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Wildflower Plug Plants

I was delighted to hear from an old friend and colleague of mine recently, who (with his wife) has established a nursery specialising in wildflower plants up in Stamford. They have British Wildflowers for cottage garden, meadow, woodland or shade, wetland and ponds.
They trade under the name PlantWild, and their plants are of UK native provenance - with many being fantastic for attracting bees, butterflies and insects - take a look at their website 

Common Farm Flowers

These eco grown flowers are sent by post from a country smallholding near Wincanton in Somerset. They do buy in extra stock to supplement what they grow, but the flowers are always British grown. No two bouquets are ever the same. We love that they grow cut flowers and wild flowers sustainably, always with an eye to improving the environment for biodiversity on their little plot ‘o’ land. website

Hogweed Gardens

Hogweed Gardens is Steve and Judith De St Croix who live in North Kent with their four children and various pets. Steve works on a long established, high-end garden maintenance round, mainly in London. Together Steve and Judith offer a Garden Design Service and re-make several gardens a year. Their latest venture is selling ornamental meadow flower seeds and plants at fairs and markets.  website

Maddocks Farm Organics

10% Discount using Code MIMG10 when you place your first order. The best place to buy edible flowers online. Maddocks Farm Organics produces superb fresh organic edible flowers and award winning organic salads using fantastic seasonal leaves, herbs and wild foragings. We send out by overnight courier to be with you next day. website

The Edible Flower Shop

Edible flowers are perfect for anyone with an interest in gardening or food, and are the most versatile plants to have in the garden, providing a visual and culinary feast. For those of you who need convincing, just see how edible flowers can benefit your garden… website





We bought a couple of boxes of wild flowers from you at the garden fair last year, here are a couple of photos of them in flower around our new wildlife pond. They flowered from about 6 weeks after sowing right up to December.


Louise Tovey