For maximum colour and minimum effort, perennial wildflowers are the perfect way to decorate your garden. Provided they suit your soil and conditions, they should return annually without too much effort, giving your garden year-round colour. Find your favourite within our range or take the plunge and introduce your garden to new species, colours and blooms.
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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.
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.
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.
Large aromatic leaves and decorative lilac flower bracts, used in aromatherapy.
Campanula glomerata. Clusters of handsome violet flowers that are small and compact. Suitable for rock gardens.
Aquilegia vulgaris. A woodland or open border plant also known as Grannys Bonnets. Grey-green leaves with lovely blue, pink or white flowers.
Perennial wildflowers may have a shorter season, but they need less work and can provide better value. Put those benefits together with the aeration and long-term nutrient supply that their roots can bring to your garden and perennials look like star performers. But, as ever, it’s all down to conditions. Understand your soil, the conditions in your garden and the conditions that your favoured perennials prefer and all should be well.
The possibilities with our perennial wildflower species are almost endless. You could stand out with the dainty pink flowers of Ragged Robin or dazzle with the yellow clusters of Birdsfoot Trefoil. You could mix and match different perennial wildflower species to really bring out the best in your garden space.
Discover TurfOnline’s comprehensive guides on perennial wildflower planting and care in our Help Centre, where you can gain the knowledge to create a captivating wildflower meadow that lasts season after season. TurfOnline has over 50 years of experience in providing products and knowledge to gardeners, and our Help Centre is filled with expert advice and insights specifically for wildflower enthusiasts. Find your way to a perennially blossoming garden and browse our selection of premium wildflower seed mixes, exclusively from TurfOnline.
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