Wild Garlic/ RamsonsAllium ursinum
A low growing bulbous perennial, useful for damp shady spots
Seed from Shropshire
Wild Marjoram SeedOriganum vulgare
Low growing shrubby perennial with pale lilac pink flowers July to September, beloved of bees and butterflies. Aromatic foliage.
Woad is probably not strictly a native wild flower, but has been in the country, naturalised, since Roman times when it was used as a dye plant.
Wood Avens seed
Wood Avens or Herb Bennet. Perennial wildflower. Soft hairy leaves. Yellow buttercup-like flowers. Seeds with burrs. Likes shade.
Wood Sage Seed
Wood Sage. Useful perennial wildflower for light shade. Mounds of soft sage-like, evergreen leaves and spikes of creamy tubular flowers late summer.
Flat flowerheads of white, sometimes pink, in June to October. Fine ferny leaves
Yellow Flag IrisIris pseudacorus
A robust perennial of bogs, streams, ditches and ponds.
Yellow RattleRhinanthus minor
Yellow flowers in May, on plants ranging from 10-60cm tall. A good source of nectar. One of the useful tools for establishing a wildflower area, since it weakens the growth of grasses