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Single Snowdrop: Available now

Single Snowdrop: Available now

Galanthus nivalis - Common Single Snowdrop. 10 - 20cm Flowers of distinct greenish white in Feb - March. Damp woods and river banks. Despatched in the Autumn. Order year round.

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

Bulb size: 4/5cm

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English Bluebell: Available now

English Bluebell: Available now

26/08/14: Our English Bluebell bulbs are to feature in an episode of Gardeners' World which will be shown on BBC2 at 9.30pm Friday 5th September 2014:

Hyacinthoides non-scripta P A favourite spring flower. Fragrant blue-violet flowers from April to June. Good in woodland in association with Red Campion and Greater Stitchwort. Requires light shade. Height: 30 - 40cm. Despatched in the Autumn. Order year round. (Also available in the Spring - see the Spring planting section)

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

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Snakeshead Fritillary

Snakeshead Fritillary

Fritillaria meleagris P Solitary nodding chequered blooms varying from dull purple to creamy white. Now very scarce. Damp meadows. 30 cm April-May. Despatched in the Autumn. Order year round. (Also available in the Spring - see the Spring planting section)

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

Bulb size: 5/6cm

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Hay Rattle/ Yellow Rattle seed: 2014 harvest

Hay Rattle/ Yellow Rattle seed: 2014 harvest

Rhinanthus minor. An annual root hemi-parasite that requires grass to grow (sow into established grassland, or with grass seed). Yellow flowers, seeds rattle in inflated seed pods. Sun. 7-30 cm May-July. Needs a frost to germinate, and therefore must be sown in the Autumn/early Winter, (Aug - Dec inclusive)

SEED IS FROM 2014 HARVEST

When sowing into existing grassland ensure that the grass is mown down to about one inch and maintained at this level until about the start of April. Either tread or roll the area after sowing to ensure the seed is in contact with the soil.

Recommended sowing rate: 1g per square metre

Plug plants of Yellow Rattle are available in April 2015, and come supplied with fescues within the plug cells to act as host grasses, these plugs can be forward ordered

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Single Snowdrop in the green: for delivery w/c 5th January 2015

Single Snowdrop in the green: for delivery w/c 5th January 2015

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.

These bulbs will be delivered in w/c 5th January with the following exception: if other bulbs 'in the green' species are ordered that are for February delivery then the order will be held until all items are available

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Wild Garlic/ Ramsons: Available now

Wild Garlic/ Ramsons: Available now

Allium ursinum P Broad umbel of long-stalked white flowers. Shade. 30 cm April-June. Despatched in the Autumn. Order year round. (Also available in the Spring - see the Spring planting section)

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

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Yellow Rattle plugs: for delivery late March/ April 2015

Yellow Rattle plugs: for delivery late March/ April 2015

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

Orders placed now will be delivered in late March or April 2015.


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0.66 (10 to 49 items) 0.54 (50 to 149 items) 0.40 (150 or more items)

NSG Select Grasses Mixture

NSG Select Grasses Mixture

A diverse mix of 10 grass species, 3 of which are produced in the UK (indicated by an N following the species name). Suitable for a wide range of soils, can either be combined with a pure wildflower mix or sown alone leaving the opportunity for plug plants to be introduced at a later date.

Sowing Rate: 5g per square metre, 20Kg per acre, 50kg per hectare

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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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1.00 (9 or fewer items) 0.66 (10 to 49 items) 0.54 (50 to 149 items) 0.40 (150 or more items)

Monkshood: Available now

Monkshood: Available now

Aconitum napellus P Spikes of helmeted, bluish-violet flowers. 120 - 180 cm May - June. Despatched in the Autumn. Order year round. (Also available in the Spring - see the Spring planting section)

ALL PARTS OF THIS PLANT ARE POISONOUS

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

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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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