Honeysuckle is hugely valuable to wildlife, supporting several species, many of which are rare. Butterflies, such as the white admiral (which is in decl
Oriental poppies come in both brash, vivid colours and delicate pastel shades and the soft pink of 'Karine', enlivened by a rather variable reddish basa
More than 60 years old and still growing strong, its colour - vivid carmine with a darker eye – and its reliability still ensure it holds its own with
Shasta daisies were once little more than monster versions of the roadside ox-eye daisies but Aglaia is typical of a more intriguing style. Its impressi.
Perennial salvias come in a vast variety of styles, but the short and prolific summer flowering types, such as 'Amethyst', are easy and invaluable. The .
Impressive vertical spikes of golden orange flowers from May to July, become brighter and then yellow as they age, and are held on harmoniously coppery .
Bluebells are native to western Europe with the UK being a species stronghold. They're associated with ancient woodland and are often used in combinatio.
Common gorse is widespread across the UK in a variety of habitats, including woodland, under-grazed grassland, heaths and coastal habitats. Look out for.
Dog violet is common and widespread across the UK. Find them in woods, heaths, hedgerows and grasslands. They are in flower from April to June. Common d.
Kingcups (or marsh marigolds) grow wild alongside streams and in shallow water around ponds, forming loose clumps of kidney-shaped leaves, each up to 8-.
Oxeye daisy is a small perennial and our largest native member of the daisy family. A resilient little flower, look for oxeye daisies on roadside verges.
Standing around 7–15 cm tall, snowdrops have white bell-shaped flowers at the end of an erect flowering stem with two to three leaves. Snowdrops are f.