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We supply most of the plants below as seeds, so please contact us with your requirements. Some of our wildflowers are available as small plug plants, which are much cheaper, so please enquire to see if we can save you some money.
As a guideline, plug plants are available from 50 per tray (84 plugs), wildflower plants from 1.50 per plant, bulbs from £10.50/50 or £18/100, but please contact us for a quote, especially if you require other items off the web site at the same time. Use the link alongside wildflower bulbs to go to our bulbs page.

Use the English family name, e.g. Red Campion can be found under 'C' - Campion, Red
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ACONITE, WINTER Eranthis hyemalis
Tuberous perennial with yellow flowers, for woods and hedgerows
January-March (bulb)
ALKANET, GREEN Pentaglottis sempervirens
Blue perennial, clump forming, good for insects
April-July
ANEMONE, WOOD Anemone nemorosa
Star-like white flowers for woods and shady areas
March-April (bulb/rhizome)
Wood Anemone
ANGELICA Angelica archangelica
Greenish perennial enjoyed by insects and birds
July-September
ANISE-HYSSOP Agastache anethiodora
Purple perennial loved by bees
July-September
ARROWHEAD Saggitaria saggitifolia
Emergent perennial for ponds, with arrow-shaped leaves and white flowers
June-July
AGRIMONY Agrimonia eupatoria
Perennial for meadows, hedgerows and borders, with yellow flowers
July-September
AVENS, WATER Geum rivale
Pretty pink/crimson perennial for pondsides and wet places
April-September
AVENS, WOOD Geum urbanum
Yellow perennial for shaded areas, also known as herb bennet
May-September
BASIL, WILD Clinopodium vulgare
Pink/purple perennial, loved by insects, for meadows, rockeries, borders
July-October
BEDSTRAW, LADY'S Galium verum
Spreading perennial for hedgerows, meadows and rockeries, clusters of tiny yellow flowers
June-September
BEDSTRAW, MARSH Galium palustre
Spreading perennial for wet places, with white flowers
June-August
BEDSTRAW, HEDGE Galium mollugo
Sprawling perennial for hedgerows, open woods and summer meadows, with white flowers
June
BELLFLOWER, CLUSTERED Campanula glomerata
Perennial with blue bell-shaped flowers, for meadows, hedgerows and borders
May-October
BELLFLOWER, CREEPING Campanula patula
Rare slender perennial for most habitats, with pink/purple flowers
July-September
BELLFLOWER, NETTLE-LEAVED Campanula trachelium
A good perennial for shady places, with blue flowers
July-September
BETONY Betonica officinalis
Perennial loved by bees, for meadows, hedgerows, woods and borders. Purple flowers
June-October
BIRDSFOOT TREFOIL Lotus corniculatus
Yellow perennial, loved by insects, for meadows, rockeries and borders
June-September
BIRDSFOOT TREFOIL, GREATER Lotus uliginosus
Sprawling yellow perennial for damp meadows or pond sides
June-October
BLUEBELL Scilla non-scripta a.k.a. Hyacinthoides non-scripta
The native wild bluebell, nursery grown - PLANT NO OTHER!!
April-June (bulb)
Bluebells
BOGBEAN Menyanthes trifolium
Creeping aquatic perennial with amazing 'raspberry ripple' flowers
April-June (supplied bare-rooted)
BUR-REED, BRANCHED Sparganium erectum
Perennial for the water's edge, with green flowers
June-July
BROOKLIME Veronica beccabunga
Creeping perennial for pond edges and streams, with blue flowers
May-August
BUGLE Ajuga reptans
Creeping perennial, good for insects, for woods, hedgerows and borders
April-June
BUGLOSS, VIPER'S Echium vulgare
Blue biennial loved by bees, for dry soils in full sun
June-September
BULRUSH Scirpus lacustris
Vigorous emergent or water edge perennial with brown flower
July-October
BURNET, GREATER Sanguisorba officinalis
Crimson perennial for damp areas in full sun
June-September
BURNET, SALAD Poterium sanguisorba
Green/crimson perennial for spring meadows and rockeries
May-August
BUTTERCUP, MEADOW Ranunculus acris
Tall perennial buttercup of old meadows, not the creeping kind
May-August
CAMPION, BLADDER Silene vulgaris
Delicate white perennial for meadows, hedgerows, borders and tubs
June-September
CAMPION, RED Silene dioica
Lovely pink perennial for woodlands, hedges and shady borders
March-October
Red Campion
CAMPION, WHITE Silene latifolia
White annual/perennial for open ground, borders and rockeries
May-October
CARROT, WILD Daucus carota
White perennial for the summer meadow, attracts insects
June-September
CELANDINE, LESSER Ranunculus ficaria
Early yellow perennial, for borders, hedgerows and woodlands
March-May
Lesser Celandine
CENTAURY Centaurium erythraea
Pink perennial for well-drained soils, rockeries and gravel paths
June-October
CHAMOMILE Anthemis nobile
White creeping perennial, and will make a good lawn
June-September
CHICORY Cichorium intybus
Blue perennial of dry places, especially chalky soils, and good for insects
July-September
CHIVES Allium schoenoprasum
Purple perennial loved by bees
June-September
CHIVES, GARLIC Allium tuberosum
White perennial, useful in the wildlife garden and also the kitchen
August-October
CINQUEFOIL, MARSH Potentilla palustris
Unusual maroon perennial for wet habitats
May-July
CLARY, MEADOW Salvia pratensis
Rare blue perennial but easy to grow in the garden, for meadows and borders
June-July
CLARY, WILD Salvia horminoides
Blue perennial for dry grassland
May-August
COLTSFOOT Tussilago farfara
Perennial, yellow flowers appearing before the hoof-shaped leaves
February-April
COLUMBINE Aquilegia vulgaris
Blue, pink or white perennial for woods and semi-shaded areas
April-May
COMFREY, RUSSIAN Symphytum peregrimum
White perennial, quickly spreading, for the border or shady places
June-September
COTTON-GRASS Eriophorum angustifolium
Perennial with fluffy cotton heads in June, for wet places, especially acid areas
COWSLIP Primula veris
Yellow perennial for all spring meadows and short grassland
April-May
CRANESBILL, BLOODY Geranium sanguineum
Crimson perennial for open woods and grassland on calcareous soil
July-August
CRANESBILL, MEADOW Geranium pratense
Large blue/mauve perennial for grassland, hedgerows or the border
June-September
CRANESBILL, WOOD Geranium sylvaticum
Purple perennial for damp shady places
June-July
CREEPING JENNY Lysimachia nummularia
Creeping yellow perennial, good ground cover in woodlands or any moisture-retaining soil
May-July
CROSSWORT Cruciata laevipes
Spreading yellow perennial, scented, loved by bees, for meadows, hedgerows, open woods
July-September
Crosswort
CUCKOO FLOWER (LADY'S SMOCK) Cardamine pratensis
Early-flowering, pale pink perennial, for wetland, pond side or marsh
April-June (Food plant of the orange-tip butterfly)
Cuckoo Flower or Lady's Smock
DAFFODIL, WILD Narcissus pseudonarcissus
Wordsworth's daffodil, also known as 'Lent Lily', for grassland & woods
April (bulb)
Wild Daffodil
DAISY, OX-EYE Chrysanthemum leucanthemum
Large white perennial daisy of flower meadows and hedgebanks
May-September
DROPWORT Filipendula vulgaris
Creamy-white perennial, like a miniature meadowsweet but for well-drained soils
May-August
ELECAMPANE Inula helenium
Yellow perennial for most soils, and good for insects
July-August
ENCHANTER'S NIGHTSHADE Circaea lutetiana
Spreading perennial with small white flowers, for woodland and shady areas
July-August
EVENING PRIMROSE Cenothera biennis
Yellow biennial, excellent for moths which will attract bats, likes dry soils
June-September
EVERLASTING PEA, NARROW-LEAVED Lathyrus sylvestris
Purple/pink scrambling perennial for tall grassland
June-August
FEVERFEW Chrysanthemum parthenium
White perennial 'daisy', spreads easily
July
FLEABANE Pulicaria dysenterica
Perennial with yellow daisy-like flowers, for wetland, loved by butterflies
August-September
FLOWERING RUSH Butomus umbellatus
Delicate purple perennial for pond edges
July-August
FORGET-ME-NOT Myosotis arvensis
Blue perennial for dry soils, seeds and spreads freely
April-August
FORGET-ME-NOT, WATER Myosotis scorpoides
Spreading blue perennial, for pond sides and damp places
May-September
FOXGLOVE Digitalis purpurea
Popular purple/white biennial, pollinated by bumblebees (seeds freely)
June-August
FRITILLARY, SNAKE'S-HEAD Fritillaria meleagris
Purple or white drooping flowers for damp meadows
April-June (bulb)
GARLIC, HEDGE (GARLIC MUSTARD) Alliaria petiolata
Spreading white biennial, food plant of Orange-tip butterfly
April-August (Leaves nice in sandwiches)
Hedge Garlic, Garlic Mustard, Jack by the hedge
GARLIC, WILD (RAMSONS) Allium ursinum
Garlic scented white flowered perennial, for woods and shaded areas on damp soils
April-June (bulb - all parts edible!!)
Ramsons or Wild Garlic
GIPSYWORT Lycopus europaeus
Spreading white perennial (mint family) for damp areas & pond sides
July-September
GOLDEN SAXIFRAGE, OPPOSITE LEAVED Chrysosplenium oppositifolium
Mat forming green/yellow perennial for wet areas
March-May
GRASS, QUAKING Briza media
Very attractive grass which prefers calcareous soils
June-August
HAREBELL Campanula rotundifolia
Delicate blue perennial for short grassland, rockeries & sunny borders
July-September
HAWKWEED, ORANGE Hieracium aurandacum
Spreading perennial, like an orange dandelion
June-August
HEARTSEASE (WILD PANSY) Viola tricolor
Yellow/blue annual/perennial for open ground, seeds freely
Flowers all months
HEMP AGRIMONY Eupatorium cannabinum
Tall, pink-flowered perennial, excellent for insects, likes damp soil
July-September
HERB ROBERT Geranium robertianum
Pink annual, for shady areas, tubs & baskets
Flowers all months
Herb Robert
HORNWORT Ceratophyllum demersum
Native oxygenating plant for ponds - better than Canadian pondweed!!
Sold in bunches
Hornwort
HOUND'S TONGUE Cynoglossum officinale
Purple perennial for dry soils in sun or half-shade, in meadows & borders
May-August
HYSSOP Hyssopus officinale
Blue hrub-like perennial herb for sunny site on light soil
August-September
ICE PLANT Sedum spectibile
Pink clump-forming perennial, excellent for butterflies
August-October
IRIS, YELLOW FLAG Iris pseudacorus
Clump forming yellow perennial for wet places and ponds
May-June
JACOB'S LADDER Polemonium caeruleum
Rare blue limestone perennial, does well in sunny borders & short grassland
June-July
KNAPWEED, BLACK Centaurea nigra
Lovely purple perennial - a must for meadows and hedgerows
June-September
KNAPWEED, GREATER Centaurea scabiosa
Purple perennial for calcareous soils - meadows and hedgebanks
June-August
LADY'S MANTLE Alchemilla sp.
Yellow perennial, similar to the garden form
June-September
LEMON BALM Mellisa officinalis
White perennial with lemon fragrance, loved by bees
July-September
LEOPARD'S-BANE Doronicum pardalianches
Yellow perennial 'daisy' - keeps leopards away!?!
April-June
LOOSESTRIFE, PURPLE Lythrum salicornia
Wonderful purple-spiked perennial for damp areas and pond edges
June-September
LOOSESTRIFE, YELLOW Lysimachia vulgaris
Spreading perennial for ponds and streamsides
July-August
MALLOW, MUSK Malva moschata
Pretty pink perennial for flower borders, meadows, sunny hedgerows
July-August
MARE'S-TAIL Hippuris vulgaris
Pond plant with spikes of foliage emerging from the water, vigorous
Sold in bunches
MARIGOLD, MARSH Caltha palustris
Early flowering yellow perennial for damp areas
April
Marsh Marigold
MARJORAM, WILD Oreganum vulgare
Purple/white perennial for sunny meadows and borders
June-September
MEADOWSWEET Filipendula ulmaria
Fluffy creamy flowerheads for any damp place in the sun
June-September
MELILOT Melilotus officinalis
Spreading yellow perennial/annual for borders, hedgerows, meadows
July-September
MINT, WATER Mentha aquatica
Spreading pink/mauve perennial, loved by insects, for wet places
July-October
Water Mint
MINT, VARIOUS Mentha sp.
Apple, green, chocolate, ginger, silver, peppermint
Please specify the variety you want
MOTHERWORT Leonorus cardiaca
Pink perennial with spikes of flowers, seeds taken by birds
July-September
MULLEIN, DARK Verbascum nigra
Striking yellow biennial for sunny border, meadow or semi-shaded area
June-September
MULLEIN, GREAT Verbascum thapsus
Majestic yellow biennial for the back of the border on well-drained soil
June-August
OXLIP Primula elatior
Rare yellow perennial of coppiced woods on damp soil
April-May
PASQUE FLOWER Pulsatilla vulgaris
Rare purple chalk-loving perennial
April-June
PENNYROYAL Mentha pulegium
Spreading lilac perennial, strongly scented, good for insects, likes damp soils
July-October
PERIWINKLE, LESSER Vinca minor
Spreading blue woody perennial - good ground cover under trees & on banks
March-May
PIMPERNEL, YELLOW Lysimachia nemorum
Yellow perennial for damp shady places, not on acid soils
May-September
PINK, DEPTFORD Dianthus armeria
Pink perennial for rockeries, gravel paths or borders
July-August
PINK, MAIDEN Dianthus deltoides
Mat forming pink perennial for meadows, rockeries, borders
June-September
POPPY, RED (CORN) Papaver rhoeas
Popular red annual of disturbed ground
June-October. Available only as seed.
POPPY, WELSH Mecanopsis cambria
Yellow perennial of open woods, rockeries and borders
June-August
POPPY, YELLOW HORNED Glaucium flavum
Yellow perennial of the seashore but grows in gardens
June-July
PRIMROSE Primula vulgaris
The well known wild yellow perennial primrose
March-June
Wild Primrose
RAGGED ROBIN Lychnis flos-cuculi
Lovely 'tatty' pink perennial of wet areas
May-August
REED, COMMON Phragmites australis
The classic reed for shallow water, spreading
August-October
REEDMACE, LESSER Typha latifolia
Clump forming perennial with brown flowers on spikes
ROCK ROSE Helianthemum chamaecistus
Attractive spreading yellow perennial for banks and rockeries
May-September
ROCKET, SWEET Hespris matronalis
Pink perennial, highly scented, good for moths, food plant for orange-tip butterfly
May-June
ROSEMARY Rosmarinus officinalis
Blue perennial evergreen shrub
May-June
SAGE Salvia sp.
Blackcurrant, pineapple, tangerine, etc.
Please specify the variety you want
SAGE, WOOD Teucrium scorodonia
Green perennial for dry woods and grassland
July-September
SAINFOIN Onobrychis vicifolia
Pink perennial, good for bees, try it in tall grassland
June-September
SANICLE Sanicula europaea
White perennial for shady areas and open woods
May-June
SAXIFRAGE, MEADOW Saxifraga granulata
Dainty white perennial for spring meadows and borders
April-June
SCABIOUS, DEVIL'S-BIT Succisa pratensis
Attractive violet perennial preferring damp ground
July-October
SCABIOUS, FIELD Knautia arvensis
Blue perennial, loved by insects, for summer meadows
June-October
SCABIOUS, SMALL Scabiosa columbaria
Blue perennial ideal for the summer meadow on dry soil
July-August
SEDGE, CYPERUS Carex pseudocyperus
Green perennial, mat-forming, for wet places
May-June
SEDGE, LESSER POND Carex acutiformis
Green perennial, mat-forming, for wet places
June-July
SEDGE, PENDULOUS Carex pendula
Green perennial, with drooping female spikes, for heavy soils
May-June
SEDGE, TUFTED Carex elata
Green perennial, mat-forming, for wet places
May-June
SELF-HEAL Prunella vulgaris
Blue/violet spreading perennial, for meadows
June
SNEEZEWORT Achillea ptarmica
White perennial of open meadows on moist soils
July-September
SNOWDROP Galanthus nivalis
Early white flowers for grassland and shaded areas
January-March (bulb)
SOAPWORT Saponaria officinalis
Pink spreading perennial for banks, scented flowers
July-September
SORREL Rumex acetosa
Red perennial for meadows - food plant of small copper butterfly
May-June
SORREL, SHEEP'S Rumex acetosella
Red perennial for meadows and banks on dry soils
May-August
SPEARWORT Ranunculus flammula
Yellow perennial 'buttercup' for pondsides, including shallow water
July-September
SPEEDWELL, SPIKED Veronica spicata
Rare blue perennial for borders, meadows & hedgerows on well-drained soil
July-October
ST JOHN'S WORT, PERFORATE Hypericum perforatum
Yellow perennial for grassland and open woodland
June-September
ST JOHN'S WORT, SQUARE STEMMED Hypericum tetrapterum
Yellow perennial for damp places
June-September
STAR OF BETHLEHEM Ornithogalum pyrenaicum
Clusters of white flowers on a stem up to 50cm tall
May-June (bulb)
STITCHWORT, GREATER Stellaria holostea
Spreading white perennial for woodland, hedgerows, banks & under shrubs
April-June
Greater Stitchwort
STONECROP, BITING Sedum acre
Yellow carpeting perennial for rockeries, gravel paths, walls
July-August
STONECROP, ENGLISH Sedum anglicum
White mat-forming perennial for rockeries, gravel paths, sandy banks
June-September
STRAWBERRY, WILD Fragaria vesca
White perennial with gorgeous tiny fruits, for hedgebanks & woodland edges
April-July
SWEET CICELY Myrrhis odorata
White perennial, smells of aniseed, seed pods edible, great for insects
May-June
TANSY Chrysanthemum vulgare
Yellow perennial for tall grassland, strongly scented
July-October
TEASEL Dipsacus fullonum
Tall blue/purple biennial, loved by butterflies, bees & goldfinches
July-August
THISTLE, GLOBE Echinops nitro
Blue/white perennial for sunny border, loved by insects
July-September
THRIFT Armeria maritima
Pink cushion-forming perennial for sandy soils, rockeries, paths
April-October
THYME Thymus drucei
Spreading pink perennial for paths & rockeries - good for bees
May-August
TOADFLAX Linaria vulgaris
Yellow spreading perennial for rough grass and hedgerows
July-October
TORMENTIL Potentilla erecta
Yellow spreading perennial for short grass and rockeries
May-September
TULIP, WILD Tulipa sylvestris
Small yellow flowers, but probably not native to the British Isles
April (bulb)
VALERIAN Valeriana officinalis
Pink/white perennial for damp meadows and open woods
June-August
VALERIAN, RED Centranthus ruber
Red perennial with fleshy leaves for poor soils and walls
June-September
VETCH, HORSESHOE Hippocrepis comosa
Yellow perennial for calcareous soils
May-July
VETCH, KIDNEY Anthyllis vulneria
Silky haired yellow perennial for meadows, borders, on well-drained soil
June-September
VETCH, TUFTED Viccia cracca
Violet climbing perennial for hedgerows
June-August
VETCHLING, MEADOW Lathyrus pratensis
Clambering yellow perennial for meadows on light soils
May-August
VIOLET, DOG Viola riviniana
Violet perennial for shaded areas
March-May
Dog Violet
VIOLET, MARSH Viola palustris
Lilac creeping perennial of wet acid areas
April-June
VIOLET, SWEET Viola odorata
Spreading violet perennial for hedgerows, woods and borders
March-May
WALLFLOWER, WILD Cheiranthus cheiri
Orange perennial for walls and rock gardens
April-June
WATER CROWFOOT, POND Ranunculus omiophyllus
White creeping perennial for shallow still water - oxygenator
May-August
WATER LILY, FRINGED Nymphoides peltata
Small water lily with yellow flowers, for water up to 1m deep
June-September (supplied bare-rooted)
WATER LILY, WHITE Nymphaea alba
Large leaved with white flower, for water up to 3m deep
June-September
WATER LILY, YELLOW Nuphar lutea
Large leaved with yellow flower, for water up to 5m deep
June-September
WATER PLANTAIN Alisma plantago-aquatica
White perennial for water up to 30cm deep
June-August
WATER STARWORT Callitriche stagnalis
Tiny white-flowered oxygenator, for ponds and wet areas
May-September
WELD Reseda luteola
Green biennial/perennial of disturbed ground, used as dye plant
June-August
WOAD Isatis tinctoria
Rare yellow biennial, grown in gardens for its blue dye
July-September
WOODRUFF Galium odoratum
Spreading white perennial for woodlands and borders
June-August
WOOD SORREL Oxalis acetosella
White perennial of shaded woods and hedges
April-May
Wood Sorrel
YARROW Achillea millefolium
White perennial of open woods, meadows and banks
June-August
Use the English family name, e.g. Red Campion can be found under 'C' - Campion, Red
A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z

We supply most of the plants above as seeds, so please contact us with your requirements. Some of our wildflowers are available as small plug plants, which are much cheaper, so please enquire to see if we can save you some money.
As a guideline, plug plants are available from 50 per tray (84 plugs), wildflower plants from 1.50 per plant, bulbs from £10.50/50 or £18/100, but please contact us for a quote, especially if you require other items off the web site at the same time. Use the link alongside wildflower bulbs to go to our bulbs page.


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