Perennials

Our Perennial Wildflower Plants create a long lasting wildflower area, providing winter habitats and food while creating bold colour from the second year onwards. Ideal for planting on their own or mixed with other species to create your own wildflower area.
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  1. Anise Hyssop Plants (Agastache foeniculum)
    Anise Hyssop Plants (Agastache foeniculum)
    Anise has scented leaves with violet coloured soft flower spikes, this is an excellent plant for butterflies and bees.  Height: 60cm Prefers:Sun  Flowers: June onwards... More info
  2. Perfect for Pollinator Autumn Hawkbit Plants (Leontodon autumnalis)
    Autumn Hawkbit Plants (Leontodon autumnalis)
    A perennial with dandelion-like flowers and seed heads. A good showy meadow subject. The seeds are a magnet for Finches. Height: 15cm Prefers: Sun Flowers: August onwards... More info
  3. Betony Plants (Stachys officinalis)
    Betony Plants (Stachys officinalis)
    A native perennial common in England and Wales, usually on light soils, in open woods, grassland and hedgerows. Attracts: Bees and butterflies. Spikes of red-purple flowers are produced on long slender stems growing from a rosette of crinkled leaves. Height: 15-60 cm (6 - 24in) Prefers: Light, wel... More info
  4. Birdseye Speedwell Plants (Veronica chamaedrys)
    Birdseye Speedwell Plants (Veronica chamaedrys)
    Perennial. Stunning woodland edge,informal lawn subject with loose spikes of brilliant blue flowers that look outstanding in the sun.  Height:10-20cm Prefers: Sun and well-drained soil Flowers: April-July  Pre-order now for delivery end of Novemeber 2019... More info
  5. Birdsfoot Trefoil Plants (Lotus corniculatus)
    Birdsfoot Trefoil Plants (Lotus corniculatus)
    A common creeping native wildflower perennial of dry grassland and roadside, with bright yellow wild flowers, often streaked with red. The cluster of long seed pods looks like a bird's foot. An excellent nectar wildflower plant and a caterpillar food plant for the Common Blue, Dingy Skipper and Clou... More info
  6. Bulbous Buttercup Plants (Ranunculus bulbosus)
    Bulbous Buttercup Plants (Ranunculus bulbosus)
    A bulbous rootstock with glossy yellow flowers A good perennial for a sunny wild garden. Height: 30-45cm Prefers: Sun, free drained soil Flowers: March - June Pre-order now for delivery in Spring 2020... More info
  7. Cheddar Pink Plants (Dianthus Gratianopolitanus)
    Cheddar Pink Plants (Dianthus Gratianopolitanus)
    A ground covering wildflower plant with pink flowers and greyish green leaves that creates colourful and fragrant borders. The Cheddar Pink produces a sweet-spicy clove like fragrance and delicate pink blooms. Height: 10-15 cm Prefers: Sun and well-drained soil Flowers: June- July Pre-order now ... More info
  8. Chicory Plants (Cichorium Intybus)
    Chicory Plants (Cichorium Intybus)
    Also known as Blue Daisy, Blue Dandelion, Blue Sailors, Blue Weed, Bunk, Coffee Weed, Hendibeh, Horseweed, Ragged sailors, Succory, Wild Bachelors buttons and Wild Endive. Many varieties of this star-like clear blue flowered plant are cultivated for a broad spectrum of uses such as salad leaves, c... More info
  9. Clustered Bellflower Plants (Campanula glomerata)
    Clustered Bellflower Plants (Campanula glomerata)
    Perennial. Flowers in dense cluster at end of stem, violet-blue. Flowers: June-September Requires: Dry Grassland/meadow, edge of woods Height: 40 - 50 cm ... More info
  10. Columbine Plants (Aquilegia vulgaris)
    Columbine Plants (Aquilegia vulgaris)
    A perennial often found at woodland edges and roadsides, long stalked with long-spurred blue-violet flowers. Height: 60cm Prefers: Damp woods, dry and damp grasslands Flowers: Jun - Jul... More info
  11. Perfect for Pollinator Common Agrimony Plants (Agrimonia eupatoria)
    Common Agrimony Plants (Agrimonia eupatoria)
    Known as church steeples, good for a sunny border. It has slender tapering spikes of yellow, star shaped flowers and finely cut leaves.  Height: 30 - 60cm Attracts: Bees and  insects Flowers: June to Sept Prefers: Sunny areas, dry and sandy soil.... More info
  12. Perfect for Pollinator Common Cat's Ear Plants (Hypochaeris radicata)
    Common Cat's Ear Plants (Hypochaeris radicata)
    A perennial that makes a good meadow component. Rich yellow flowers and dandelion-like seed heads. Height: 30-45cm Prefers: Sun/Part shade Flowers: May - September... More info
  13. Perfect for Pollinator Common Knapweed Plants (Centaurea nigra)
    Common Knapweed Plants (Centaurea nigra)
    Common knapweed or hardheads is a colourful meadow wild flower plant of the thistle family. Tight purple flowers, with lance shaped leaves. Forms dense clumps over time, ideal for sunny meadows and hedgebanks. A great bee plant, and a goldfinch magnet in the autumn. Height: 30-60cm Flowers: June -... More info
  14. Perfect for Pollinator Common Mallow Plants (Malva sylvestris)
    Common Mallow Plants (Malva sylvestris)
    Perennial. A very ornate, tough plant with an abundance of pink/purple flowers.  Height: 30-90cm Prefers: Well drained soils  Flowers: May to September... More info
  15. Common Sorrel Plants (Rumex acetosa)
    Common Sorrel Plants (Rumex acetosa)
    Reddish pink flower spikes, arrow shaped leaves turn crimson. Component of meadows. Height: 15-60cm Prefers: Sun and well-drained soil Flowers: May-Aug... More info
  16. Common St Johns Wort Plants (Hypericum perforatum)
    Common St Johns Wort Plants (Hypericum perforatum)
    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... More info
  17. Common Toadflax Plants (Linaria vulgaris)
    Common Toadflax Plants (Linaria vulgaris)
    Perennial. Plant of meadows, hedgerows with orange and pale yellow snap-dragon flowers.  Height: 30-60cm  Prefers: Sun and light shade Flowers: July to October... More info
  18. Perfect for Pollinator Common Vetch Plants (Vicia sativa)
    Common Vetch Plants (Vicia sativa)
    Only pink succulent to be found in woods. Numerous small purplish-pink flowers. Height: 45cm Prefers: Sun Flowers: June-September Pre-order now for delivery in April 2020... More info
  19. Perfect for Pollinator Cowslip Plants (Primula veris)
    Cowslip Plants (Primula veris)
    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 caterpill... More info
  20. Perfect for Pollinator Crested Dogstail Plants (Cynosurus Cristatus)
    Crested Dogstail Plants (Cynosurus Cristatus)
    Often grown as an ornamental plant this hardy plant with purple flowers can withstand the cold and drought whilst remaining green throughout the winter. The tender young leaves are readily eaten by cattle and sheep although they leave the hard, stiff stems alone. Height: 30 - 60cm Prefers: Shady a... More info
  21. Perfect for Pollinator Cuckoo Flower Plants (Cardamine Pratensis)
    Cuckoo Flower Plants (Cardamine Pratensis)
    Perennial. Commonly known as Ladys Smock, Mayflower or Milkmaids. Was thought to be sacred to the fairies in folklore, and bringing it indoors was deemed to be very unlucky.  Young leaves can be used as a substitute for cress due to their peppery taste. Height: 22 - 25cm Prefers: Damp grasslands ... More info
  22. Cyperus Sedge (Carex Pseudocyperus)
    Cyperus Sedge (Carex Pseudocyperus)
    Cyperus Sedge is a perennial with ribbed, pointed thin leaves that are bright, glossy, yellowish green in colour.  A self pollinating plant due to it having female and male flowers although pollen is also needed from neighbouring plants. Height: 60 - 90 cm Prefers: Pond Edge Flowers: May - June... More info
  23. Daisy Plants (Bellis perennis)
    Daisy Plants (Bellis perennis)
    Perennial. Common daisy is one of the best known lawn wild flowers. Height: 4-6cm Prefers: Sun Flowers: All year... More info
  24. Dames Violet Plants (Hesperis Matronalis)
    Dames Violet Plants (Hesperis Matronalis)
    Perennial. These purple or white flowers are great at attracting butterflies and look good in borders, you'll notice they become more fragrant towards the evening Height: 60 - 90cm Prefers: Sun or light shade Flowers: May - August... More info
  25. Perfect for Pollinator Dandelion Plants (Taraxacum officinale)
    Dandelion Plants (Taraxacum officinale)
    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 35cm Flowers: April-May... More info
  26. Dark Mullein Plants (Verbascum nigrum)
    Dark Mullein Plants (Verbascum nigrum)
    Biennial wild flower plant with yellow flowers and purple centre. Likes dry soils and gravelly places, favours calcareous soils. Height: Can grow to over a metre. Perennial.A rosette of leaves throws up a spike of rich yellow flowers with orange anthers, grow in herbaceous border. Height: 15 - 45cm... More info
  27. Perfect for Pollinator Devil's-bit Scabious Plants (Succisa pratensis)
    Devil's-bit Scabious Plants (Succisa pratensis)
    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 ... More info
  28. Perfect for Pollinator Dropwort Plants (Filipendula vulgaris)
    Dropwort Plants (Filipendula vulgaris)
    A perennial with fern-like leaves and foamy cream flowers opening from pink buds. Height: 60-90cm Prefers: Sun Flowers: May - Aug... More info
  29. False Fox Sedge Plants (Carex otrubae)
    False Fox Sedge Plants (Carex otrubae)
    Perennial. Flowers in a spike of yellow, green and pale brown. This plant thrives in wetland areas and heavy soils.  Height: 60-90cm Prefers: Damp Flowers: June-July ... More info
  30. Perfect for Pollinator Feverfew Plants (Tanacetum parthenium)
    Feverfew Plants (Tanacetum parthenium)
    Bright daisy like flowers that are excellent in deep shaded areas.  Height: 15-45cm Prefers: Sun Flowers: July onwards... More info
  31. Perfect for Pollinator Field Scabious Plants (Knautia arvensis)
    Field Scabious Plants (Knautia arvensis)
    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 - 100cm Prefers: Full sun on... More info
  32. Perfect for Pollinator Fleabane Plants (Pulicaria dysenterica)
    Fleabane Plants (Pulicaria dysenterica)
    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, sun Flowers: August - Septemeber... More info
  33. Perfect for Pollinator Foxglove Plants (Digitalis purpurea)
    Foxglove Plants (Digitalis purpurea)
    A native biennial occasionally perennial, common in woodland learing, hedgrows 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 mois... More info
  34. Giant Bellflower Plants (Campanula Latifolia)
    Giant Bellflower Plants (Campanula Latifolia)
    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. Perennial. Flowers in dense cluster at end of stem, violet-blue. Flowers: July-September... More info
  35. Perfect for Pollinator Goat's Beard Plants (Tragopogon pratensis)
    Goat's Beard Plants (Tragopogon pratensis)
    A perennial with yellow dandelion flowers followed by impressive seed heads.  Height: 30-90cm Prefers: Sun Flowers: May - July Attractive to birds... More info
  36. Goats Rue (Galega Officinalis)
    Goats Rue (Galega Officinalis)
    Goats Rue is a perennial plant with small sweet pea like lavender- lilac flowers.  In herbal medicines it has been used as a diuretic, and with a combination of herbs as a tonic. Height: upto 150cm Prefers: Sun and well drained soils Flowers: July - September... More info
  37. Perfect for Pollinator Greater Birdsfoot Trefoil Plants (Lotus pedunculatus)
    Greater Birdsfoot Trefoil Plants (Lotus pedunculatus)
    Perennial. This has yellow flowers that have larger heads than normal birdsfoot trefoil. Height: 30cm  Prefers: Moist Flowers:June to August... More info
  38. Greater Burnet Plants (Sanguisorba officinalis)
    Greater Burnet Plants (Sanguisorba officinalis)
    A handsome, tall, native perennial wild flower plant which grows in damp meadows and road verges. The blood red wild flowers, produce abundant nectar to attract insects to aid pollination. Height: 30 - 90cm Prefers: Full sun on damp soils. Suitable for pots Flowers: June to September... More info
  39. Perfect for Pollinator Greater Knapweed Plants (Centaurea scabiosa)
    Greater Knapweed Plants (Centaurea scabiosa)
    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 Suptember. Height: 30-90cm (8-36in) Prefers: Full sun on well drained soil Flowers: July - September... More info
  40. Perfect for Pollinator Greater Mullein Plants (Verbascum thapsus)
    Greater Mullein Plants (Verbascum thapsus)
    Biennial . A very tall plant that can grow upto to 2m tall it has white, wooly hairs, long leaves with pale yellow flowers on shorts spikes, grouped together on a dense spike.  Height: 1m-1.8m Flowers: June - September Requires: Woodland margins, clearings, disturbed weedy areas, dry soil... More info
  41. Greater Stitchwort Plants (Stellaria holostea)
    Greater Stitchwort Plants (Stellaria holostea)
    A pretty white hedgerow and woodland perennial wild flower plants can be found throughout Britain. The grass like leaves form large clumps that will die back in the summer and reappear the following spring. It was once believed that picking these wild flowers would provoke thunder and lightning. He... More info
  42. Perfect for Pollinator Gypsywort Plants (Lycopus eurpaeus)
    Gypsywort Plants (Lycopus eurpaeus)
    Unstalked flowers that cluster around each pair of upper leaves on stem, produces white flowers with red-spotted lower lip and spear-shaped leaves.  Height: 50-100cm Prefers: Overgrown pond margins, reed beds, ditches, marshes, wet damp soils  Flowers: July to September... More info
  43. Hairy St John's-Wort Plants (Hypericum hirsutum)
    Hairy St John's-Wort Plants (Hypericum hirsutum)
    Hairs on stems and on both sides of leaves distinguish this species. Flowers pale yellow and quite large. Height: 60 - 100cm Flowers: Jul - Aug Prefers: Damp woods, scrub, shaded areas, usually on calcareous soils.... More info
  44. Perfect for Pollinator Harebell Plants (Campanula rotundifolia)
    Harebell Plants (Campanula rotundifolia)
    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-... More info
  45. Perfect for Pollinator Hedge Bedstraw Plants (Galium mollugo)
    Hedge Bedstraw Plants (Galium mollugo)
    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 - 100cm Prefers: Full sun or ... More info
  46. Hedge Cranesbill Plants (Geranium pyrenaecium)
    Hedge Cranesbill Plants (Geranium pyrenaecium)
    A showy and versatile perennial with attractive mauve / pink flowers and evergreen leaves. Height: 22-45cm Prefers: Sun or part shade, well drained soils Flowers: May - October... More info
  47. Hedge Woundwort Plants (Stachys sylvatica)
    Hedge Woundwort Plants (Stachys sylvatica)
    Common throughout the British Isles except the Scottish Highlands, this hairy spreading perennial wildflower plant can be found in hedges, woodlands and shaded gardens. Height: 10-70cm Flower: The dark red flowers can be seen from July to August Prefers: Partial shade on fertile soilds... More info
  48. Perfect for Pollinator Hemp Agrimony Plants (Eupatorium cannabinum)
    Hemp Agrimony Plants (Eupatorium cannabinum)
    Perennial. A tall stately plant with masses of white-pink flowers, an excellent butterfly plant attracting large numbers in late summer.  Height: 60-120 cm Flower: July - September Requires: Damp, riverbanks, pond margins... More info
  49. Hoary Plantain Plants (Plantago media)
    Hoary Plantain Plants (Plantago media)
    Perennial. A grass like plant with small scented spike with pink/purplish flowers. Good and reliable in a meadow.  Height: 30cm Requires: Sun and well-drained soil Flowers: June to August... More info
  50. Hyssop Plants (Hyssopus Officinalis)
    Hyssop Plants (Hyssopus Officinalis)
    An aromatic, shrub like plant with small blue flowers. Dried Hyssop has been used as a minty addition to herbal teas, soups and stews. Height: 45cm Prefers:Sun and well drained soil Flowers: June onwards... More info
  51. Ivy Leaved Toadflax Plants (Cymbalaria Muralis)
    Ivy Leaved Toadflax Plants (Cymbalaria Muralis)
    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 ... More info
  52. Jacob's Ladder Plants (Polemonium caeruleum)
    Jacob's Ladder Plants (Polemonium caeruleum)
    Jacob's Ladder is an upright ladder like leves, yellow stamens in the early summer. It also has a bell/ funnel shaped flower.  Height: 50-100cm Prefers: Sand, Clay, Loam soils Flowers: Summer... More info
  53. Perfect for Pollinator Kidney Vetch Plants (Anthyllis vulneraria)
    Kidney Vetch Plants (Anthyllis vulneraria)
    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.... More info
  54. Perfect for Pollinator Lady's Bedstraw Plants (Galium verum)
    Lady's Bedstraw Plants (Galium verum)
    Perennial. Used in victorian times to scent bedding. Delicately whorled leaves and bright golden. Beautiful sweet scent in high summer.Height: 15-30cmFlowers: July onwards.Requires: Sun and well-drained soil..... More info
  55. Lawn Chamomile Plants (Anthemis nobilis)
    Lawn Chamomile Plants (Anthemis nobilis)
    Perennial, stays in leaf all year. White petals with an yellow centre. Height: 20 - 30cm Prefers: Sandy, well drained soils Flowers: June to July... More info
  56. Lemon Balm Plants (Melissa Officinalis)
    Lemon Balm Plants (Melissa Officinalis)
    Perennial. This small white, although they can also be a pale pruple flowered plant with its scalloped edged, oval leaves giving off a lemon scent. Although they can be cooked or dried, the leaves are best used fresh for a variety of things such as, herb teas, salads, sauces and even vinegars. Dri... More info
  57. Maiden Pink Plants (Dianthus deltoides)
    Maiden Pink Plants (Dianthus deltoides)
    Often considered one of the most attractive wildlfowers in the UK due to is bright pink flowers, sometimes with darker or paler spots Maiden Pink is a low growing plant making it suitable for rockerys, borders and seen on dry stony hillsides. To help boost and potentitaly extend the flowering seaso... More info
  58. Marsh Marigold Plants (Caltha palustris)
    Marsh Marigold Plants (Caltha palustris)
    Also known as the Kingcup, these large brilliant golden flowers can be found in wet woodlands, marshes and ditches across Britain. They are a bold perennials with succulent leaves. Numerous insects, including several species of Fly, visit the flowers for their nectar and pollen. Height: 30 – 60cm... More info
  59. Marsh Woundwort Plants (Stachys palustris)
    Marsh Woundwort Plants (Stachys palustris)
    Perennial. 4-angled sparsely hairy stem, leaves heart shaped at the base. Corolla pale-purple/pink with dark spots on lower lip. Height: 30-80 cm Flower: July to Sept Requires: Banks, wet meadows, ditches, wet fields, fenland. ... More info
  60. Perfect for Pollinator Meadow Buttercup Plants (Ranunculus acris)
    Meadow Buttercup Plants (Ranunculus acris)
    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: 30cm - 90cm Flower: May to August   Plantin... More info
  61. Meadow Clary Plants (Salvia pratensis)
    Meadow Clary Plants (Salvia pratensis)
    A soft hairy perennial that likes dry and grassy areas with unusual violet-blue flowers. Height: 80 - 100cm Prefers: Dry grassland, Hay meadows, Grassy paths Flowers: May - August Pre-order now for delivery in Spring 2020... More info
  62. Meadow Cranesbill Plants (Geranium pratense)
    Meadow Cranesbill Plants (Geranium pratense)
    A locally common native perennial found on roadsides and in meadows. The large blue flowers are attractive to Bumblebees, Honey Bees and Solitary Wasps. It is particularly hardy and will compete with grasses. Height: 30 – 80cm Flower: June - September Planting site: Most soil types in full sun ... More info
  63. Meadow Saxifrage Plants (Saxifraga granulata)
    Meadow Saxifrage Plants (Saxifraga granulata)
    A rare plant in the wild, this attractive alpine produces masses of fine white flowers. Height: 10-22cm Prefers: Sunny and well drained soils Flowers: April-June... More info
  64. Meadow Vetchling Plants (Lathyrus pratensis)
    Meadow Vetchling Plants (Lathyrus pratensis)
    Perennial. Also known as the "Medow pea" this is a straggling plant, that flowers in yellow flowers that are weakly scented. Good for use in meadows, woodland edges and shrubs.  Height: 50-100cm Prefers: Wet-moist soils Flower: May-August... More info
  65. Perfect for Pollinator Meadowsweet Plants (Filipendula ulmaria)
    Meadowsweet Plants (Filipendula ulmaria)
    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 – 150cm Flower: June - August Pre... More info
  66. Moth Mullein Plants (Verbascum blattaria)
    Moth Mullein Plants (Verbascum blattaria)
    A biennial with pink or white flowers singly up the stalk. It grows well in borders which are in a sunny position in poor soil conditions.  Height: 60-100cm Prefers: Sun Flowers: June - October... More info
  67. Perfect for Pollinator Mouse-Ear Hawkweed (Hieracium Pilosella)
    Mouse-Ear Hawkweed (Hieracium Pilosella)
    A perennial with lemon yellow flowers that have a red tinge on the outer edge . Pale green and slighty hairy leaves. Often found in dry grasslands and chalky soils such as clifftops, heaths, chalk downlands and sand dunes. As a herbal medicine Mouse-ear Hawkweed has been known to be used to treat re... More info
  68. Perfect for Pollinator Musk Mallow Plants (Malva moschata)
    Musk Mallow Plants (Malva moschata)
    Perennial. A beautiful, pretty pale pink flower which is adored in all gardens.  Height: 30-90cm Prefers: Sun Flowers: May to August... More info
  69. Perfect for Pollinator Nettle Leaved Bellflower Plants (Campanula trachelium)
    Nettle Leaved Bellflower Plants (Campanula trachelium)
    A tall, unbranched native perennial common across England. It is a plant of hedgerows and woodlands and is also known as Bats in the Belfry.   Height: 50-100cm Flowers: July - September Prefers: Partial shade on moist soils... More info
  70. Nottingham Catchfly Plants (Silene nutans)
    Nottingham Catchfly Plants (Silene nutans)
    White, delicate,drooping night scented flowers that are very attractive to moths.  Height: 25 - 60cm Prefers: Dry and Sun  Flowers: May to July ... More info
  71. Orange Hawkbit Plants (Hieracium aurantiacum)
    Orange Hawkbit Plants (Hieracium aurantiacum)
    Also known as Fox & Cubs these are an Orange wild flower of roadsides, hedgebanks and waste places. Height: 20 - 35cm Prefers: Dry, sandy or loamy type soils. Flowers: June to July.... More info
  72. Perfect for Pollinator Ox Eye Daisy Plants (Leucanthemum vulgare)
    Ox Eye Daisy Plants (Leucanthemum vulgare)
    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 – 70cm Prefers: Full sun on most soil types Flowers: June to August... More info
  73. Oxlip Plants (Primula Elatior)
    Oxlip Plants (Primula Elatior)
    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 ... More info
  74. Pennyroyal Plants (Mentha Pulegium)
    Pennyroyal Plants (Mentha Pulegium)
    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 anti... More info
  75. Pink Toadflax Plants (Linaria Purpurea)
    Pink Toadflax Plants (Linaria Purpurea)
    Pink Toadflax is very simiar to Purple Toadflax with it's snapdragon like flowers and greyish leave, just with Pink flowers. Height: 22 - 60 cm Prefers: Sun  Flowers: June onwards  Pre-order now for delivery in April 2020... More info
  76. Perfect for Pollinator Purple Loosestrife Plants (Lythrum salicaria)
    Purple Loosestrife Plants (Lythrum salicaria)
    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 – 150cm Flowers: June to August Prefers: Sun or some shade... More info
  77. Purple Toadflax Plants (Linaria purpurea)
    Purple Toadflax Plants (Linaria purpurea)
    Perennial.This flowers in spikes of pink, purple snap-dragon flowers and has greyish leaves.  Height: 22-60cm  Prefers: Sun  Flowers: June onwards Pre-order now for delivery week commencing 20th May 2019... More info
  78. Perfect for Pollinator Ragged Robin Plants (Lychnis flos-cuculi)
    Ragged Robin Plants (Lychnis flos-cuculi)
    The deeply cut pink petals of this native perennial are highly attractive to butterflies and bees. It can be found in damp woodland, meadows and pond edges. Height: 30 – 70cm Flowers: May to Jul Prefers: Sun or partial shade on damp soils... More info
  79. Perfect for Pollinator Red Campion Plants (Silene dioica)
    Red Campion Plants (Silene dioica)
    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 – 90cm Prefers: Semi shade or full sun on rich soi... More info
  80. Red Valerian Plants (Centranthus ruber)
    Red Valerian Plants (Centranthus ruber)
    Perennial.A dry stone wall or large rockery plant, which is very good in a border and attractive to bees..  Height: 60-90cm Prefers: dry soil Flowers: May onwards Pre-order for delivery week commencing 1st July 2019... More info
  81. Ribwort Plantain Plants (Plantago lanceolata)
    Ribwort Plantain Plants (Plantago lanceolata)
    Perennial. This grass-like plant has blackish-brown flowers with yellow anthers and is commonly used in meadows.  Height: 60-90cm Requires: Sun  Flowers: April onwards... More info
  82. Perfect for Pollinator Rough Hawkbit Plants (Leontodon hispidus)
    Rough Hawkbit Plants (Leontodon hispidus)
    A perennial with yellow dandelion flowers. Also known as Greater Hawkbit. Seeds heads form a clock which attracts birds. Height: 15-45cm Prefers: Sun and well-drained soil Flowers: June - October... More info
  83. Sage Clary Plants (Salvia sclarea)
    Sage Clary Plants (Salvia sclarea)
    Biennial. This plant has large aromatic leaves with ornamental lilac flower bracts, can be used in aromatherapy.  Height: 60cm Prefers: Sun and well-drained soil Flowers: June onwards ... More info
  84. Sainfoin Plants (Onobrychis vicifolia)
    Sainfoin Plants (Onobrychis vicifolia)
    A bushy meadow plant with cone-shaped spikes. Aromatic perennial with masses dark red flowers turning to pink. Height: 40-50cm Prefers: Sun and well-drained soil, found in meadows and along footpaths Flowers: July - Septemer... More info
  85. Perfect for Pollinator Salad Burnet Plants (Sanguisorba minor)
    Salad Burnet Plants (Sanguisorba minor)
    It is a perennial with a strange almost round flower head, which is pollinated by the wind. It can be found in a variety of dry calcareous grasslands. Height: 20 – 30cm Prefers: Dry calcareous soil in full sun Flowers: May to August... More info
  86. Salsify (Tragopogon Porrifolius)
    Salsify (Tragopogon Porrifolius)
    A perennial plant with a vibrant purple flower, with grass like foliage. These sun favouring flowers only open in the morning whilst the sun is shining. Commonly know as Jerusalem Star, Oyster Plant, Vegetable Oyster, gaining the latter names from the Oyster like taste of its roots. Older roots are... More info
  87. Saw-wort Plants (Serratula tinctoria)
    Saw-wort Plants (Serratula tinctoria)
    Perennial. Similar to Knapweed. Violet-red flowers size 1.5cms.  Height: Up to 1m Prefers: Grasslands, open woods, damp-moist calcerous soils Flowers: July - Septemer... More info
  88. Sea Campion Plants (Silene maritima)
    Sea Campion Plants (Silene maritima)
    A perennial that's ideal for rockeries. Solitary white flowers with a net veined 'bladder' and thick waxy leaves. Height: 15cm Prefers: Sun, well drained soil Flowers: June - August... More info
  89. Perfect for Pollinator Self Heal Plants (Prunella vulgaris)
    Self Heal Plants (Prunella vulgaris)
    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 – 40cm Prefers: Sun or semi shade on most soil types Flowers: June to September... More info
  90. Sheep's Sorrel Plants (Rumex acetosella)
    Sheep's Sorrel Plants (Rumex acetosella)
    Reddish pink flower spikes, though smaller than Common Sorrel, and with daintier leaves. Height: 7-15cm Prefers: Sun Flowers: May-Aug... More info
  91. Sheepsbit Plants (Jasione montana)
    Sheepsbit Plants (Jasione montana)
    Masses of soft blue scabious flowers, self-seeds readily in favourable conditions. Height: 20cm Prefers: Sun, well-drained and slightly acidic soil Flowers: May Pre-order now for delivery in Spring 2020... More info
  92. Perfect for Pollinator Skullcap Plants (Scutellaria Galericulata)
    Skullcap Plants (Scutellaria Galericulata)
    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: 30cm Prefers: Sun and damp soil Flowers: August... More info
  93. Perfect for Pollinator Small Scabious Plants (Scabiosa columbaria)
    Small Scabious Plants (Scabiosa columbaria)
    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 – 70cm Prefers: Dry, free draining poor soils... More info
  94. Perfect for Pollinator Sneezewort Plants (Achillea ptarmica)
    Sneezewort Plants (Achillea ptarmica)
    An attractive perennial with short to medium height wildflowers with ruffed white flowers of the yarrow family. Height: 25 - 50cm Prefers: Damp or waterlogged soils Flowers: July - September... More info
  95. Soapwort Plants (Saponaria officinalis)
    Soapwort Plants (Saponaria officinalis)
    Flowers weakly-scented and clustered in the upper leaves, can be pale pink or white. Height: 50-70cm Prefers: Damp-moist soils, found along footpaths, waste ground, hedges and river banks Flowers: June - September... More info
  96. Spiked Speedwell Plants (Veronica spicata)
    Spiked Speedwell Plants (Veronica spicata)
    A good border plant with long spikes of intense blue flowers. Height: 30-60cm Prefers: Sun and well-drained soil Flowers: July onwards... More info
  97. Spiny Restharrow (Ononis spinosa)
    Spiny Restharrow (Ononis spinosa)
    Usually found in calcareous, chalky or infertile meadows Spiny Restharrow is a shrubby but showy plant. Great for wildlife due to being pollinated by bee's and has nectar rich flowers. In herbal medicine Spiny Restharrow has been used for joint and muscle pain. Height: 45cm Prefers: Full sun, well... More info
  98. Spotted Hawkweed Plants (Hieracium maculatum)
    Spotted Hawkweed Plants (Hieracium maculatum)
    Yellow flowers with attractive spotted leaves. Height: 45cm Prefers: Sun Flowers: June onwards... More info
  99. Sweet Cicley Plants (Myrrhis Odorota)
    Sweet Cicley Plants (Myrrhis Odorota)
    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 shad... More info
  100. Sweet Purple Violet Plants (Viola odorata)
    Sweet Purple Violet Plants (Viola odorata)
    Perennial. Much loved, fragrant purple flowers. This species has an unforgettable sweet scent on spreading plants. Needs the benefit of mid to dense shade. Flowers: March-April Requires: Shade Height: 5-10cm... More info
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