Whilst Meadowmat Wildflower Turf is the fastest way to establish a wildflower meadow; plants, bulbs and seeds can help you customise your wildflower meadow as well add an extra dimension to the planting in your garden. Planned carefully you can enjoy colour and variety all year round whilst your seasonal wildflowers can be bolstered by spring-flowering bulbs or your favourite flowers year after year. With the option of seeds, bulbs or plants you can also decide whether you want instant colour, the anticipation of colour to come or the joy of creating your own seedlings. If your especially confident take the chance to grow your flowers from seed and watch them germinate and grow.
We can’t deny that there is a built-in satisfaction to creating your own plants from seed. We would also be the first to recognise that growing from seed needs more knowledge and starting from scratch can be a little more intimidating. When to plant, how deep, when to plant out….It all demands a little more. Admittedly, it will also take some patience and the belief that something will come up – but just wait. It will happen.
Of course, the best way is to adopt all three. Plants will bring an instant hit of colour and diversity to your garden. Bulbs can then follow up with new plants later in the season and seeds will bring the extra satisfaction and give you work to do in the garden whilst the others mature.
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Silene vulgaris. An unusual plant with white, slightly drooping flowers above a purplish veined bladder. A nectar plant for butterflies. Offers are available on this product. See our offers tab below.
Anthemis arvenis. An attractive annual that produces white, daisy fragrant flowers. Offers are available on this product. See our Offers tab below.
Leucanthemum vulgare. A well known wild flower with lovely, large, white daisy flowers. Also known as the Dog Daisy. Often seen in meadows and on roadsides. Offers are available on this product. See our Offers tab below.
A lovely perennial with dainty pink flowers with ragged petals. Looks terrific in a wetland meadow with meadow buttercup. Offers are available on this product. See our Offers tab below.
Silene dioica. A lovely specimen to brighten hedgerows, meadows and shady spots in the garden. Bright rose-pink flowers. Offers are available on this product. See our Offers tab below.
Silene latifolia. Pure white flowers. Often growing on the edge of cornfields or hedge-rows. Offers are available on this product. See our Offers tab below.
A lovely plant with bright red/purple spikes. Good in a moist border or bog garden. Offers are available on this product. See our offers tab below.
Echium vulgare. Pink buds opening to a glorious display of vivid blue. Offers are available on this product. See our offers tab below.
Agastache foeniculum. An excellent plant for the butterfly and bee border in association with Bergamot and Greater Knapweed. Anise scented leaves and lovely mauve-violet flower spikes.
Leontodon autumnalis. Dandelion-like flowers and seed heads, a good showy meadow subject. Seeds are magnets for Finches.
Stachys officinalis. Attractive leaves and many stems smothered in brilliant reddish-purple flowers, adored by bees.
Superb woodland edge or informal lawn subject with loose spikes of brilliant azure flowers, looks beautiful in the sun.
Known as Eggs and Bacon, lovely clusters of yellow/orange pea-like flowers.
Borago officinalis Annual. A stout, roughly hairy annual with bright blue flowers. Much loved by the bees!
Ranunculus bulbosus. A bulbous rootstock with glossy yellow flowers, good for the sunny wild garden.
Identifiable by the drooping young flowerheads with white umbellifer flowers.
An evergreen perennial with greyish leaves, pink flowers and smelling of cloves.
Cichorium intybus. Delightful clear blue, star-like flowers. Grow up against a fence or wall for best effect.
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