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PLANTS AVAILABLE FOR  SALE

Shrubs and Trees in pots

prices start at

Hawthorn    35

Dog Rose    $0

Hazel    40

Dog Wood   25

Alder 15

Field Maple  50

Wild Cherry  

Crab Apple  40

Oak 75

Birch 45

Holly 40

Buckthorn 25

Rowan  40

Guelder Rose 30

Buddlea 15

 

Flowers 2 litre pots from  8.00

Available from June

Purple Loosetrife

Oxeye Daisy

Birdsdfoot Trefoil

Tufted Vetch

Red Campion

Primrose

Cowslip

Yarrow

Mixed pot

Sorrel

Meadow Sweet

Ragged Robin

Wild marjoram

 

Wildflower seeds also for sale

Price from 6.00/packet

 

Calling All Nature Detectives

How many wild flowers and grasses can you find in your garden?

If you can beat the list below let us know

At Naturezones we have discovered the following:-

Wild flowers - Common Names

Birdsfoot Trefoil

Bluebell

Bracken

Bugle

Burdock

Catchfly

Chamomile

Common Vetch

Corn Daisy

Corn Flower

Corn Marigold

Corncockle

Cowslip

Creeping Thistle

Creepinging Buttercup

Crosswort

Dandelion

Dock

Evening Primrose

Fleabane

Foxglove

Great Horsetail

Greater Knapweed

Greater Stitchwort

Ground Ivy

Garlic Mustard

Hawksbeard

Herb Robert

Hog Weed

Horseshoe Vetch

Ivy Leaved Toad Flax

Knapweed

Ladies Bedstraw

Lesser Stitchwort

Lesser Knapweed

Lords and Ladies

Lungwort

Marsh Orchid

Marsh Thistle

Meadow Vetchling

Oxeye Daisy

Pansy

Poppy

Primrose

Purple Loosetrife

Pyramid Orchid

Ragwort

Red Clover

Red Campion

Red Shank

Ribwort Plantain

Scarlet Pimpernel

Scots Thistle

Snowdrop

Strawberry Clover

Tare - vetch

Teasle

Tufted Vetch (creeping)

Violet

Vipers Bugloss

White Campion

White Clover

Wild Carrot

Wild forget me not

Wild Violet

Wood Spurge

Woundwort

Yarrow

Yellow Flag

 

 

 Grasses - Common Names

Black Bent - grass

Cocksfoot - grass

False Oat Grass

Fescue - grass

Sweet Vernal - grass

Timothy - grass

Crested Dogstail grass

Horsetail - grass

Yorkshire Fog - grass

Soft Brome

Cats Tail

 

 

Also : -

Wild Honeysuckle

Wild Current

Wild Gooseberry

Spindle

Briar Rose

Spurge

Hawthorn

Blackthorn

British native species of trees  Nomonclature

Ash - Fraxinus excelsior - @NZ

Oak - Quercus robur.petrea @NZ

Elm - Ulmus glabra/ procera

Beech - Fagus sylvatica

Hornbeam - Carpinus betulus

Chestnut - castanea sativa @NZ

Lime - Tilia cordata / platyphyloss

Maple - Acer campestre @NZ

Birch -  Betula pubescens / verucosa @NZ

Elder - Sambucus nigra @NZ

Whitebeam - Sorbus aria

Wild Service - Sorbus torminalis

Rowan - Sorbus aucuparia

Hazel - Corylus avellana @NZ

Hawthorn - Crataegus monogyna @NZ

Blackthorn - Prunus spinosa @NZ

Crab Apple - Malus sylvestris @NZ

Cherry - Prunus avium

Alder - Alnus glutinosa @NZ

Black Poplar - Polulus nigra

Aspen - Populus tremula

Willow - Salix @NZ

Sallow - Salix caprea/cinera

Holly - Ilex aquifolium @NZ

Scots Pine - Pinus sylvestris

Juniper - Juniperis communis

Yew - Taxus baccata @NZ

 

                                                            

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THE WELL-BEING OF THE PLANET IS CRUCIAL TO THE WELL BEING OF THE HUMAN RACE

Quote by Alanis Obomsawin - When the last tree Is cut down, the last fish eaten, and the last stream poisoned, you will realize that you can not eat money