These UK native wildflower plants are classed by the Royal Horticultural Society (RHS) as being "Perfect for Pollinators" as they create habitats and produce a supply of nectar rich flowers for bees, butterflies and other pollinators.
This delicate collection of a minimum of 10 specie selected from the range available to thrive and grow in acidic soil. The small plug plant species are suitable for acidic soils down to a Ph value of about 5.From the white, delicate flowers of Yarrow to the pink and purple petals of Betony and Tufted vetch this collection is sure to brighten up an...
If you are trying to encourage bees the Bee wildflower plant collection is the one your looking for. This plug plant collection contains a minimum of 10 species available from our range and provide an excellent food source for bees.A minimum of 10 species will be chosen from the species list and used in equal quantities.Excellent food source.
This selection of plants will attract butterflies into your garden, you'll receive a minimum of 10 species of plugs plants from the list. Your collection will capture the small purple flowers of Field scabious to the light scent of Musk mallow.A minimum of 10 species will be chosen from the species list and used in equal quantities.Designed to attr...
The Chalk and Limestone plug plant collection is made up of a minimum of 10 species from the list below and is made up of the specie you would expect to find in natural chalk and limestone meadows. This collection will blossom in the most chalky, calcareous soils.A minimum of 10 species will be chosen from the species list and used in equal quantit...
When ordering this Clay soil plug plant collection you will receive a minimum of 10 small plugs that are specifically picked for soils that dry out during the summer and retain water during the winter. This beautiful collection of plants will help you create the perfect meadow in areas of poor drainage. A minimum of 10 species will be chosen from t...
The Common agrimony plant is known as church steeples, good for a sunny border. It has slender tapering spikes of yellow, star shaped flowers and finely cut leaves. As well as luring and other pollinators, wild birds struggle to resist! Height: 30 - 60cmPrefers: Sunny areas, dry and sandy soil.Flowers: June - September
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 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.Height: 10 ...
Dandelion is a perennial, a golden blaze in the May meadows and banks. Basal rosettes of leaves deeply lobed or toothed (dent de lion), flowers are composed of bright yellow ray - florets.Height: upto 35cmPrefers: Well-drainedFlowers: April - May
A tall native perennial common throughout Britain in marshes, meadows, roadsides and damp woods. Mauve to purple wild flower heads on slender stems from June to October attract bees and butterflies. This is the food caterpillars of the Marsh Fritillary.Height: 15 -100cm (6-40in)Prefers: Full sun on moist soilsFlowers: June - October
A perennial with fern-like leaves and foamy cream flowers opening from pink buds, emitting a robust, delicious smell. Dropwort can tolerate the drier conditions to partial shade, this plant is also known as Lady's Belt, Little Queen and Meadowsweet. Height: 60 - 90cmPrefers: SunFlowers: May - August
This perennial plant with bright daisy like flowers that are excellent in full sunlight and have been admired for their medicinal values. Feverfew is known for the strong scent that is given off when the flowers are in bloom. Height: 15 - 45cmPrefers: SunFlowers: July onwards
A tall native perennial wild flower plant with hairy stems found in grasslands across Britain. An individual Field Scabious wild flower plant can have as many as 50 purplish blue wild flowers on it at a time. It is very attractive to wild flower butterflies.Height: 30 - 100cmPrefers: Full sun on moist soil typesFlower: July - September
Native perennial wild flower plant common in marshes, ditches and wet meadows. Rare in Scotland. Upright woolly wild flower plant with clusters of gold flowers during August and September.Height: 25 - 60cm (10in - 2ft)Prefers: Moist soils, sunFlowers: August - September
The selection of Flowering lawn wildflower plants that you will receive in this collection contain a variety of species which can tolerate close mowing down to a height of 5cm. This collection is ideal to be included in flowering lawns or road verges. A minimum of 10 species will be chosen from the species list and used in equal quantities.Can be m...
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 perennial with yellow dandelion flowers followed by impressive seed heads, that bloom in the early morning sun but shy away after midday. This plant grows nearly a meter tall and is attractive to birds. Height: 30 - 90cmPrefers: SunFlowers: May - July
A native perennial wild flower plant, common on dry grassland, roadsides and hedgerows, especially on chalky soils. Reddish purple thistle-like flowers on long stalks are produced from July to September.Height: 30 - 90cm (8-36in)Prefers: Full sun on well-drained soilFlowers: July - September
A scrambling wild flower plant found in hedgerows and woodland but can also be found in open grassland. Tall white spikes of tiny star like wild flowers attract butterflies and moths. It is a perennial and the larval food plant for a number of moth species.Height: 20 - 100cmPrefers: Full sun or shade on most soil typesFlowers: June - September
This collection of plugs have been designed to flourish in full sun and in partial shade. You will receive 10 specie of wildflowers plugs that will succeed regardless of where you position, these plants will grow with fragmented sunlight either side of your hedge. A minimum of 10 species will be chosen from the species list and used in equal quanti...
A tall stately perennial plant with masses of white-pink flowers, an excellent butterfly plant attracting large numbers in late summer. Once cut a distinct sweet aroma can be detected. Height: 60 -120 cmPrefers: Damp, riverbanks, pond marginsFlower: July - 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.
Lady's bedstraw is a perennial plant used in Victorian times to scent bedding. Delicately whorled leaves and bright golden. Beautiful sweet scent in high summer.Height: 15 - 30cmPrefers: Sun and well-drained soil.Flowers: July onwards.
The Long Season Meadow plug plant collection is suitable for a wide range of soil types. Once this collection is established it will provide an assortment of wildflowers carefully selected to provide flowers for the whole season. A minimum of 10 species will be chosen from the species list and used in equal quantities.Suitable for a wide range of s...
The most majestic of the three common Buttercup species native to Britain. Its pale yellow flowers are a familiar sight in traditional meadows and grasslands on damp soils. There is a species of Solitary Bee, which uses the flowers to sleep in.Height: 30 - 90cmPrefers: Full sun on damper soils but can tolerate some dryness.Flower: May - August
A common tall perennial found in damp meadows, ditches and river-banks. Its fluffy cream flowers have a strong, heady, sweet aroma. In medieval times the plant was crushed and used as a pain relief as the chemicals it contains are similar to aspirin.Height: 60 – 150cmPrefers: Sun or partial shade on damp or wet soilsFlower: June - August
A tall, unbranched native perennial common across England. It is a plant of hedgerows and woodlands, also known as Bats in the Belfry due to the stamens looking like bats hung the bell of a church steeple. This beautiful plant flourishes with bell shaped flowers that are lilac in colour. Height: 50 - 100cmPrefers: Partial shade on moist soilsFlower...
Often seen carpeting road verges and railway embankments with white and gold blooms. This common native perennial is also known as Moon Daisy or Dog Daisy and attracts butterflies, bees and other insects.Height: 20 – 70cmPrefers: Full sun on most soil typesFlowers: June - August
Found along the banks of rivers, streams and ponds or in marshes this tall perennial is striking with its bright magenta flowers. It is a favourite of foraging bees and is the larval food plant of the Small Elephant Hawkmoth.Height: 60 – 150cmPrefers: Sun or some shade on wet soils or pond edgesFlowers: June - August
A classic hedgerow and woodland edge perennial found across the whole of Britain. The flowers are usually a deep pink colour but can also be white or pale pink. The Latin name ‘Silene’ is after the merry, drunken god of woodlands.Height: 30 – 90cmPrefers: Semi shade or full sun on rich soilsFlowers: May - June
A perennial with yellow dandelion flowers. Also known as Greater Hawkbit. Seeds heads form a clock which attracts birds and this delightful flower gives off a pleasant fragrance. Height: 15 - 45cmPrefers: Sun and well-drained soilFlowers: June - October
It is a perennial with a small, strange almost round flower head, which is pollinated by the wind. It can be found in a variety of dry, calcareous grasslands. If the flower heads are crushed an agreeable scent can be detected. Height: 20 – 30cmPrefers: Dry calcareous soil in full sunFlowers: May - August
A very common short lived perennial found in a variety of habits including grassland, woodland and garden lawns. Its creeping stems can spread over a wide area producing brilliant purple blooms.Height: 5 – 40cmPrefers: Sun or semi shade on most soil typesFlowers: June - September
A member of the mint family this attractive, small perennial with blue flowers is best found along shorelines and marshes. Skullcap are commonly used in herbal teas for their traditional use as a mild anxiolytic.Height: 30cmPrefers: Sun and damp soilFlowers: August
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
An attractive perennial with short to medium height wildflowers with ruffed white flowers of the yarrow family, a particularly hardy plant with a strong and distinctive aroma. Height: 25 - 50cmPrefers: Damp or waterlogged soilsFlowers: July - September
The Summer flowering wildflower plug plant collection offers a range of species selected to provide a display of flowers from June through to September. Maximising the flowers blooming between the months of June to September really optimises the attraction to Bees and Butterflies at their most effective time of year. A minimum of 10 species will be...
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 -...
Sprawling perennial plant with masses of small pea like purple flowers, the sweet pea of the meadow. This really is the centrepiece to any meadow with its showy blue-purple to pinkish-purple flowers.Height: 60 - 120 cmPrefers: Sun, meadows, agricultural fields, woodland marginsFlowers: June - September
A native perennial found in damp woodlands and wet meadows. It produces pretty peach coloured nodding blooms, which attract bees. It will readily hybridise with the closely related Wood Avens (Geum urbanum).Height: 40 – 60cmPrefers: Wet or damp soils in shade or a sunny aspectFlowerings: April - July
The Water edge collection of plants will need to be nurtured and cared for to make sure they are well established before the area is flooded. Once they have had this opportunity to get established the delicate wildflowers in this collection will withstand flooding and many even growing within the water. A minimum of 10 species will be chosen from t...
An aromatic perennial with a minty smell. Purple stems with dense flower clusters at the end of each stem. This plant would naturally be found on riverbanks and wetlands and is also known as Fish Mint. Height: 60 - 80cmPrefers: Wet meadows, wet woodlands, marshes, riverbanks. Usually on calcareous soils.Flowers: July - October
Weld is a biennial plant that has similar characteristics to Wild Mignonette. With dark gren wavy edged leaves and yellowish- green flowers it will stand proud. Height: 1-1.5m Prefers: Sun, Waste ground and field margins Flowers: May - October
The wetland area plug plant collection comprises of 10 different species available from our range, these are selected for areas that remain damp all year round and that may have occasional flooding. A minimum of 10 species will be chosen from the species list and used in equal quantities.Suitable for damp soils.
A native perennial common in England and Wales, usually in wetter lands and fens. A tall hairless plant that can grow up to two metres. Stems hollow and purplish, flowers white or pink.Height: Up to 2mPrefers: Damp meadows, wet woodlands and fenlandFlowers: July - September
The Wild bird plug plant collection has been put together from our range to include 10 species that will appeal to wild birds during in the autumn and winter. A minimum of 10 species will be chosen from the species list and used in equal quantities.Suitable for a wide range of soil types.
A tall, woody, aromatic perennial common in dry pastures and hedge banks particularly on chalky soils. The leaves can be used for culinary purposes in the same way as cultivated Origanums. The pinky white flowers produce large amounts of nectar and are therefore very popular with butterflies and bees.Height: 30 – 60cmPrefers: Full sun preferably ...
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
A spreading native perennial, which produces long runners, which root at intervals to produce new plants. It produces a white flower and a sweet mini strawberry fruit. It is common in woodlands and grassland across Britain. It is the larval food plant of the Grizzled Skipper butterfly.Height: 5 - 30cmPrefers: Most soils in sun or partial shadeFlowe...
A perennial evergreen creeping plant that stays greener during drought conditions featuring 3-lobed leaves and white flowers that smell faintly of honey.Height: 10 - 20cm but can adapt to being cut short in a lawnPrefers: All types of grassland, lawns, waste ground, and footpathsFlowers: May - September
A scrambling perennial commonly found in a wide variety of habitats including woods and hedges. It has small yellow star shaped flowers and is a member of the rose family. Also known as Herb Bennet, Wood Avens will readily cross with its close relative Water Avens (Geum rivale).Height: 30 – 60cmPrefers: Shady sites on most soil typesFlowers: June...
A good woodland subject with lovely crinkly light green leaves and pale yellow flowers with prominent maroon stamens, this perennial plant typically would been found in woodland and prefers the partial shade.Height: 30cmPrefers: ShadeFlowers: July - Septemer
The collection of plugs that are available to make up this collection are all very tolerate of heavy shade. From the sweet aroma of Wild garlic to the dazzling yellow of Evening primrose this collection is sure to brighten up any woodland area. A minimum of 10 species will be chosen from the species list and used in equal quantities.Suitable for th...
A very common perennial wildflower found in grassland, roadsides and waste ground. The leaves are feathery and put out a strong aroma when crushed. The white flower heads are attractive to Hover Flies.Height: 10 – 45cmPrefers: Full sun or partial shade on most soil typesFlowers: June - August