Flower Mix Taxonomy: Bee Mix

Viper’s-bugloss

< back to flower guide Viper’s-bugloss Echium vulgare information provided by Conservation Status N/A Best Time to See When it flowers between June and August Natural Habitat Dry grassland, banks and dunes, especially where there is chalky soil DescriptionA flamboyant wild flower of dry banks and dunes. Serpentine in appearance, it was once used as …

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Foxglove

< back to flower guide FOXGLOVE Digitalis purpurea information provided by Conservation Status Green, least concern Best Time to See June, July, August, September Natural Habitat Woodland clearings, heaths and banks Well known and easily recognisable, this wildflower has tall spikes which can bear up to eighty bell-shaped blooms. These are usually pink but white …

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Birdsfoot Trefoil

< back to flower guide BIRDSFOOT TREFOIL Lotus corniculatus information provided by Conservation Status Green, least concern Best Time to See When it blooms, usually between May and September Natural Habitat Meadows, roadsides and other grassland areas Also known as ‘eggs and bacon’ because of the yellow and orange hue of the pea-like flowers. Although …

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Wild Marjoram

< back to flower guide WILD MARJORAM Origanum Vulgare information provided by Conservation Status Green, least concern Best Time to See July, August, September Natural Habitat Found in grassland, hedge banks, road verges and scrub Description The wild marjoram, the pink flowers of which may be found on chalk and limestone grasslands in summer, is …

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