Wildflower Plants

Evolved to feed our native wildlife, our very own native wildflowers are an essential ingredient to a successful garden. You don't need to devote a whole meadow to the flowers, although that would be admirable; a pinch of seed or a few plants popped into a large container will grow equally well. Easy to grow and always eager to please, wildflowers are for everyone. The bees, butterflies and birds will thank you for growing some wildflowers in your garden.

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