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Onopordum acanthium

The emblem of Scotland! Leaves looking as though they're covered in cotton wool. Purple thistle flowers in summer and early autumn. As with all thistles, great for insects.

Origanum vulgare

Low growing shrubby perennial with pale lilac pink flowers July to September, beloved of bees and butterflies.

Papaver rhoeas

Red tissue paper flowers with black centres held on delicate hairy stems in June.

Phacelia tanacetifolia

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

Phragmites australis

The reed used to filter polluted water

Plantago lanceolata

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

Primula veris

A favourite harbinger of spring. Yellow scented flowers on stems of 20cm.

Primula vulgaris

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

Prunella vulgaris

Purple flowers on low growing perennials. Good for Bees.

Ranunculus acris

The familiar bright yellow flowered perennial of meadows and pastures.
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