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CELL GROWN WILD FLOWERS, MARGINALS & REEDS
Availability
The following varieties which are listed will give you a selection of Nature Plant Varieties which are available throughout
the season. Some wild flower species have erratic germination, causing these species to be ready at different times.
If there are varieties which you are inquiring about, and not listed, please do not hesitate to contact me.
Contract Growing
Should you require a variety or varieties to be grown ‘Under Contract’, we would be only too pleased to discuss this
with you.
Flower Colour Key
Natural Habitat Key
B – Blue
P – Pink
BG – Bare Ground
N – Naturalised
Br – Brown
PM – Pale Mauve
C – Cliffs
OW – Open Woodland
Cr – Cream
Pu – Purple
CG – Coastal Grassland
Sh – Shingle
G – Green
Du – Dunes
SM – Salt Marsh
M – Maroon
W – White
F – Fields
SP – Shady Places
Ma – Mauve
Y – Yellow
G – Grassland
W – Woodland
O – Orange
H – Hedgebanks
WE – Woodland Edges
He – Heath
WP – Wet Places
Price and Availability on Request
PLEASE INQUIRE FOR FULL COMPREHENSIVE LIST OF MARGINALS & REEDS
Flowering Height
Flower
Natural
Time
in cms English Name
Botanical Name
Habit
Colour
Habitat
Pentaglottis sempervirens
B
Leontondon autumnalis
Y
Geum urbanum
Y/W/P
Betonica officinalis
R
Lotus corniculatus
Y
Lathyrus montanus
Pu/Ma
Medicago lupulina
Y
Silene vulgaris
W
Geranium sanguineum
Pu
Hyacinthoides non-scripta
B
Erigeron acer
B
Buglossoides purpurocaerulea Perennial
B
Picris echoides
Y
Veronica beccabunga
B
Cytisus scoparius
Y
Centaurea numoralis
Pu
Plantago coronopus
G
Ajuga reptans
B
Ranunculus bulbosus
Y
Pimpinella saxifrage
W
Vicia sepium
YP/Pu
Ranunculus acris
Whitish/Y G/WP
Carlina vulgaris
Br
Hypochaeris radiata
Y
Cichorium intybus
B
Salvia verbenaca
B
Trifolium hybridum
Creamy/Y G/W/P
fragiferum
Ann/Biennial R
pratense
Pinkish/Pu G/W/P
repens
W
Campanula glomerata
B
Symphytum officinale
P/W
Agrimonia eupatoria
Y
Arctium pubens
Pu/Ma
Hypochoeris radiata
Y
Malva sylvestris
Ma
Verbascum thapsus
Y
Helianthemum nummularium Perennial
Y
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Veronica officinalis
B
Dipascus fullonum
Ma
Potentilla erecta
Y
Viola riviniana
B
Thymus praecox
Pu
Barbarea vulgaris
Y
Centaurea cyanus
B
Anthriscus sylvestris
W
Primula veris
Y
Ranunculus repens
Y
Potentilla reptans
Y
Lysimachia nummularia
Y
Cruciata laevipes
Y
Cardamine pratensis
P/W/Ma
Cushion calamint (wild basil) Clinopodium vulgare
Ma
Bellis perennis
Y/M
Taraxacum officinale
P
Dianthus armeria
P
Succisa pratensis
B
Viola canina
PB
Geranium columbinum
P
Filipendula vulgaris
W
Geranium phaeum
M
Reseda luteola
Y
Circaea lutetiana
W
Oenothera biennis
Y
Tanacetum parthenium
Y/W
Knautia arvensis
Ma
Scrophularia nodosa
M
Linum usitatissimum
Pale B
Pulicaria dysenterica
Y
Digitalis purpurea
R
Oenothera stricta
O
Alliaria petiolata
W
Veronica chamaedrys
B
Lycopus europaeus
G
Trollus europaeus
Y
Tragopogon pratensis
Y
Solidago virgaurea
Y
Ulex europaeus
Y
Companula latifolia
B
Lotus uliginosus
Y
Arctium lappa
G
Sanquisorba officinalis
R/Pu
Chewlidonhium majus
Y
Centauria scabiosa
Pu
Stellaria holostea
W
Epilobium hirsutum
P
Cynoglossum germanicum
P
Tragopogon pratensis
Y
Cirsium acaule
Pu
Hypericum hirsutum
Y
Viola hirta
B
Campanula rotundifolia
B
Galium mollugo
W
Stachys sylvatica
R
Eupatorium cannabinum
P
Geum urbanum
Y
Geranium robertianum
Ann/Biennial P
Verbascum pulverulentum
Y
Plantago media
Pu/M
Trifolium campestre
Y
Ballota nigra
Pu
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Hippocrepsis comosa
Y
Cynoglossum offinale
Pu
Cymbalaria muralis
Pu/Y
Polomonium caeruleum
B
Anthylis vuleraria
Y
Centauria nigra
P
Galium verum
Y
Alchemilla vulgaris
G/Y
Arctium minus
Pu
Ranunculus ficaria
Y
Trifolium dubium
Y
Scutellaria minor
P/Pu
Ranunculus flammula
Y
Stellaria graminea
W
Medicago sativa
P
Chrysanthemum segetum
Y
Origanum vulgare
P
Galium palustre
W
Lotus pendunculatus
Y
Potentilla palustris
Pu
Myosotis secunda
B
Althaea officinalis
P
Caltha palustris
Y
Cirsium palustre
Pu
Viola palustris
PM
Stachys palustris
Pu
Geranium pratense
Ma
Filipendula ulmaria
Cr
Medicago lupulina
Y
Melilotus alba
Y
Reseda lutea
Y
Mimulus guttatus
Y
Adoxa moschatellina
Gr
Hieracium pilosella
Y
Verbascum thapsus
Y
Malva moschata
P
Vicia angustifolia
P
Campanula trachelium
B
Hieracium brunneocroceum
O
Chrysanthemum leucanthemum
Y/W
Primula elatior
Y
Linum bienne
B
Linaria repens
B
Viola reichenbachiana
B/Ma
Silaum silaus
Gr
Hypericum perforatum
Y
Pignut (available as bulb only September) Conopodium majus
W
Plantago lanceolata
Pale BR
Primula vulgaris
Y
Lythrum salicaria
P
Linaria purpurea
Pu
Geranium pyrenacium
Pu
Lychnis flos-cuculi
R
Allium ursinum (garlic aroma) –
W
Silene dioica
R
Lychnis viscaria
P
Trifolium pratense
R
Centranthus ruber
R
Ononis repens
P
Epilobium angustfolium
P
Leontondon hispidus
Y
Sanguisorba minor
Gr
Serratula tinctoria
Pu
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Scabiosa columbaria
Lilac
Silene maritima
W
Armeria maritima
P
Plantagon maritima
Gr/Y
Prunella vulgaris
B
Potentilla anserina
Y
Scutellaria galericulata
B
Verbascum virgatum
Y
Scabiosa columbaria
B
Geranium pusillum
B
Dipsacus pillosus
W
Achillea ptarmica
W
Saponaria officinalis
P
Rumex acetosa
Y/R
Cirsium vulgare
Pu
Ononsis spinosa
P
Square-stalked St Johns wort Hypericum tetraperum
Y
Foetidissima
Pu
Geranium versicolor
P
Myrrhis odorata
W
Viola odorata
B
Viola odorata dumetorum
W
Tanacetum vulgare
Y
Linaria vulgaris
Y
Clematis vitalba
Greenish W W/WP
Trifolium dubium
Y/Pale Br G
Vicea cracca
Pu
Torilis japonica
W
Valeriana officinalis
P
Vicia sativa
Pu
Coronilla varia
P
Echium vulgare
B
Geum rivale
P
Myosotis scorpiodes
B
Mentha aquatica
Ma
Reseda luteola
Y/G
Meconopsis cambrica
Y
Silene alba
W
Lamium album
W
Centranthus alba
W
Angelica sylvestris
W/P
Daucus carota
W
Roseda lutea
Y
Viola tricolour
Ann/Perennial Pu/Y
Pastinaca sativa
Y
Lathyrus sylvestris
P
Fragaria vesca
Y/W
Cheiranthus cheiri
O/Y
Teucrium scorodonia
W
Oxalis acetosella
W
Veronica montana
B
Euphorbia amygdaloides
Gr
Stachys sylvatica
Pu
Achillea milleolium
W
Lamiastrum galeobdolon
Y
Pseudacorus
Y
Lysimachia vulgaris
Y
Lathyrus pratensis
Y
Melilotus officinalis
Y
Lysimachia nemorum
Y
rattle (partly parasitic) Rhianthus minor
Y
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There are two aspects encouraging a successful Butterfly Meadow and they are: (1) Plants to provide nectar for adult butterflies and(2) Plants to provide food for the larvae.
Butterfly Meadows have flowers which are planted for feeding on, and grasses for breeding.
Butterfly Key:
Butterfly (larvae) Food Plants
English Name
Botanical Name
Butterfly
English Name
Botanical Name
Butterfly
Lofus cornicuclatus
Primula vulgaris
Cytisus scoparius
Restharrow, Common Ononis repens
Buckthorn, Common Rhamnus cathartica
Plantago lanceolata
Dactylis glomerata
Helianthermum chamaecstus 7-24-33
Cynosauris cristatus
Rough Meadow Grass Poa trivialis
Cardamine pratensis
Salix caprea
Succisa pratensis
Rumex acetosa
Allaria petiolata
Crisium vulgare
Ullex europoaerus
Erodium cicutarium
Illex aquifolium
Fragaria vesca
Lonicera pericyclamen 13-42
Viola riviniana
Humulus lupulus
– canina
Hippocrepis comosa
– hirta
Hedera helix
– odorata
Anthyllis vulneraria
Trifolium repens
Urtica dioica
The following varieties are recommended as they have been chosen to coincide with the emergence of Adult Butterflieswhich have been breeding on the associated grasses.
Wild Flowers
Grasses
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MIX WILD FLOWERS & GRASSES FOR HEDGEROW & ROADSIDE AREAS Wild Flowers
Low
Maintenance
Grasses
MIX WILD FLOWERS & GRASSES FOR WET MEADOWS & CLAY AREAS Wild
Flowers
Low
Maintenance
Grasses
WILD FLOWERS & GRASSES FOR ACID SOILS Wild
Flowers
Grasses
MIX WILD FLOWERS & GRASSES FOR MEADOW & GRASSLAND (LOAM) Wild
Flowers
Grasses
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WILD FLOWERS & GRASSES FOR NEUTRAL SOILS Wild
Flowers
Grasses
WILD FLOWERS & GRASSES FOR WETLAND & POND AREAS Wild
Flowers
Grasses
MIX WILD FLOWERS & GRASSES FOR CHALK & LIMESTONE AREAS Wild
Flowers
Low
Maintenance
Grasses
WILD FLOWERS & GRASSES FOR HEAAVY CLAY SOILS Wild
Flowers
Grasses
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WILD FLOWERS & GRASSES FOR OPEN WOODLANDS & HEDGEROWS Wild
Flowers
Grasses
WILD FLOWERS & GRASSES FOR FREE DRAINING SANDY SOILS Wild
Flowers
Grasses
WILD FLOWERS & GRASSES FOR HEATHLAND & BANKS Wild
Flowers
Grasses
Please inquire for availability of the above categories, ie: Marginals & Aquatics.
1 We undertake Contract Growing of Phragmites australis (Common Norfolk Reed) in small and
2 PURPOSE: planting of Reed Beds for filtration purposes.

Source: http://www.rogerallportnurseries.co.uk/9%20Wild%20Flowers.pdf

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