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Plug plants for green roofs

Wildflowers for green roofs

Tray of 104 native British plug plants for green roofs. Including 13 species selected from: Agrimony, Autumn Hawkbit, Basil, Birds Foot Trefoil, Biting Stonecrop, Bladder Campion, Blue Fleabane, Bucks-horn Plantain, Chamomile, Coltsfoot, Common Catsear, Creeping Cinquefoil, Crested Dogs Tail, Crow Garlic, Daisy, Dandelion, Deptford Pink, Evening Primrose, Field Poppy, Fox & Cubs, Greater Knapweed, Gromwell, Ground Ivy, Hawkweed, Heartsease, Hedgerow Cranesbill, Hoary Cinquefoil, Jersey Thrift, Lady’s Bedstraw, Lesser Knapweed, Maiden Pink, Marjoram, Meadow Clary, Oxeye Daisy, Perforate St Johns Wort, Purple Toadflax, Quaking Grass, Red Fescue, Red Valerian, Reflexed Stonecrop, Ribwort Plantain, Rock Cinquefoil, Rock Rose, Rough Hawkbit, Salad Burnet, Sand Leek, Sand Sedge, Sea Campion, Selfheal, Sheeps Fescue, Small Scabious, Small Teasel, Soapwort, Sorrel, Spiny Rest Harrow, Sweet Vernal Grass, Thrift, Thyme, Tower Mustard, Vervain, Vipers Bugloss, Wavy Hair Grass, White Campion, White Clover, Wild Chives, Wild Clary, Wild Strawberry, Wild Wallflower, Wood Sage, Yarrow, Yellow Toadflax.
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Tray of 104 selected wildflower plug plants.

Wildflower plug plant selection for green roofs

** Please note: We may substitute other suitable plug plants depending on availability and season **

These egg cup sized plants come in 6cm deep mixed trays of 104, meaning they are a perfect size for inserting directly into green roof planting medium. Our supplier recommends a higher concentration than for normal planting, so reckon on planting 10 per square metre. This equates to 1 tray for a small shed, 2 for a large shed or single garage, for example. 

A selection of attractive British wildflower plug plants suitable for green roofs. We've used these here at Habitat Aid HQ. They are well behaved, drought tolerant species which will give a long flowering period and attract insects. Several of these wildflowers are important butterfly and moth foodplants too.

All these plants are grown from guaranteed UK seed, most of which is collected by the suppliers themselves. They're grown without the use of peat, fungicides or pesticides.

If you buy multiple trays we will endeavour to include as many species as possible from the list. Please ask for a quote for large numbers.

We also supply an appropriate wildflower seed mixture. Where space is limited, particularly in urban environments, well planted green roofs can provide an excellent habitat, in addition to all their other advantages. These native British plants aren't just attractive and good sources of nectar, but they're also essential foodplants for butterfly and moth larvae.

We recommend a consultant who can design, supply and fit a wide variety of green roofs to suit your requirements. Contact us for further details.

Please note that this photo  - of Habitat Aid's own green roof - is for illustrative purposes only.

Grower: British Wildflower Plants