Nature has a truly remarkable way of reminding us all just how resilient even the smallest of plants really are. Winters can be particularly harsh but, after those cold months are gone, the landscape begins to transform almost instantly. One of the most spectacular sights to behold is that of wildflowers. Usually found in open and undisturbed areas, wildflowers are now grown and cultivated for use in flower arrangements. Here are some of the most beautiful UK wildflowers.
This specific species was initially classified as a weed. It’s gorgeous magenta flowers and tall stems soon forced experts to rethink this assessment and now it is one of the most loved of all UK wildflowers.
These delicate blooms are loved for their light-coloured petals and bright yellow centre. They are often found in wooded areas and, when in bloom, the sheer number of flowers is mesmerising.
This flower is also known to thrive in the woodlands. The flowers have a bold purple colour and they have an unusual shape. The name Columbine is the Latin word for dove. They got this name because their petals look like a cluster of doves.
This flower is usually planted in show gardens. It normally grows in May once the weather has warmed up a bit. The plant’s green and white colours make it a lovely sight in the spring.
Who doesn’t love the simple beauty of the daisy? These flowers represent innocence and they have a wonderful way of brightening up any landscape. Yellow, white and rich green colours fill gardens and they are even loved as garden plants.
As far as UK wildflowers are concerned, this is one of the most interesting. Several small flowers cluster together on a single stem. Their light purple petals stand out against the dark green surrounding grass. Perfectly delicate, these flowers bloom later in spring.
Also known as the bachelor’s button, this wildflower is part of the Asteraceae family. It has a remarkable blue colour and it grows taller than many other UK wildflowers too. This bloom has become so popular that many people choose to plant it in their gardens.
If you love UK wildflowers but you are not able to grow them yourself or you simply do not have a large garden, you can still enjoy them. When you order a wildflower bouquet, you can make the most of the natural beauty that comes to life during this time of year.