Future Forests: WildflowersSuitable for Mail Order. Updated 22nd April 2017  
PignutSweet WoodruffIris PseudoacorusFoxglove
  We offer a variety of wildflower and native plants which can be planted alongside garden ornamentals providing food and habitat for our native insects and bringing natural beauty into your garden.  * = naturalised introduction

If you are planting large numbers e.g. for a wild flower meadow, we may be able to supply some of the wildflowers below in packs of 100 as plugs, please ask

  Our first batch of wildflowers are now ready for sale there will be more to come,
so do check back
3 each, 10 for 28, 50 for 125, 100 for 220
  Common name Botanic Name Description, mature height, flowering time, site   blank = NOT IN STOCK
  Bloody Cranesbill Geranium sanguineum Mats of cerise pink flowers in summer  
Pic Bluebell Hyacinthoides non-scripta Elegant woodland groundcover blue bell shaped flowers April to May.  
Pic Cow parsley Anthriscus sylvestris Delicate ferny foliage, white flowers April-June  
  Cowslip Primula veris Dainty, scented flower of old meadows  in stock
  Devil's Bit Scabious Succisa pratensis Blue/mauve flowers July to Oct. 40-120cm. Damp fields heaths etc. in stock
  Field Scabious Knautia arvensis Mauve scabious like flower of meadows. loved by bees. in stock
Pic Foxglove Digitalis purpurea Poisonous, biennial of open woodland and waste ground. in stock
  Greater Knapweed Centaurea scabiosa Large purple flowers Jul-Aug. Scrub and sea cliffs.  
  Harebell  Campanula rotundifolia Nodding pale blue flowers 7-9.Dry grassland/heaths/dunes.  in stock
  Hemp Agrimony  Eupatorium cannabinum Clusters of tiny pink purple flowers late summer 1.5m in stock
  Honeysuckle Lonicera Pereclymenum Twines through hedges, scented flowers in summer in stock
Pic Kingcup Caltha palustris Marginal/ marsh loving. Rich yellow buttercup flowers in spring. in stock
  Lily of the Valley* Convallaria majalis Poisonous, but sweetly scented flower of dry ancient woodlands. in stock
      Lily of the Valley is available now 'in the green, see Perennials
  Loosetrife Lythrum salicaria Spikes of rose purple flowers, damp meadows 70cm 6-9 in stock
  Meadowsweet Filipendula ulmaria Frothy white flowers 80cm, damp ground in stock
  Mullein  Verbascum thapsus Dense spikes of yellow flowers Jun-Sep. Woolly leaves up to 2m. Rough land/walls. in stock
Pic Ox eye daisy Leucanthemum vulgare White yellow centered daisy. 45cm 6-8.Well drained grassland in stock
  Oxslip Primula elatior Primrose like scented flowers on long stems. Damp woods in stock
Pic Primrose Primula vulgaris Delicate, scented pale yellow flower of open woodland and grassy banks  in stock
Pic Ragged Robin Lychnis flos-cuculi Ragged pink flowers. Damp meadows. in stock
` Red Campion  Silene diocia Rose pink flowers late spring to autumn, grassland, happy in light shade in stock
  Snake's Head Fritillary    * Fritillaria mealeagris Lantern flowers with snakeskin pattern.25cm. Damp meadows in stock
  Snowdrop      * Galanthus nivalis Early nodding white flowers.  
  Snowdrop  Anemone * Anemone sylvestris Delicate nodding white woodland flower Feb to Apr. Ferny foliage. in stock
  St. John's Wort, Square Stalked * Hypericum tetrapterum Distinct winged ridges along the stems, pale yellow flowers Jun to Sep. Grassland in stock
  Stinking Iris * Iris foetidissima Evergreen strappy leaves. Mauve flowers, darker vein. Scarlet berries in stock
  Sweet Violet Viola odorata Low growing fragrant violet flowers in woods and shady places.  
  Sweet woodruff Galium odoratum Carpets of green foliage. Tiny white flowers May-June Woodland.  in stock
Pic Thrift Armeria splendens Mound forming evergreen, pink flowers. Cliffs and beaches.  
  Valerian Valeriana officinalis Strongly scented pinky white flowers May-Aug.125cm.Damp woods/meadows. in stock
Pic Viper's Bugloss Echium vulgare Blue flower spikes 80cm 6-9. Biennial. Self sows in sandy soil  
Pic Yellow flag Iris pseudoacorus Sword like foliage, large yellow flowers, likes damp.  in stock
Pic Wild Strawberry Fragaria Vesca Fruits in open woodland.  
  Wood  Anemone Anemone nemerosa White woodland flower Feb to Apr. in stock
Pic Yarrow Achillea millefolium White flower heads, Jun-Sep ferny foliage. 40cm. Dry banks in stock
         

For our full range of perennials see , see  'All Perennials A to Z'