Category Archives: Wildflower Plants

Ragged Robin – Lychnis Flos-cuculi Plants

A Delightful Perennial Of Damp Woodland And Watersides. It Can Still Be Found Growing Wild Across Northern Ireland, But Has Declined In Many Areas In Recent Years. Bears Unusual Pink Flowers With Raggedy Looking Petals That Are Loved By Butterflies.these Flowers Are Delivered To You As Young Plants That Are Around 12cm (5in) From Root

Meadow Clary ‘salvia Pratensis’

A Charming Plant, Great For Growing In Wildflower Collections. They’re Particularly Attractive To Pollinating Insects Like Bees And Butterflies.these Flowers Are Delivered To You As Young Plants That Are Around 12cm (5in) From Root To Tip.plants At This Stage Are At The Perfect Stage Of Development To Grow And Flower Really Fast Once Planted.if You

Teasel Dipsacus Fullonum

If You Love Attracting Bees, Butterflies And Finches Into The Garden, Grow This Stately Plant. After Flowering, Let The Finches Take The Seed From The Heads, Then Take The Heads Indoors For Dried Arrangements.these Flowers Are Delivered To You As Young Plants That Are Around 12cm (5in) From Root To Tip.plants At This Stage Are