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     Wild Flower Plug Collection for Woodland Graves

This collection consists of  wild flower plug plants which are native to the UK.  The plug plants are suitable for planting in a shady or partly shaded woodland grave site.  The plugs are young plants, not seedlings, with a good rootstock and should be planted out as soon as you receive them.  Planting instructions will be sent with each order and each variety will have an identifying stick label. The collection will be selected from the best quality plants available at the time of your order.  A typical grave will be 7 feet by 30 inches and the pack of 18 plug plants would be the minimum size pack you will need to make a nice display once established.  You can increase the pack size to 36 or 54 plugs if you would prefer denser planting and a quicker result.  You will receive at least 6 different varieties (ie 3 of each when ordering 18 plugs etc).  Your plugs will typically be selected from the following:

Aquilegia vulgaris
         Lesser Celandine
  Ranunculus ficaria
  Digitalis purpurea
         Hedge Bedstraw
Galium mollugo
         Hedgerow Cranesbill
Geranium pyrenaicum
         Herb Robert
Geranium robertianum

         Perforated St John's Wort
    Hypericum perforatum
Primula vulgaris
         Red Campion
Silene dioica

    Prunella vulgaris
Achillea ptarmica
         Tufted Vetch
                   Vicia cracca
         Common Violet
                 Viola riviniana
         Sweet Purple Violet
                 Viola odorata
         Wild Strawberry
                  Fragaria vesca

         Wood Avens
  Geum urbanum
         Wood Forget-me-Not
                  Myosotis sylvatica

18 Plugs @ 42
36 Plugs @ 80
54 Plugs @ 108

Prices include VAT

Please contact us for larger quantities

Pale St John's Wort



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