Native to the UK

Those plants, and their selected forms, that grow in nature within the UK.

47 Products

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    Native marram or beach grass found mostly close to the coast where its rapidly spreading nature makes it excellent for stabilising sand dunes. Has wiry grey green foliage and sporadic strongly upright buff flowerheads. Tough plant for a tough position. Sunny open spot. Soil not too wet. Height; 80cm – 1m.

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    A lovely selection from our native Briza media or quaking grass, producing flowerheads of a distinctive light golden yellow hue as they mature. Short lived perennial. Seed will not come true. Sun or light shade. Height 50cm – 70cm.

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    A lovely selection from our native Briza media or quaking grass, producing flowerheads of a distinctive light golden yellow hue as they mature. Short lived perennial. Seed will not come true. Sun or light shade. Height 50cm – 70cm.

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    The popular native quaking grass, forming tight mounds of foliage and many delicate, quaking flowerheads that bob and quake in the slightest wind. Short lived perennial. Sun or light shade. Height 50cm – 70cm.

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    The popular native quaking grass, forming tight mounds of foliage and many delicate, quaking flowerheads that bob and quake in the slightest wind. Short lived perennial. Sun or light shade. Height 50cm – 70cm.

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    Found on stabilised sand dunes, and often in association with other beach grasses, this native sedge has light green leaves and is distinctive for the often noticeably straight lines created by its far reaching running habit. Happiest in poor dry soils in open and sunny positions. Excellent for beach stabilisation, and can also be used as a lawn alternative under suitable conditions. Height 35cm – 45cm.

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    Good selection of UK native, Carex flacca, with attractive blue ish grey foliage that makes gradually spreading tight mounds of narrow pointed foliage. Occasional dainty black flowers. Good in dry and sunny, may tolerate a little light shade. Soils not too winter wet. Height; 20cm – 30cm. 

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    A rather lovely, durable and adaptable native sedge with dark green leaves that forms gracefully drooping mounds of invaluable more or less evergreen foliage. Small soft yellow flowers in spring. Happy in some sun or shady positions. Tolerates most soils except very dry in sun. Height; 35cm – 50cm.

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    Bowles golden sedge. A selected native, especially vibrant in the spring, forming graceful clumps of bright gold and green striped foliage  that is topped with attractive flowers. Avoid hot dry positions. Best in average to damp soils. Can be grown as a pond marginal. Height; 55cm – 75cm.

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    A native sedge, making gradually spreading clumps of attractive narrow glaucous blue pointed foliage. Occasional dainty black flowers. Good in dry and sunny spots. May tolerate a little light shade. Soils not too winter wet. Height; 20cm – 30cm.

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    Greater Tussock Sedge. A native of the UK and Europe this sedge forms large mounds of attractive gently pendulous green foliage, and as they mature gradually form a distinctive central trunk. Will grow in a range of soil types and from occasional damp to waters edge. Happiest in open conditions it may tolerate some light shade. Height; 1.2 – 1.5m.

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    Native sedge which can form dense clumps of tough dark green pendulous foliage. Tall graceful flowering stems with drooping yellow catkin like flowers. Sun, shade, wet or dry. Great for tough conditions but can re-seed vigorously. Height; 1.2m – 1.5m (up to 1.8m in flower in good soils).