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Natives / Wildflowers

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  1. Achilleahave clustered flower heads of tiny white flowers that from a distance look like little patches of snow resting on the grass.

    Achillea millefolium 'Proa'

    Yarrow, Wildflower of Britain and Ireland
    €2.25

    Achillea millefolium 'Proa' is an improved yarrow, a selected form that is higher yielding, with higher essential oil content, better flower production, and the flowers are more uniformly white. Preferred by those who use yarrow medicinally.

  2. Achillea millefolium have clustered flower heads of tiny white flowers that from a distance look like little patches of snow resting on the grass.

    Achillea millefolium 'Yarrow'

    Wildflower of Britain and Ireland
    €2.20

    These native wildflowers have clustered flower heads of tiny white flowers that from a distance look like little patches of snow resting on the grass. This famous herb is terrific as a wildflower clump in a blooming meadow, they are also a favourite for cut and dried flower arrangements.

  3. Alexanders, Smyrnium olusatrum

    Alexanders, Smyrnium olusatrum

    Alisanders, Black Lovage
    Wildflower of Britain and Ireland
    €2.95

    Alexanders are an ancient food source, cultivated for many centuries. This biennial wild flower, with dark green, shiny leaves and umbels of yellow-green flowers can be grown as an ornamental or can be put to use as a culinary herb or spice, the flavour is said to be similar to myrrh.

  4. Allium ursinum, Ramsons Garlic

    Allium ursinum, Ramsons Garlic

    Ramsons Garlic, Wild Garlic, Broad Leaved Garlic
    Wildflower of Britain and Ireland
    €2.45

    Until a few years ago you would never have seen wild garlic on a menu, but these days is definitely a chefs' favourite. The whole plant is edible, the flavour is softer, more pleasant than cloves from garlic bulbs. The leaves have a vibrant colour that brings food to life, use sparingly in salads, or add to sauces and dressings. It also makes splendid pesto.

  5. Wood Anemones growing on a south-facing edge of a wood all turn their heads to follow the sun from east to west.

    Anemone nemorosa 'Wood Anemone'

    Windflower
    Wildflower of Britain and Ireland
    €2.75
    This lovely woodlander makes a striking impact in the spring garden. The Irish-born exponent of wild gardening, William Robinson, adored Anemone nemorosa. Writing in his English Flower Garden in 1883, he begins by saying "there is little need to plead for their culture".
  6. Corn chamomile are lovely plants for a sunny well-drained border.

    Anthemis arvensis 'Corn Chamomile'

    Field Chamomile
    Wildflower of Britain and Ireland

    Starting at: €1.75

    Out of stock

    The corn chamomiles are lovely plants for a sunny well-drained border, covered with bright, single daisy-like flowers and attractive ferny grey-green foliage throughout the main summer season. An ideal plant for naturalised plantings, wild flower meadows or just a wild part of your garden.

  7. Our native Cow Parsley has a sophisticated form, with delicate, open, white lacy umbels, they look as though they're erupting from a well shaken champagne bottle.

    Anthriscus sylvestris 'Cow Parsley'

    Gipsy Laces, Lady's Needlework.
    Wildflower of Britain and Ireland
    €2.45

    Anthriscus sylvestris is most characteristic of hedgerows, road verges and woodland edges. Our native Cow Parsley has a sophisticated form, with delicate, open, white lacy umbels, that from mid-spring to early summer look as though they're erupting from a well shaken champagne bottle!

  8. As spring approaches and the weather warms, unusual creamy-white spathes (flowers) up to 40cm (16in) in length emerge.

    Arum italicum subsp. italicum.

    Italian Arum, Lords & Ladies
    Wildflower of Britain and Ireland
    €2.45
    'Arum Marmoratum' is extremely useful for shady spots or woodland planting. With unusual creamy-white flowers, attractively patterned leaves and scarlet, fleshy berries it stays lush right throughout winter, thriving in cold weather.
  9. Caltha palustris is believed to be one of our most ancient native plants.

    Caltha palustris

    Kingcup, Marsh Marigold
    Wildflower of Britain and Ireland
    €2.45
    'Caltha palustris, commonly called Marsh Marigold is one of the most cheerful native plants to adorn the edges of a pond or stream and possesses the added benefit of flowering in the shade. The plant’s yellow flowers and dark green shiny leaves cheer up the otherwise barren landscape as winter recedes.
  10. In Britain the cornflower is now classified as endangered. It receives general protection under the Wildlife and Countryside Act 1981.

    Centaurea cyanus, 'Cornflower'

    Bachelors Button,
    Wildflower of Britain and Ireland

    Starting at: €1.95

    Today cornflowers are rare in the wild, they flourish instead in our gardens. They are the most splendid of annuals. Aside from their electric blue, which is breathtaking when they're grown in dense drifts, they are easy to grow, they flower all summer, make great cut flowers and bees adore them.

  11. Today cornflowers are rare in the wild, they flourish instead in gardens.

    Centaurea cyanus, 'Cornflower' Organic

    Wildflower of Britain and Ireland
    €2.75
    Today cornflowers are rare in the wild, they flourish instead in gardens. Aside from their electric blue flowers, breathtaking when grown in dense drifts, they are easy to grow, flower all summer, make great cut flowers and bees adore them. Organic Seed.
  12. Golden-yellow shaggy thistle-like blooms on strong stems are followed by attractive seed heads.

    Centaurea macrocephala

    Great Headed Centaury
    €2.25

    Centaurea macrocephala is a magnificent perennial that ideal for providing vertical interest in a sunny, well-drained herbaceous border. The golden-yellow shaggy thistle-like blooms are on strong stems and mid-green, lance-shaped leaves are followed by attractive seed heads.

  13. A collection of five different species of native wildflower that were once a common sight in cornfields and meadows.

    Cornfield Meadow Annuals Mix

    Five Species Standard Annual Meadow Mixture
    Wildflowers of Britain and Ireland

    Starting at: €3.45

    Out of stock

    A collection of five different species of native wildflowers, that were once a common sight in cornfields and meadows. These summer-flowering annuals are ideal for providing a splash of colour to create a wildlife garden or meadow.

  14. Queen Annes Lace, Back of the Flower

    Daucus carota 'Queen Anne's Lace, Organic

    Queen Annes Lace, Wildflower of Britain and Ireland
    €2.45

    Out of stock

    Our native Queen Anne's Lace is at home in informal settings and a natural addition to a wildflower meadow. With delicate, lacy clusters of flowers, some with a solitary dark, purple flower in the centre, they make good cut flowers and are a lovely filler with other flowers. Organic Seed.
  15. Digitalis are handsome and easy if watered well in dry weather, and look spectacular at the back of a border.

    Digitalis purpurea

    Native Pink Foxglove
    Wildflower of Britain and Ireland

    Starting at: €2.25

    This lovely native European woodland plant is a beauty to add to any garden and a popular biennial for shaded places. Plants form rosettes of lance shaped leaves, the second year the rosette begins to shoot skyward with beautiful large spikes and drooping bell shaped blooms that are spotted inside.

  16. Teasel Blooms

    Dipsacus sativus fullonum

    Fuller’s Teasel, Wildflower of Britain and Ireland
    €1.95

    Fullers Teasel a sub-species of the common teasel. The bristly flower heads were cultivated, matured and dried. Inserted into wooden frames, they were used to bulk up the pile on woolen cloth. The variant name 'fullonum' refers to the name of the trade of the 'fullers' to raise the nap on woolen cloth - to 'tease' it. Teasel is still used today by some who weave wool by hand.

  17. Teasel Blooms

    Dipsacus sativus fullonum, Organic

    Fuller’s Teasel, Wildflower of Britain and Ireland
    €2.45

    Out of stock

    Fullers Teasel is perfect for attracting wildlife to your garden, especially bees and butterflies while birds love to feed on the seed. It is unique in the plant world in the way in which it blooms: purple-pink flowers form first in a ring around the middle of the head, it grows in width over a few days. Organic Seed.
  18. Echium vulgare 'Vipers Bugloss'

    Echium vulgare 'Vipers Bugloss'

    Wildflower of Britain and Ireland
    €1.95

    Echium vulgare is a valuable native plant and is exotic enough to earn a place in a flower border. The plant is much loved by almost all bee species. If you don’t want plants that honeybees simply visit, but want to select plants that honeybees clearly love, choose Echium for your garden.

  19. Viper's bugloss is one of, if not THE very best plant to attract bees to your garden.

    Echium vulgare 'Vipers Bugloss', Organic

    Wildflower of Britain and Ireland
    €2.65
    Viper's bugloss is one of, if not THE very best plant to attract bees to your garden. Along with Borage and Phacelia, the plant is much loved by almost all bee species, especially bumblebees. For months this plant is a stable source of nectar. Organic Seed.
  20. A highly ornamental plant often grown in gardens for its metallic bluish flowers and intensely whitish-glaucous leaves.

    Eryngium maritimum

    Seaside Eryngo, Sea Holly.
    Ancient Crop. Wildflower of Britain and Ireland
    €3.25

    Out of stock

    Eryngium maritimum is an evergreen perennial plant native to Europe. Often found on sea shores, it is a protected species in many parts of the world. Highly ornamental, it is grown in gardens for its metallic bluish flowers and intensely whitish-glaucous leaves, it is very attractive to bees and butterflies.

  21. Known as Evening Primrose, in early summer the sweetly scented, bright yellow flowers open towards evening

    Evening Primrose, Oenothera biennis

    Evening Primrose, Herb Primrose, King's cure-all
    Wildflower of Europe
    €2.00

    Out of stock

    Evening Primrose is a classic plant, with its beautiful yellow flowers is a feast for the eyes as well as the stomach. The whole plant is edible: leaves can be cooked as greens and the nutty-flavoured roots can be boiled and eaten like potatoes, parsnips, or salsify. The flowers make a lovely salad garnish.

  22. Oenothera biennis provides a wonderful splash of summer colour in the garden from June until September.

    Evening Primrose, Oenothera biennis, Organic

    Evening Primrose, Herb Primrose, King's cure-all
    Wildflower of Europe
    €2.45
    Oenothera biennis provides a wonderful splash of summer colour in the garden. Flowering begins in June and plants continue growing throughout the season so there is a constant succession until about September. In early summer the sweetly scented, bright yellow flowers open towards evening and are faintly phosphorescent.
  23. Our native Meadowsweet is a familiar sight in damp woods and meadows, on the banks of streams or wet ditches throughout Europe.

    Filipendula ulmaria 'Meadowsweet'

    Queen of the Meadows, Wildflower of Britain and Ireland
    €1.80

    Our native Meadowsweet is a familiar sight, with fernlike foliage and tufts of graceful, fragrant creamy-white flowers. Also known as Queen of the Meadows, the flower heads are frequently visited by bees attracted by the heavy scent which can be so evocative of summer days in the countryside.

  24. Snake's head fritillaries always excite attention wherever they are seen.

    Fritillaria meleagris

    Snake's Head Fritillary, Chequered Lily,
    Wildflower of Britain and Ireland
    €2.70

    Snake's head fritillaries always excite attention wherever they are seen. None of the other lovely members of the fritillaria genus can match this native wildflower for the bizarre and unmistakable colouring of its bell-shaped flowers.

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