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. Perfect for Pollinator Teasel Plants (Dipsacus fullonum)
    Teasel Plants (Dipsacus fullonum)
    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 b... More info
  2. Perfect for Pollinator Tufted Hair-Grass Plants (Deschampsia cespitosa)
    Tufted Hair-Grass Plants (Deschampsia cespitosa)
    A tall, decorative grass species with a large feather like seed head. Good for: Bees and insects Height: 30-120cm Prefers: Damp Flowers: June to August Pre-order now for delivery in Spring 2020... More info
  3. Perfect for Pollinator Tufted Vetch Plants (Vicia cracca)
    Tufted Vetch Plants (Vicia cracca)
    Sprawling perennial plant with masses of small pea like purple flowers, the sweet pea of the meadow. Perennial. Showy blue-purple to pinkish-purple flowers. Height: 60 - 120 cm Flowers: June-September Requires: Sun, meadows, agricultural fields, woodland margins... More info
  4. Perfect for Pollinator Viper's Bugloss Plants (Echium vulgare)
    Viper's Bugloss Plants (Echium vulgare)
    Flowers on tall spikes with pink buds opening to a glorious display of vivid blue. A fantastic plant, highly attractive to bees. Height: 15-30cm Requires: Well-drained soil and full sun Flowers: June to September... More info
  5. Perfect for Pollinator Water Avens Plants (Geum rivale)
    Water Avens Plants (Geum rivale)
    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 – 60cm Prefers: Wet or damp soils in shade or a sunny aspect Flowerings: Apr... More info
  6. Water Figwort Plants (Scrophularia aquatica)
    Water Figwort Plants (Scrophularia aquatica)
    Perennial. Flowers in a narrow spike with flowers that are a dark reddish colour. Height: 60-80cm Prefers: Damp woods, hedges, damp soil Flowers: June - September... More info
  7. Perfect for Pollinator Water Mint Plants (Mentha aquatica)
    Water Mint Plants (Mentha aquatica)
    Aromatic perennial with minty smell. Purple stems with dense flower clusters at the end of each stem. Height: 60-80cm Prefers: Wet meadows, wet woodlands, marshes, riverbanks. Usually on calcareous soils. Flowers: July to October... More info
  8. Perfect for Pollinator Wavy Hair-Grass Plants (Deschampsia flexuosa)
    Wavy Hair-Grass Plants (Deschampsia flexuosa)
    A medium height grass with slender stalks and purplish spikelets. Good for: Bees and insects Height: 30-45cm Prefers: Acidic soils Flowers: June to July... More info
  9. White Campion Plants (Silene alba)
    White Campion Plants (Silene alba)
    This plant is often growing on the edge of cornfields, hedgerows and waste ground. In the summer months can produce a slight scent.  Perennial. Pure white flowers   Height: To about 1m Requires: Sun Flowers: May-October ... More info
  10. Perfect for Pollinator White Deadnettle Plants (Lamium Album)
    White Deadnettle Plants (Lamium Album)
    Sometimes known as White Nettle the young leaves can be used in salads or cooked as a vegetable. It is also often called the Bee Nettle due to it being a good early source of nectar and pollen which makes it very attractive to Bees especially Bumble Bees. Height: 15 - 30cm Prefers: Sun, moist fert... More info
  11. Perfect for Pollinator Wild Angelica Plants (Angelica sylvestris)
    Wild Angelica Plants (Angelica sylvestris)
    A native perennial common in England and Wales, usually in wetter lands and fens. A tall hariless plant that can grow up to two metres. Stems hollow and purpleish, flowers white or pink. Height: Up to 2 metres Prefers: Damp meadows, wet woodlands and fenland Flowers: July to Sept... More info
  12. Wild Basil Plants (Clinopodium vulgare)
    Wild Basil Plants (Clinopodium vulgare)
    A native perennial common in England and Wales, usually in shaded areas. Downey and faintly aromatic with whirls of pinkish purple. Height: 30-60cm Prefers: Part/Full shade Flowers: March - May Good for: Bees... More info
  13. Perfect for Pollinator Wild Carrot Plants (Daucus carota)
    Wild Carrot Plants (Daucus carota)
    The white umbelliferous flowers have a slight pinkness to them, good to grow with scabious. Good for drying  Height: 50 - 150cm Prefers: Dry free draining soil in full sun Flowers: June - September... More info
  14. Perfect for Pollinator Wild Marjoram Plants (Origanum vulgare)
    Wild Marjoram Plants (Origanum vulgare)
    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 bee... More info
  15. Perfect for Pollinator Wild Mignonette Plants (Reseda lutea)
    Wild Mignonette Plants (Reseda lutea)
    French for little darling, this hairless perennial has wavy leaves and yellow/greenish flowers. Height: 25-60cm Prefers: Sun, Waste ground and field margins Flowers: May - October Pre-order now for Spring 2020... More info
  16. Wild Primrose Plants (Primula vulgaris)
    Wild Primrose Plants (Primula vulgaris)
    The beautifully scented buttery yellow flowers of this native perennial were once a common sight along hedgerows and woodlands across Britain. It is now less common, but is still heralds the beginning of spring and provides an early source of nectar for Bumblebees emerging from hibernation. Height:... More info
  17. 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
  18. 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
  19. 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
  20. 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
  21. 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
  22. Wood Forget-me-not Plants (Myosotis sylvativa)
    Wood Forget-me-not Plants (Myosotis sylvativa)
    A showy pale blue with a tinge of pink flower which are often found in woodlands and the occasional hedgrow. Height: Upto 30cm Requires: Semi Shade Flowers: April - July Pre-order now for delivery in Spring 2020... More info
  23. 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
  24. 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
  25. 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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