Newest Review: ... catalogue and price list which downloads in seconds. Both documents are in Rich Text Format - so most word-processors should be able to handle them ok. If you have any problems, you are invited to contact the webmaster, who will send you a file you can cope with. Plants are listed by favourite environment - shady, coastal, wet etc. There is also a wonderful, searchable database which pulls up data cards with photographs and details of different plants. You can search by the common r latin name. One point - just because a species isn't in the database, doesn't mean it isn't in the catalogue. (As I discovered when I looked for... more
Customer wildflowers.co.uk Reviews (2)
by Unhappy - written on 08/03/12
Delivery received and the plants were all brown. When speaking to the staff, they are extremely rude and do not demonstrate any customer service. Would not order from this site.
by - written on 06/08/00, updated on 25/02/01 (Very useful, 165 readings)
If you're interested in attracting wildlife to your garden you need to think about planting native species. The only problem is how to get hold of them. It's illegal, (and vandalism) to dig them up out of the wild and the local garden centre is only likely to stock a few of the most popular - primroses, bluebells, snowdrops etc. Now there is a solution! Visit www.wildflowers.co.uk and you can buy over 400 wild native plants grown in peat-free soil. The site offers you a self-extracting zip file of the current catalogue and price list which downloads in seconds. Both documents are in Rich Text Format - so most word-processors should be able to ... Read the complete review