Monthly Archives: May 2013

May
24

Wood Anemone seed for sale

Last week I was collecting my Wood Anemone seed, they grow amongst the Bluebells in many woods. They drop their seed very soon after flowering and then their leaves disappear and you would not find any evidence of their existence at all…until next spring! So I cannot afford to miss the window of opportunity for collecting…and what a lovely environment to … Continue reading

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May
24

Wild flower plants for sale

I have put together collections of the most beautiful native wild flowers suitable for different situations ready to pop straight into the ground. My mature wild flower plant collections are robust plants much bigger than plugs, in 9cm diameter pots labelled with the name of each wild flower and ready for planting.  I have created collections suitable for flower beds, lawns and meadows, … Continue reading

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May
18

What is flowering now…can be rather special!

With this cold spring most seed germination is slow and delayed and established wild plants are flowering later than normal but nevertheless there is plenty to see in the woodlands and hedgerows and also some special things flowering in open fields and downland.  I took a few photos yesterday of some of my favourite and rather secretive plants flowering at this time of year:                  You can … Continue reading

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May
09

Wild flower turf for sale containing wild orchids

I supply wild flower turf with wild orchids to mirror my seed mixtures. When it comes to convenience it is hard to beat turf. My turf has a wild flower diversity and abundance of up to 75% wild flowers compared to grasses and they all come with wild orchid seed, have a look at them here. I have a minimum … Continue reading

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May
08

Wild flower seed mix for woodland and shade containing wild orchids and helleborines

I have just added 4 new uncommon and special wild flower species to my woodland and shade seed mix. I collected a good quantity of orchid seed last summer and I have enough to add to my main woodland and shade seed mixture, which will be available while stocks last! Early Purple Orchid is a new addition to add to the Common Spotted Orchid I … Continue reading

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