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Night Flowering Catchfly

Luminous white flowers open in the evening on fine waving stems. Flowers June to Sept.

Oxeye Daisy

Cheerful early summer flowers, oversize daisies, white with yellow centres.


An attractive, hardy annual, great for bumble and honeybees. Dig in before flowering for a green manure


The iconic spring wild flower, a must for every garden.
from £2.75

Purple Leaved Cow Parsley

White Frothy flowers in late May and June over purple foliage.

Purple Loosestrife

Masses of bright purple flowers spikes from July to Sept.

Ragged Robin

Elegant, frothy pink flowers in late spring. Widespread but no longer common.

Red Campion

Masses of rose-pink five petalled flowers produced late spring to autumn and sometimes beyond.

Ribwort Plantain

Leafless stems carry compact heads of tiny brown flowers. The cream anthers are very prominent and wave in the slightest breeze.

Rough Hawkbit

A yellow flowered perennial found in dryish meadows and road verges, including calcareous soils
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