Wildflower Plug Plant Mix for Birds

SKU: MAS-PM10-50-plugs

Wildflower Plug Plant Mix for Birds

SKU: MAS-PM10-50-plugs
✔Mix of wildflower plants that benefit birds
✔Minimum of 10 species
✔40cc plugs
✔Great for pollinators
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Wildflower Plug Plants for Birds

Create a haven for birds with this specially designed mix of native wildflower plants including common sorrel, field scabious, lesser knapweed and teasel, which produce seeds that are attractive to birds.

You will receive 10 species from a longer list of suitable UK wildflower plants, subject to availability. 

These species appear on the RHS Plants for Pollinators list and are a great source of food for bees, butterflies and other pollinators.

Our strong, healthy plants are grown in 40cc cell trays and are ready to be planted in their final position.

Sourced from native seed and grown for us in the UK, our plug plants are an ideal way to boost species in a wildflower meadow or to easily establish plants in your garden or in areas where seed germination can be erratic.

We recommend planting 5 plugs per metre square in groups of at least 3 per species for a naturalistic look.

Colour Range
Height 10cm-1 metre
Season Spring or Autumn
Setting Sun Mixed soils
Achillea millefolium – Yarrow; Centaurea nigra – Common Knapweed; Centaurea scabiosa – Greater Knapweed; Daucus carota – Wild carrot; Dipsacus fullonum – Teasel; Hypochaeris radicata – Common Catsear; Knautia arvensis – Field Scabious; Leontodon hispidus – Rough Hawkbit Plantago lanceolata – Ribwort Plantain; Prunella vulgaris – Self Heal; Rumex acetosa – Common Sorrel; Sanguisorba minor – Salad Burnet; Scabiosa columbaria – Small Scabious; Succisa pratensis – Devilsbit Scabious; Teucrium scorodonia – Wood Sage; Tragopogon pratensis – Goatsbeard
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