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Wild Flowers

Wild Flower gardens are increasing in popularity as gardeners in general are more in tune with nature. People are being actively encouraged to plant wild flowers to attract wildlife to their gardens. As the countryside continues to shrink many of us can help by creating a mini nature haven in our own gardens.

Wild Flowers can be used in a normal garden area as well as planted in green roofs; both will improve biodiversity of your home environment or garden and attract more native species of wildlife. As well as being beneficial to wildlife they have wonderfully pretty flowers. With plenty of varieties to choose from you will be able to both brighten your garden and improve wildlife habitat.

Our 10.5cm Wild Flowers are packed in trays of 15. Each pot has a bespoke colour care card. The reverse of the care card has useful information, care instructions and positioning tips. A Danish trolley shelf will take 4 trays of 10.5cm trays and a total of 36 trays will normally fit on a full trolley.

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Betony

Attractive red-purple flowers are magnets for bees.
Autumn to Early Summer

Birds Foot

Creeping perennial with a rich source of nectar
Autumn to Early Summer

Campion Red

The flowers is a glowing magenta colour
Autumn to Early Summer

Campion White

Pretty perennial, highly attractive to moths
Autumn to Early Summer

Clustered Bellflower

Fast-growing perennial with bell-shaped flowers
Autumn to Early Summer

Corn Chamomile

It bears a mass of daisy-like flowers
Autumn to Early Summer

Corn Cockle

This pretty annual bears dainty pink flowers
Autumn to Early Summer

Corn Poppy

Stunning scarlet flowers, provides a reminder of the first World War
Autumn to Early Summer

Cornflower

Rich blue flowers, supports bees and butterflies
Autumn to Early Summer

Cowslip

Yellow flowers carried at the end of tall, slender stems.
Autumn to Early Summer

Deptford Pink

Deep pink flowers are subtly marked with diminutive white blotches
Autumn to Early Summer

Field Scabious

Produces an abundance of lilac, pin-cushion flowers
Autumn to Early Summer

Flat Sea Holly

Vibrant blue flowers, looks great in the garden or a vase
Autumn to Early Summer

Forget Me Not

Dainty blue flowers will attract early butterflies
Autumn to Early Summer

Fox and Cubs

Attractive perennial provides a brilliant blaze of fiery colour
Autumn to Early Summer

Foxglove

Cottage garden classic, and supports an inpressive variety to wildlife
Autumn to Early Summer

Globe Thistle

Tall and stately, it bears magnificent vibrant, metallic blue flowers
Autumn to Early Summer

Great Mullein

Soft yellow and saucer-shaped flowers
Autumn to Early Summer

Heartsease

Chaming little wildflower has petite, pansy blooms
Autumn to Early Summer

Herb Robert

Dainty deep pink flowers, particularly attractive to bumlebees
Autumn to Early Summer

Jacobs Ladder

Bears clusters of pretty, lavender-blue flowers
Autumn to Early Summer

Lady’s Bedstraw

Flowers are an enchanting shade of yellow
Autumn to Early Summer

Marjoram Wild

Same species as Oregano, but has adapted to a cooler climate
Autumn to Early Summer

Meadow Clary

Vibrant blue flowers on long stems
Autumn to Early Summer

Meadow Cranesbill

Flowers are attractive to bees and butterflies
Autumn to Early Summer

Milk Thistle

Striking red-purple flowerheads
Autumn to Early Summer

Oxeye Daisy

Attractive solitary white flowers
Autumn to Early Summer

Oxlip

Reminiscent of an overgrown Cowslip
Autumn to Early Summer

Perennial Flax

Enduringly popular choice for an informal border

Primrose

Much-loved perennial with cheery yellow flowers
Autumn to Early Summer

Ragged Robin

Distinctively ‘tattered’ pink flowers
Autumn to Early Summer

Red Clover

Valued by argiculture for its nitrogen-fixing properties
Autumn to Early Summer

Salad Burnett

Cucumber-like flavour
Autumn to Early Summer

Sea Pink

Also known as ‘Thrift’, tufted and low-growing
Autumn to Early Summer

Selfheal

A patch-forming perennial, with its creeping, rooting stems
Autumn to Early Summer

Small Scabious

Pretty lilac-blue flowers strike an appealing note
Autumn to Early Summer

Sneezewort

Garden insects are strongly attracted to nectar-laden flowers
Autumn to Early Summer

St Johns Wort

Flowers are a sensationally bright yellow
Autumn to Early Summer

Sweet Violet

Has a useful spreading habit, and strong contribution to garden
Autumn to Early Summer

Teasel

Makes a strong statement in any planting scheme
Autumn to Early Summer

Toad Flax

Reminiscent of Snapdragons, the graceful, pale yellow flower
Autumn to Early Summer

Valerian

Pretty native perennial caries heads of sweetly fragrant flowers
Autumn to Early Summer

Vervain

Its pretty blue flowers are on slender stalks
Autumn to Early Summer

Vipers Bugloss

Intense blue flower spikes are attractive to bees and butterflies
Autumn to Early Summer

Water Avens

It bears nodding, pink-orange flowers on wine coloured stems
Autumn to Early Summer

Wild Basil

Its bright pink flowers are magnets for several species of butterflies
Autumn to Early Summer

Wild Carrot

White flowers are very attractive as they are flatten clusters
Autumn to Early Summer

Wild Flower Daisy

Known for its dainty white flowers and its robust habit
Autumn to Early Summer

Wild Mignonette

Usually tinged with green/yellow, the white flowers of this delightful plant have little fragrance
Autumn to Early Summer

Wild Strawberry

Shows white flowers followed by bright red berries
Autumn to Early Summer

Wild Wallflower

Distinctively fragrant, and strongly attractive to butterflies and bees
Autumn to Early Summer

Yarrow

Clusters of tiny white flowers and its finely-cut aromatic foliage
Autumn to Early Summer

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