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Meadowmat Wildflower Species

The UK is priviliged to play host to thousands of species of wild flowers, grasses, trees and shrubs. Each one contributes towards our global reputation of being a green and pleasant land.

There’s a wildflower for every situation. Mother Nature hates bare soil so no matter what the situation, there is a native plant that will thrive.

At Meadowmat we want to help you celebrate our wonderful wild flowers by bringing them into your own garden or landscaping project.

There are a choice of Meadowmat varieties each representing a different type of habitat and situation.

In every type of Meadowmat you’ll find a different mixture of wildflower species taken from the following list. If you have a favourite wildflower, you can learn more about it by clicking on the link. The letters beside each flower indicate which type of Meadowmat you’ll find them in.

Key To Meadowmat Types

  • B = Meadowmat for Birds and Bees
  • C = Cottage Garden Meadowmat
  • T = Traditional Meadowmat
  • W = Meadowmat for Woodland Shade
  • R = Meadowmat for Roof and Garden

Yellow Wild Flowers

  • Agrimony: B
  • Autumn Hawkbit: B T W
  • Birdsfoot trefoil: B C R T W
  • Catsear: T W
  • Common StJohns Wort: T
  • Common toadflax: B T W
  • Cowslip: T W
  • Fennel: B
  • Lady’s bedstraw: R T W
  • Meadow Buttercup: B T W
  • Pepper Saxifrage: W
  • Primrose: W
  • Rough Hawkbit: W
  • Tansy: B
  • Wild Mignonette: W
  • Wood Sage: W
  • Yellow Horned poppy C
  • Yellow Rattle: R T W

Pink Wild Flowers

  • Cheddar Pink: R
  • Common Mallow: B C
  • Common Sorrel: B T W
  • Maiden Pink: B R
  • Musk Mallow: B T W
  • Ragged Robin: B C R W
  • Red Campion: B C T W
  • Rose Campion C
  • Red Clover: B T
  • Thrift: C R
  • Water avens: R

Red Wild Flowers

  • Common Poppy: B R
  • Salad Burnet: T W

Purple Wild Flowers

  • Betony: T W
  • Columbine: B C
  • Common Knapweed: B C T W
  • Common vetch: T W
  • Dames violet: W
  • Heartsease B
  • Kidney vetch: W
  • Lineria C
  • Meadow Cranesbill: B T W
  • Meadow vetchling: W
  • Purple Loostrife: B
  • Purple Toadflax: C
  • Sainfoin: W
  • Self Heal: R T W
  • Soapwort: R
  • Sweet Violet: C
  • Teasel: B
  • Tufted Vetch: C T W
  • Vervain C
  • Wild Clary: B
  • Wild Basil: B
  • Wild Marjoram: B T W
  • Wild Thyme: B C R

Blue Wild Flowers

  • Chicory: B
  • Clustered Bellflower: B R
  • Cornflower: B C R
  • Field scabious: C T W
  • Harebell: R
  • Nettle leaved bellflower C
  • Sheeps Bit B
  • Small Scabious: B
  • Vipers Bugloss: B C R

White Wild Flowers

  • Autumn Oxeye C
  • Bladder Campion: C R T
  • Common Daisy: B C R
  • Corn Chamomile C
  • Meadow Saxifrage: C R
  • Meadowsweet: T W
  • Oxeye Daisy: T W
  • Sea Campion: R
  • White Campion: B C T W
  • White Clover: B
  • Wild Carrot: B T W
  • Yarrow: B C R T

Other Coloured Wildflowers

  • Fox and Cubs: B R
  • Ribwort Plantain: C T W

Wild Grasses

  • Common Bent: C
  • Crested Dogstail: W
  • Meadow Barley: B
  • Quaking Grass: B
  • Sheeps Bit: R
  • Sheeps Fescue: B W
  • Slender Creeping Red Fescue: B T
  • Small Leaved Timothy: T
  • Tufted Hair Grass: C
  • Yellow Oatgrass: W