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Yellow Rattle plugs: Available now

Yellow Rattle plugs: Available now

Rhinanthus minor. Also known as Hay Rattle. An annual root hemi-parasite that requires grass to grow, the plants here come supplied with fescues within the plug cells as host grasses. Yellow flowers, seeds rattle in inflated seed pods. Sun. 7-30 cm Flowers May - July.

Slows the growth of grass down substantially allowing both greater quantity and variety of wildflowers when used within a meadow. Plants are supplied from the start of April onwards, however seed is available all year round

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Single Snowdrop in the green: Available now

Single Snowdrop in the green: Available now

Galanthus nivalis - Common Single Snowdrop. 10 - 20cm Flowers of distinct greenish white in Feb - March. Damp woods and river banks. Despatched freshly lifted, when the bulbs are in active growth in the Spring. Order year round.

These bulbs were grown in the UK from cultivated stock.
All bulbs come with planting instructions.

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Corn Poppy seed

Corn Poppy seed

Papaver rhoeas A. The poppy that used to be seen in fields everywhere. An annual with deep scarlet flowers, probably our most popular wildflower and so easy to grow. Flowers: June on. Requires: Sun. Height: 30-60cm.

Needs to be sown on to bare soil, will not establish if sown into a grassed area.

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Cowslip plugs

Cowslip plugs

Primula veris P Gay and beloved, becoming scarce, fragrant deep yellow flower. Damp meadows. 7-20 cm April-May.

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NCA2 Special Cornfield Annuals Mix

NCA2 Special Cornfield Annuals Mix

A mix of 11 native annual wildflower species. NCA2 is best sown either on its own or included as part of a perennial wildflower meadow mix, to give some colour in the first year while the perennial species become established. When sowing alone the soil will need to be disturbed each Autumn to produce a flowering the following season. Once a common sight in the cornfields of the UK, these vibrant flowers were driven from the fields through advances in herbicides. Some of the easiest wildflowers to grow, providing a vivid riot of colour in the early summer. Unlike most wildflowers, the species in this mix will tolerate soils of high fertility.

Mix is 100% Wildflower seeds.

Sowing rate if sown alone: 2g per square metre, 8Kg per acre, 20kg per hectare

Sowing rate if sown with a perennial wildflower mix: 1g per square metre, 4Kg per acre, 10Kg per hectare

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Wild Garlic/ Ramsons in the green: Available now

Wild Garlic/ Ramsons in the green: Available now

Allium ursinum P Broad umbel of long-stalked white flowers. Shade. 30 cm April-June. Despatched freshly lifted, when the bulbs are in active growth in the spring. Order year round.

These bulbs were grown in the UK from cultivated stock.
All bulbs come with planting instructions.

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NCA1 Standard Cornfield Annuals Mix

NCA1 Standard Cornfield Annuals Mix

A mix of 5 native annual wildflower species. NCA1 is best sown either on its own or included as part of a perennial wildflower meadow mix, to give some colour in the first year while the perennial species become established. When sowing alone the soil will need to be disturbed each Autumn to produce a flowering the following season. Once a common sight in the cornfields of the UK, these vibrant flowers were driven from the fields through advances in herbicides. Some of the easiest wildflowers to grow, providing a vivid riot of colour in the early summer. Unlike most wildflowers, the species in this mix will tolerate soils of high fertility.

Mix is 100% Wildflower seeds.

Sowing rate if sown alone: 2g per square metre, 8Kg per acre, 20kg per hectare

Sowing rate if sown with a perennial wildflower mix: 1g per square metre, 4Kg per acre, 10Kg per hectare

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Oxeye Daisy plugs

Oxeye Daisy plugs

Leucanthemum vulgare P. A well known wild flower with lovely, large, white daisy flowers. Also known as the Dog Daisy. Often seen in meadows and on roadsides. Flowers: May on. Requires: Sun well-drained soil. Height: 30 - 60 cm.

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Corn Poppy plugs: Available now

Corn Poppy plugs: Available now

Papaver rhoeas A. The poppy that used to be seen in fields everywhere. An annual with deep scarlet flowers, probably our most popular wildflower. Flowers: June on. Requires: Sun. Height: 30-60cm. Order year round.

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Red Campion plugs

Red Campion plugs

Silene dioica P. A lovely specimen to brighten hedgerows, meadows and shady spots in the garden. Bright rose-pink flowers. Flowers: From April Requires: Part shade Height: 30-60cm.

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Pond & Marsh Plants

Wildflower Plants Pond & Marsh Plants Wildflower Bulbs

Pond Plants A - G
Pond Plants A - G
Amphibious Bistort to Reed Canary Grass
Pond Plants H - P
Pond Plants H - P
Hemp Agrimony to Curly Pondweed
Pond Plants R - S
Pond Plants R - S
Ragged Robin to Common Water Starwort
Pond Plants T - Z, Pond Snails & Baskets
Pond Plants T - Z, Pond Snails & Baskets
Tufted Hairgrass to Marsh Woundwort

Naturescape offer bare root pond plants for sale over the internet - potted plants are available at the visitor centre. Pond plants are best introduced during their most active growth period which commences in late May / early June, although we endeavour to offer the plants year round.

Generally speaking, the vast majority of plants are at their best from July to Spetember - with the exception of marsh marigold and water hawthorn which flower in early Spring. On receipt of your bare root pond plants, they should be planted into the soil of a natural pond. In a lined or plastic pond, put plants into baskets (which can be supplied with your order) ideally filling with a clay loam. For most marginal plants (pond edge), we recommend planting into baskets of 1litre, or 2litres for specimen plants. Dwarf lilies are also planted in 2 litre pots, large lilies should be planted in 5 - 10 litre pots.

Naturescape specialises in creating native wildlife ponds etc. - please contact us for further information Before you proceed to pond plant catalogue page, we recommend you print out the above diagram - each hydrosere has a letter associated with it - know as a zone. In the catalogue description of the plants we sell, there is a corresponding letter to the zone or zones that are most appropriate for that plant



Wildflower Plants Pond & Marsh Plants Wildflower Bulbs

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