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  1. 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: $1.33

    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.

  2. Teasel Blooms

    Dipsacus sativus fullonum

    Fuller’s Teasel, Wildflower of Britain and Ireland
    $1.89

    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.

  3. Teasel Blooms

    Dipsacus sativus fullonum, Organic

    Fuller’s Teasel, Wildflower of Britain and Ireland
    $2.45
    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.
  4. Dipsacus sativus sylvestris

    Dipsacus sativus sylvestris

    Common Teasel, Wildflower of Britain and Ireland
    $2.03

    The wildflower, Teasel can grow to six feet tall and is an architectural wonder when in full bloom. It is primarily a native of roadsides, rough pastures and rural fields. Perfect for attracting wildlife to your garden, especially bees and butterflies and is famously associated with small birds, especially goldfinches, who love to feed on the seed.

  5. Echium vulgare 'Vipers Bugloss'

    Echium vulgare 'Vipers Bugloss'

    Wildflower of Britain and Ireland
    $2.31

    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.

  6. Echium vulgare 'Vipers Bugloss', Organic

    Echium vulgare 'Vipers Bugloss', Organic

    Wildflower of Britain and Ireland
    $2.31
    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.
  7. Eranthis hyemalis, the Winter Aconite beam a golden glow into the garden at a time when the sun rarely breaks through the clouds.
    $2.59
    Eranthis hyemalis are often the first flowers to appear, they beam a golden glow into the garden at a time when the sun rarely breaks through the clouds. Happy in the light grass that is typical under trees, a carpet of them in is a fantastic and spirit-lifting sight.
  8. 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
    $3.15

    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.

  9. Evening Primrose, Oenothera biennis

    Evening Primrose, Oenothera biennis

    Evening Primrose, Herb Primrose, King's cure-all
    Wildflower of Europe
    $1.75

    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.

  10. 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

    Out of stock

    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.
  11. 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'

    Meadowsweet, Wildflower of the British Isles
    $1.75

    Our native Meadowsweet is a familiar sight, with fernlike foliage and tufts of graceful, fragrant creamy-white flowers, which are in blossom from June to almost September. It has been used as a medicinal plant since ancient times.

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

    Fritillaria meleagris

    Snake's Head Fritillary, Chequered Lily,
    Wildflower of Britain and Ireland
    $3.15

    Out of stock

    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.
  13. Galium odoratum, known as Sweet Woodruff can be a valuable addition to the garden, particularly shaded gardens.

    Galium odoratum, 'Sweet Woodruff'

    Formerly known as Asperula odorata
    Native to Europe
    $3.15

    An often forgotten herb, Galium odoratum can be a valuable addition to the garden, particularly shaded gardens. Soft green leaves are carried in whorls on stems and when its small white vanilla-scented flowers appear above this lush carpet in May and June, the effect is enchanting.

  14. Geranium pratense is one of our loveliest wild flowers and worthy of a place in any border.

    Geranium pratense

    Meadow Cranesbill, Hardy Geranium
    Wildflower of Britain and Ireland
    $2.17

    Out of stock

    The beautiful, soft violet-blue flowers make the meadow crane’s bill one of our most distinctive wildflowers. Perfect for a meadow, it is often planted in gardens as it flowers for a long time, it must be one of our loveliest wild flowers and worthy of a place in any border.

  15. Our native wild flower, Geranium robertianum forms attractive rosettes of fern-like leaves

    Geranium robertianum

    Herb Robert, Garden Geranium,
    Wildflower of Britain and Ireland
    $2.17

    Geranium sanguineum is a beautiful wild flower, native to the British Isles, with very deeply cut leaves and attractive, bright purplish-crimson flowers. The Cranesbill is often planted in gardens as it flowers for a long time, it must be one of our loveliest wild flowers and good for both border and rockery.

  16. Geranium sanguineum

    Geranium sanguineum

    Crowfoot Crane’s Bill, Bloody Cranesbill, Wildflower of Britain and Ireland
    $2.73

    Out of stock

    Geranium sanguineum is a beautiful wild flower, native to the British Isles, with very deeply cut leaves and attractive, bright purplish-crimson flowers. The Cranesbill is often planted in gardens as it flowers for a long time, it must be one of our loveliest wild flowers and good for both border and rockery.

  17. Geum rivale, the Water avens is a native perennial of slow-draining or wet soils.

    Geum rivale

    Water Avens
    $2.17

    Geum rivale, the Water avens is a native perennial of slow-draining or wet soils. Flowering prolifically it is particularly useful in damp soils and makes a good show besides ponds. It produces both nectar and pollen and is an excellent plant for attracting pollinators and amphibians to the garden.

  18. The Corn Marigold surely make this one of the loveliest wild flowers for the garden.

    Glebionis segetum ‘Corn Marigold’

    Formerly Chrysanthemum segetum. Golden Cornflower.
    Wildflower of Britain and Ireland

    Starting at: $1.33

    With brilliant golden-yellow flowers surely make this one of the loveliest wild flowers for the garden. The Corn Marigold is at its most impressive when in a meadow setting and as a border plant with other annual cornfield ... or perhaps, regrettably, we must now say 'ex-cornfield' flowers.

  19. A deep blue carpet of bluebells is an unforgettable sight to anyone visiting a British woodland.

    Hyacinthoides non-scripta

    English Bluebell, Wildflower of Britain and Ireland
    $1.96

    A deep blue carpet of bluebells is an unforgettable sight to anyone visiting many of our native woodlands. The spring spectacle of seeing a wood not only greening, but also 'blueing' is one of the joys of the year. When bluebells are in flower, spring has truly arrived.

  20. Hyssop is an aromatic herb similar to rosemary or lavender which is enjoying a revival with home gardeners.

    Hyssop, Blue Hyssop, Hyssopus officinalis, Organic

    Blue Hyssop
    Wildflower of Britain and Ireland
    $2.45
    Hyssop famously attracts bees, hover-flies and butterflies. It makes excellent honey and is a must for any wildflower garden. Some beekeepers rub the hive with it to encourage the bees to keep to their home. In cooking, use the same way you would Rosemary. Organic Seed.
  21. Hyssop is an aromatic herb similar to rosemary or lavender which is enjoying a revival with home gardeners.
    $2.31

    Hyssopus officinalis 'Alba' is a much less well known variety of hyssop. Also known as 'White Hyssop' the plants sport bright white flowers from July to October. Widely used as a 'taste enhancing' herb or wildlife plant, the plants are a dark, vibrant green with a spiky, upright habit and narrow tongue-like leaves which have a peppery scent when stroked.

  22. It is widely used as a 'taste enhancing' herb in cooking and in teas.
    $2.59

    Hyssop, once recognised as a medicinal herb is enjoying a revival with home gardeners. An aromatic herb similar to rosemary or lavender, it makes an excellent low hedge and more unusual alternative to box. The plants are a dark, vibrant green with a spiky, upright habit and narrow tongue-like leaves. 'Pink' Hyssop sports vibrant, pink flowers.

  23. Hyssop is an aromatic herb similar to rosemary or lavender which is enjoying a revival with home gardeners.

    Hyssop, Hyssopus officinalis, Blue Hyssop

    Blue Hyssop
    Wildflower of Britain and Ireland
    $2.03

    Hyssop is a strong-flavoured aromatic herb which is enjoying a revival with home gardeners. An ideal plant for use in containers or as a low hedge or border within the herb garden. Highly attractive to bees, it makes excellent honey and is a must for any wildflower garden.

  24. Iris pseudacorus is a wetland plant that is especially showy during its blooming period

    Iris pseudacorus 'Yellow Flag Iris'

    Fleur-de-lys, Flag Iris
    Wildflower of Britain and Ireland
    $1.75
    Yellow Flag Iris is a common and widespread native plant in Britain. This good-looking plant is a wetland plant that is especially showy in bloom and has been transplanted into well-watered gardens all over the world.

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