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Wild Flower Plants

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Geranium pratense 'Plenum Caeruleum'

…double blooms rise above the delicate foliage. If planted in groups, it can make beautiful ground cover ideally in borders or beds. As the delicate foliage spreads loosely, it is perfect for softening any pathways and borders. A wild touch of elegance for any garden…  More Info

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Wild Cherry (Hedging)

…by lush green foliage and red cherries in summer. In autumn the leaves change to shades of red and yellow. The hedging is suitable for the perimeters of large gardens and smallholdings. Height: 12m (39'). Spread: 8m (26'). Planting Distance: 30cm (12).(4 plants per…  More Info

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Anemone 'Wild Swan'

Unique new cross between an early and a late flowering anemone, its delicate petals are white on one side and blue-purple underneath, it'll flower from April to October. If it looks familiar, that's because it was awarded the RHS Chelsea Flower Show Plant of the…  More Info

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Poppy (Wild)

…This iconic species of annual Wild Poppy is instantly recognisable by its gently fluttering petals. Papaver rhoeas is extremely easy to grow and will happily seed throughout meadows, gravel gardens, wildlife areas and sunny borders. Leave the faded plants to set seed,…  More Info

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Pyracantha 'Orange Glow' (Large Plant)

…for wild birds. This versatile hardy shrub makes a fabulous, low maintenance specimen for growing against walls and fences in almost any aspect from full sun to shade. Height and spread: 250cm (98). Plant height and spread is seasonal therefore we list by pot size…  More Info

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Rocket 'Wildfire'

…or when used as a pizza topping. Grow Rocket 'Wildfire' in containers, vegetable plots or on a windowsill indoors for crops all year round. Plants are slow to bolt. Height and spread: 15cm (6). Culinary note: Some parts of these flowers are edible. For more details…  More Info

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Daucus carota 'Dara'

wild carrot is something really different for your borders! The airy blooms appear in lovely shades of pink and burgundy, with the occasional white flower found on traditional carrots. Daucus carota 'Dara' adds height and a soft, hazy feel to cottage garden borders…  More Info

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Woodland Strawberry

…and rotting as most fruits are held above soil level. Ideal for growing in baskets and containers outside the backdoor to tempt you every time you pass by. Height: 20cm (8). Spread: 30cm (12). Culinary note: Some parts of these flowers are edible. For more details about…  More Info

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Daucus carota 'Dara' (National Trust)

…these elegant plants create a beautiful frothy effect in a mixed planting scheme as well as attracting bees and other pollinators. Upright stems sway in the breeze which creates a gentle movement, even the soft ferny foliage is a great feature. Try combining them with…  More Info

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Tulip sylvestris

…to plant bulbs, corms and tubers Culinary information: Some parts of these flowers are edible. However, some people have had strong allergic reactions to tulip flowers. If touching them causes a rash, numbness etc. then tulip flowers should not be eaten.…  More Info

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Wildflower Mixture

…providing an abundance of attractive wild flowers to add colour, grace and interest to the garden. Suitable for the flower border or wild area they are also valuable for the butterflies, bees, seed eating birds and insects they will attract. Some   More Info

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Lysimachia punctata

…growing in moist perennial borders, bog gardens or pond margins and will thrive in difficult clay soils. Naturalising well in a wild or woodland garden, dotted loosestrife is a valuable late-summer perennial, flowering when many other plants are past their best…  More Info

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Lychnis flos-cuculi

An attractive wild flower with bright pink flowers with raggedy petals. Hence it is often known as Ragged Robin, because, just like the bird, it stands out brightly at the start of summer. Plant in damp areas of the garden. Height 25-100cm (10-40in)  More Info

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Fritillaria meleagris

…their snake skin markings. This British wild flower bulb is now protected and rarely seen in its native meadows, but will always attract attention in a woodland garden, rockery, or naturalised in grass. Height: 30cm (15) high. From cultivated stock. Useful links: How…  More Info

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Rose 'Eye of the Tiger' (Shrub Rose)

…unusual shrub rose that has semi-double vibrant yellow flowers with deep burnt-orange centres. Combining the look of a wild rose with modern disease resistance and more vigorous, yet compact, plants you'll be enjoying these gorgeous flowers throughout…  More Info

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Strawberry 'Just Add Cream™'

…sweetness of home-grown strawberries with the special taste of the wild woodland or alpine strawberry. Perfectly formed strawberries can be picked from May until the first frosts of autumn, on plants that have pretty pink flowers. Strawberry 'Just Add Cream?'…  More Info

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Foxglove 'Camelot Cream'

Foxgloves are the perfect cottage garden plant. Foxglove ?Camelot Cream? has the traditional appearance of usual wild Foxgloves, but with blooms all around the stem, giving even more impact.?Camelot? Foxgloves are superior, F1 hybrid quality plants. Digitalis are ideal…  More Info

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Lonicera nitida 'Elegant'

…regular pruning and can even be used as an alternative to traditional Yew plants for creating formal topiary. The creamy white blooms which appear in spring are followed by purple-blue berries that often attract wild birds. This evergreen shrubby Honeysuckle is easy…  More Info

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Hypericum perforatum

…to wild flower, cottage and low maintenance gardens. The golden star shaped blooms are borne on the tips of upright stems during June, July and August. Hypericum perforatum'is better known as St. Johns Wort which is renowned as an anti-depressant in complementary…  More Info

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Clematis 'Ashva'

Wild clematis are native to China, and the first garden types were created in Japan. Clematises arrived in European gardens from Japan in the 18th century, and since then hundreds of different cultivars have been created. Clematis 'Ashva' is a late flowering clematis that   More Info

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Clematis 'Star of India'

…shaded part of the garden, so it's superb purple petals do not fade in strong sunlight. The large, rich purple, flowers are exotic but subtle, with a distinct star shape. Wild Clematis originate in China, and some cultivars were developed in Japan, from where they…  More Info

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Blackberry 'Black Cascade'

…of up to 1.3 kg of fruit (3lbs). The arching stems will eventually hang down and produce more than one crop per year, not only that, they are sweeter than their wild cousins so can be eaten straight from the plant! A perfect addition to desserts and puddings! Height:…  More Info

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Rose 'Eyes Collection' (Floribunda Rose)

…90cm (36). Culinary note: Some parts of these flowers are edible. Rosehips and petals can be used in making syrups and the petals will add flavour to cold drinks or fruit dishes. For more details about edible flowers click here. Companion planting: Try growing…  More Info

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