Wildflowers and Meadow Plants
Love the natural look? Us too! Planting wildflowers is also one of the most important things you can do for pollinators like bees and butterflies. These plants provide pollen and nectar for insects all through the year. As a bonus, they grow best in poor soil, need no maintenance and add a riot of colour to your garden year after year. If you don't have space for a full-on meadow, you can do your bit by planting wildflowers in a border, bed or pots. Our top tip? Plant a wildflower patch near your vegetables, to attract pest-eating predators like birds, beetles and ladybirds.