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…sown in beds and borders to create a little corner of English countryside in your own back garden. This mix comprises of: Birdsfoot Trefoil, Red Campion, White Campion, Chicory, Red Clover, White Clover, Knapweed, Ox Eye, Ragged Robin, Wild Clary, Field Scabious, Teasel,… More InfoBuy Now
…insects. The seed heads are also a good source of food for birds. Teasels are an excellent architectural plant for the back of garden borders or in wildlife gardens where they will self-seed freely for a continual display. Dried teasel flowers also make an attractive… More InfoBuy Now
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