Annual Wildflower Plug Plants and provide a burst of colour and are ideal for short term displays. If planted in early spring annual wildflower plants will flower the same year.
This charming annual plant produces white, 'daisy' like flowers that produce an enticing aroma. This dainty flower likes to be found in areas with full sun and well drained soils, naturally found in grasslands. Height: 30 cmPrefers: SunFlowers: May - July
Corncockle with its beautifully intricate reddish - purple flowers is a mesmerizing addition to any wildflower meadow, the softly hairy annual is best suited to areas in full sunshine and well drained soils. Height: 60 - 120 cmRequires: Sun Flowers: June - August
A tall, bright yellow annual or biennial wild flower plant widely naturalised in coastal areas and beside railway lines. Originally from North America, its oil is used in various herbal remedies. The wild flowers open in the evening and are visited by a large number of Moth species.Height: 50 - 150cmPrefers: Dry free draining soil in full sunFlower...
A native biennial occasionally perennial, common in woodland leering, hedgerows and heaths. The Foxglove wild flower plant has tall spikes of pinkish purple bell-shaped wild flowers. The wild flowers are pollinated by bumble bees. Height: 50 -150cm (20-60in)Prefers: Partial shade or sun on moist well-drained soilFlowers: June - September
A very tall biennial plant that can grow up to to 2m tall it has white, woolly hairs, long leaves with pale yellow flowers on shorts spikes, grouped together on a dense spike. Height: 1m - 1.8mPrefers: Woodland margins, clearings, disturbed weedy areas, dry soilFlowers: June - September
Also known as St Robert's Herb this low growing annual with a reddish stem displays small, pink flowers with five petals during the Summer and into Autumn. The leaves have a pungent mouse-like smell to them.Height: up to 30cm.Prefers: Moist but well-drained soils, in either full sun or partial shadeFlowers: May - September
A scrambling biennial wild flower found in dry grassland often by the sea. The unusual yellow wooly flowers attract a multitude of butterflies and bees and it is the larval food plant for the Small Blue Butterfly. Height: 30-60cm. Flowers May to September. Prefers: Full sun on light soils.
Annual. Also known as Blue-scarlet Pimpernel, Red Pimpernel, Red Chickweed, Old Man's Weathervane, Shepherd’s Weather Glass or Shepherd’s Clock. Scarlet Pimpernel gets many of it's other names due to the fact that the flowers close when the sun goes in or the weather is overcast. A low growing plant with bright red (although sometimes pink) ...
In summer butterflies and bees flock to the small mauve button like flowers of this perennial. It can be found on very poor, dry, chalky soils throughout Britain. It has finely divided leaves, which are said to resemble the foot of a bird.Height: 15 – 70cmPrefers: Dry, free draining poor soilsFlowers: July - August
A native biennial found on rough grassland, roadsides and waste lands. In the first season it produces a rosette of sharp spikey leaves. In the second year it puts up a tall stem crowned with a spiny flower head with a band of mauve flowers. It is particularly attractive to insects and seed eating birds such as Goldfinches and Siskins. Height: 80 -...
French for little darling, this hairless perennial has wavy leaves and yellow/greenish flowers. This plant requires full sun and is great for enticing butterflies to the area. Height: 25 - 60cmPrefers: Sun, Waste ground and field marginsFlowers: May - October