Category: Wildflower Meadows

June is a great time to spot and identify wildflowers, note where they are and consider collecting their seed at a later date when the plant matures and has developed viable seed.
Sowing the seed you have collected is a…

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 The journey of the British bee will be brought to life this summer at Kew Gardens when the award winning Hive installation…

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Once established our Wildflower Turf requires very little maintenance, however, there is one important task to carry out each autumn.

No two meadows will grow in exactly the same way or even at the same rate, with the mix of flowers…

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Wildflower Turf Ltd is delighted to announce their expansion into Europe with the first distributor of Wildflower Turf now operating in Belgium and servicing the Benelux countries. Frank Adriaenssens, a prestigious landscape architect and garden designer, is a newly…

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The first step towards a national pollinator revival was secured today as the National Pollinator Strategy was published by DEFRA. It is a paper that hopes to protect the vital 1500+ species of pollinating insects which support our food…

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As we remember the start of the First World War, we are again reminded of the poignancy of the red poppy and how significant this was to so many of our soldiers. Some forward thinking councils have planned memorial areas and…

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Butterflies and moths are a classic part of the British wildlife scene. We can probably all remember the joy of watching them as children, trying to identify them on the buddleia, making a home for a caterpillar in a jam…

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Over the last six months we have taken on a couple of Spring bulb planting projects here at Wildflower Turf HQ. We are really excited about the different areas we have created and are pleased with the results so…

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This week, we have been taking a look at the different species of wildflower that go to make up our native landscape turf. We have been producing wildflower turf for over 11 years now and the 34 species came…

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Earlier in the year, we were invited to get involved with a mason bee project as an offshoot of 

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