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Winter Aconites and Snowdrops will be finishing their show this month. Primroses and Daisies will continue to flower this month, and the Wild Daffodil makes its' appearance.
Wild Daffodils, Winter Aconites, Wood Anemones and Snowdrops 'In the Green' will be available in late January along with many other native bulbs. Dry bulbs will be available later in the summer although there will be a facility on our web pages to pre-order them in July. Click here to look at our Native Bulb Pages for more details.
Flower Seeds which are best sown in Spring can be sown now. Some
wild flower seeds will germinate easily, but others can take longer.
This is one of the most economic and easiest ways to establish wild
flowers in your garden. Try one of our
Meadow Mixes for creating a Wild Flower Meadow can be sown this month. They can be sown in the autumn (August to October) or Spring (February to May), but on heavy clay soils it is be best to sow in Spring as water-logging may cause some seed/seedlings to rot during the Winter.
Frogs, toads and newts will be spawning this month if you have a pond. Frogs are the first to spawn, followed by toads and then newts last of all. March and April are the best months for dividing marginal & bog plants, but be careful not to disturb the wildlife.
Reduce feeding garden birds to encourage them to forage for themselves. Nesting should begin this month.
March is your last chance to plant up Lily of the Valley 'pips' or divide existing plants.
Here are some March Wild Flowers that we currently stock seeds for - and depending on the time of year, plug plants or bulbs. Click on the photograph to buy seeds and where plugs are also available they will be indicated on the seed catalogue pages.
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