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Wild Flowers

Here at Wild Thyme Plants we pride ourselves knowing our Cowslip from our Devils Bit Scabious. Our enthusiasm for Britain's wild flowers means that we strive to bring you the best range of some of the sadly declining favourites we used to see in our hedgerows.


Dropwort£4.95

Dropwort

This downland version of Meadowsweet has delicate, fern-like foliage which forms a neat, basal rosette. Flowers are more open, cup-shaped, often...
Field Scabious£4.95

Field Scabious

The tallest of our native Scabious, growing up to 1 metre in height, it flowers all Summer long from July to October providing high quality nectar...
Honeysuckle£7.00

Honeysuckle

Still common in our woods and hedgerows and one of our most iconic Wildflowers. Still known in some areas by its old name of Woodbine.The richly...

Lady's Bedstraw£4.95

Lady's Bedstraw

Golden yellow, fragrant, billowing masses of tiny flowers that smell strongly of new mown hay throughout the summer. Legend has it that Mary gave...
Marsh Marigold, Kingcup£5.95

Marsh Marigold, Kingcup

Giant , golden yellow buttercup flowers with numerous yellow stamens, perfect for brightening up a bog garden, damp meadow or moist border and will...
Meadow Clary£4.95

Meadow Clary

Classified as Near Threatened and currently under protection in the UK, this woody-stemmed perennial produces spikes of deep, violet-blue lipped...

Meadow Cranesbill£4.95

Meadow Cranesbill

Soft violet-blue, nodding flowers right through from June to September are so delicate on this pretty cottage garden plant. Heavily dissected dark...
Meadow Vetchling£3.50

Meadow Vetchling

Great for naturalising in grass, in a meadow or flowering lawn. Pretty yellow pea flowers and narrow leaves with curling tendrils.This attractive...
Ox-eye Daisy£4.95

Ox-eye Daisy

Masses of huge white daisies up to 2ins across from May to September are loved by bees and butterflies. This classic wildflower of old meadows and...