All Wildflower Plants

Wildflower Plants are easy to grow and can create a stunning display while providing nature with a real boost . They can used on their own to create areas of solid colour, or planted with other species to create a more natural wildflower area.  
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  1. Wild Red Clover Plants (Trifolium pratense)
    Wild Red Clover Plants (Trifolium pratense)
    Perennial. With rounded flower heads and a pinkish-red clover with trefoil leaves. A crucial ingredient in a spring meadow. Height: 10-45cm Prefers: Sun and well-drained soil Flowers: May-September Pre-order now for delivery week commencing 22nd of April 2019 ... More info
  2. Wild Red Clover Plants (Trifolium pratense)
    Wild Red Clover Plants (Trifolium pratense)
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  3. Perfect for Pollinator Wild Strawberry Plants (Fragaria vesca)
    Wild Strawberry Plants (Fragaria vesca)
    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 - ... More info
  4. Wild Thyme Plants (Thymus polytrichus)
    Wild Thyme Plants (Thymus polytrichus)
    The pale purple flowers can be found throughout Britain on dry grassland such as heaths, dunes and downland. A perennial, it can form large mats which attract numerous bumblebees. It has low sprawling stems, a distinctive aroma and can be used in cooking in the same way you would use cultivated Thym... More info
  5. Perfect for Pollinator Wild White Clover Plants (Trifolium repens)
    Wild White Clover Plants (Trifolium repens)
    A perennial evergreen creeping plant that stays greener during drought conditions featuring 2-lobed leaves and white flowers that smell faintly of honey. Height: 10-20cm but can adapt to being cut short in a lawn Prefers: All types of grassland, lawns, waste ground, and footpaths Flowers: May-Se... More info
  6. Perfect for Pollinator Wood Avens Plants (Geum urbanum)
    Wood Avens Plants (Geum urbanum)
    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 – 60cm... More info
  7. Perfect for Pollinator Wood Sage Plants (Teucrium scorodonia)
    Wood Sage Plants (Teucrium scorodonia)
    A good woodland subject with lovely crinkly light green leaves and greenish-yellow flowers with prominent maroon stamens. Height: 30cm Prefers: Shade Flowers: July - Septemer... More info
  8. Perfect for Pollinator Yarrow Plants (Achillea millefolium)
    Yarrow Plants (Achillea millefolium)
    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 – 45cm Prefers: Full sun or partial shade on most soil types Flowers: June to Augu... More info
  9. Yellow-Flag Iris Plants (Iris pseudarcorus)
    Yellow-Flag Iris Plants (Iris pseudarcorus)
    Brightly coloured yellow flowers with sword shaped leaves. Will stand in water.  Height: 90cm Prefers: Most situations Flowers: June to August... More info
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