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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.


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...
Meadowsweet£4.95

Meadowsweet

Huge frothy heads of creamy white, sweetly scented flowers from early summer right through to September characterise this sumptuous meadow plant. Its...
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...

Ragged Robin£4.95

Ragged Robin

A delicate, slightly rarer perennial. Its name refers to the deeply cut, narrow, spiky petals of these bright purplish-pink flowers which appear from...
Red Campion£4.95

Red Campion

A gorgeous woodland and meadow native, this plant looks fantastic naturalised under trees with Bluebells or Lily-of-the-Valley and equally at home in...
Rough Hawkbit£4.99

Rough Hawkbit

Attractive yellow, dandelion-like flowers grow in loose clusters and are slightly smaller and more delicate than their thuggish cousins. June-...

Small Scabious£4.95

Small Scabious

Large, pale lilac-blue flower heads on slender stems with the characteristic pincushion centres that are loved by bumblebees and a wide variety of...
Tansy£4.95

Tansy

Clump-forming robust perennial with soft dark green, fern-like foliage that is sweetly aromatic when bruised. Clusters of flowers like golden buttons...
Water Avens£4.95

Water Avens

Dusky, purplish-red stems with nodding apricot-pink flowers May- September. A delicate plant with an airy habit. Found wild in woodland and damp...