Annual wildflowers can bring a burst of vivacious colour to your garden, supporting pollinators and increasing fauna diversity. Creating a wildflower garden allows you to continually modify your garden year after year as different species flourish and decline. Many are available here , on TurfOnline as annual wildflower plugs, plants or seeds. Give your garden an awe-inspiring display that will last all season long.
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Anthemis arvenis. An attractive annual that produces white, daisy fragrant flowers. Offers are available on this product. See our Offers tab below.
Yellow Rattle, also known as Hay Rattle, is an excellent wild flower that attaches itself to grass roots to help supress their growth, enabling wild flowers to flourish.
Borago officinalis Annual. A stout, roughly hairy annual with bright blue flowers. Much loved by the bees!
Casanova Violet is a compact annual flower that grows to 40cm, with bright green, finely-divided, feathery foliage on branching, upright stems. Violet saucer-shaped flowers up to 8cm across, with a yellow centre.
Bright green, finely-divided, feathery foliage on branching, upright stems. Pure white, saucer-shaped flowers up to 8cm across, with a yellow centre.
Vicia sativa. Only pink succulent to be found in woods, numerous small purplish – pink flowers.
Glebionis segetum (Annual). Bright yellow daisy like flowers.
Papaver rhoeas. The poppy that used to be seen in fields everywhere. An annual with deep scarlet flowers, probably our most popular wildflower.
Agrostemma githago is a softly hairy annual, With beautifully intricate reddish – purple flowers.
Centaurea cyanus. Well known in gardens in various colour forms. Has bright blue flowers.
Dianthus armeria. Bright pink flowers over dark green leaves.
Myosotis arvensis. A delightful annual with blue or pink flowers, will self – seed readily.
Viola tricolor. The wild pansy – a much loved annual. Flowers are purple, yellow or both, looks good at the front of the border or on the rockery.
Geranium robertianum A. Fern-like leaves and pink flowers, the whole plant is strong smelling. Looks good growing on walls.
Lamium purpureum. Flowers pinkish-purple, important early bee and butterfly nectar plant.
Anagallis arvensis. The scarlet flowers are star-like and close when the sun goes in.
Torilis japonica (Annual) Grey-green plant with pink dainty umbellifer flowers.
Annual wildflowers provide shelter for wildlife and their seeds provide food, effectively connecting you to the natural world. Many are self-seeding plants that are close to being self-sufficient, but they still need a helping hand to renew themselves for the following year. Browse TurfOnline’s annual and perennial wildflower species to find those that suit your conditions and then check out our Help Centre for planting and maintenance ideas for both seeds and plants.
Imagine the spectacle you could achieve with some of the species we have in stock. You could stand out with the striking yet soft pink flowers of Corncockle, astonish with the blue star-like Cornflower or lift your garden with Wild Pansy’s butterfly-like petals of purple, yellow and white. By adopting a mixture of annuals and perennials, you can extend the blooming season in your garden too.
At TurfOnline, we aim to wow our customers with our annual wildflower collection. Our customers appreciate our commitment to keeping them informed and confident in their purchases. Browse this and more on TurfOnline’s store and check out our huge range of blogs for help and advice.
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