for it to grow. Plant into existing meadows or alongside other wildflower plants in the spring to create a rich and diverse range of native species. Yellow Ratt...
This is the commonest of the St Johns Wort wild flower plant found in Britain. It is a tall clump forming perennial which produces bright yellow flowers that are popular with bees. It also plays host to the beautifully coloured St Johns Wort Beetle.
Height: 30 - 90cm
Prefers: Sun or partial shade on most soil types.
Flowers: June - September
A beautiful native perennial wild flower plant growing in grassland and meadows. The deep yellow flowers are grouped on upright stalks growing from rosettes of crinkled leaves. Cowslip wild flower plants are a good nectar source for butterflies and bees. Cowslips are the food plants of the caterpillars of the Duke of Burgundy Fritillary.
Generally large purple/blue flowers although they can have white flowers, on a long leafy spike. Also known as Wid-Leaved Bellflower or Large Campanula, these plants can tolerate a drought reasonably well.
Also known as the Scottish bluebell wild flower plant, found throughout Britain except in the South West. A perennial wild flower plant often found in dry grassy areas or on poor soils. Delicate pale blue nodding bell shaped wild flowers are held on slender stems from July to September.
Height: 15-25cm (6-10in)
Prefers: Full sun on well drained s...
Commonly found along footpaths or in rock and wall crevices. Ivy Leaved Toadflax has small, mini snap dragon like, solitary flowers which are bluey-purple in colour with a yellow central 'honey guide' on the lower lip.
Height: 5 - 10 cm
Prefers: Sun or partial shade, dryish soils
Flowers: April - October
Perennial. The county flower of Suffolk, this early flowering nectar rich plant it's flowers are a pale yellow colour with five petals. When in flower they generally tend to face in the same direction and open out widely.
Traditionally Oxlips have been used in herbal medicine to treat coughs and rheumatism.
Prefers: Damp mead...
Pennyroyal plants have prominent lilac flower whorls and when crushed the leaves emit a strong fragrance similar to spearmint commonly used in aromatherapy. The plants are a creeping downy mint that require a damp environment.
In herbal medicine Pennyroyal has been used as insect repellent and antiseptic.
Height: 10-25 cm
A tall, aromatic perennial plant. Sweet Cicely has petite white unbel flowers in early summer, followed by distinct, dark brown, aniseed-scented fruits.
The flowers, leaves, roots and stems are all edible, and the fruits when ground can be used as a spice.
Height: upto 200cm
Prefers: Partial shade, moist but well drained soils
Flowers: May - J...