"My Belle de Boskoop apple tree arrived safe and well and I am delighted with it. It was very well protected for its journey and is now planted in the ground."
- Liz Heydon
A well known wild flower. Its large white flowers with yellow centres make a fabulous sight on mass during early summer. Easy to grow preferring a sunny spot, ideal mixed with other wild flowers in areas of longer grass.
A British woodland plant of considerable charm with long arching leaves and erect stems that bear long drooping green flower- heads. Prefers heavy or damp soil and shade.
A useful low growing plant tolerant of a wide range of conditions. Yellow flowers over a long period in summer.
An attractive native with red and purple pointed flowers prefers damp meadows
Without doubt one of the most enchanting of our native wild flowers, instantly recognizable with their creamy yellow flowers over a long period from February to May.
Red Campion is common in woodlands and hedgerows.
An attractive and impressive grass for shallow water or boggy ground. Bright green leaves form thick clumps tall stems carry flowerheads June to August
A rapid growing plant for hot dry sunny sites, pleasing sage green foliage and masses of erect sprays tiny grey flowers that last for months.
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