Flower Mix Taxonomy: Plantlife Mix

Selfheal

< back to flower guide Selfheal Prunella vulgaris information provided by Conservation Status Green, least concern Best Time to See Flowers from June to September Natural Habitat Grassland, wood clearings, rough ground, lawns. A quirky violet-blue wildflower with a squarish, compact head on short erect stems. Its leaves are hairy, stalked, scarcely toothed, often purple …

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Oxeye Daisy

< back to flower guide Oxeye daisy Leucanthemum vulgare information provided by Conservation Status Green, least concern Best Time to See June to August Natural Habitat Grassy places. It grows in a variety of habitats including meadows and fields, under open-canopy forests and scrub and in disturbed areas. DescriptionIn bloom around the solstice, this large …

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Red Clover

< back to flower guide RED CLOVER Trifolium pratense information provided by Conservation Status Green, least concern Best Time to See Flowers May to September Natural Habitat Waste ground, grassy places, roadsides While not as common as it’s white relation, red clover is still often found in lawns and parks throughout the UK. It’s reddish-pink …

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Yarrow

< back to flower guide Yarrow Achillea millefolium information provided by Conservation Status Green, least concern Best Time to See June, July, August, September Natural Habitat Can be found in many grassland habitats including, waste land and some coastal dunes and stable shingle. Yarrow’s pretty little flowers, usually white but can be pink, cluster together …

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