Mown path through the wildflower meadow at Great Dixter leading to a gate. Buttercups and Ox eye daisies, Leucanthemum vulgare

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Joni Express : Photo

Wild Flower Meadow - photo by Tony Craddock, via Science Photo Library; Red poppies (family Papaveraceae) and white daisies (family Composite); on the island of Crete, Greece

How to grow a flower meadow - including many varieties of flowers, grasses, and a hemiparasite called 'Yellow Rattle'

How to create a mini wild flower meadow

How to grow a flower meadow - including many varieties of flowers, grasses, and a hemiparasite called Yellow Rattle - Gardening For You

Devote a corner of the garden to wildflowers and help to save our fast-disappearing flora. Choose seeds of British origin and sew in March to April or September depending on type. Avoid fertilizer and manure, which encourage grasses rather than flowers.  Find wildflower seeds at Landlife Wildflowers and Really Wild Flowers

Devote a corner of the garden to wildflowers and help to save our fast-disappearing flora. Choose seeds of British origin and sew in March to April or September depending on type. Avoid fertilizer and manure, which encourage grasses rather than flowers.

wildflower meadow

Table Mountain wildflowers near Oroville in Northern California, one of the things that miss the very most. I love wild flower fields!

Cottage Garden Mix - perennial and biennial flowers - flower seeds - sarah raven seeds

Cottage Garden Mix

Sarah Raven's Cottage Garden Mix zinnias, cosmos, malopes, and much more, lots of traditional cottage garden favourites which will flower together not just for weeks but months. I wish I had a cutting garden like this!

.walking along a bluebell path, The smell is so delicate and beautiful. England

The pretty walk home in Plymouth, Devon, England (bluebells and wild garlic) - photo by Hazel Mansell-Greenwood

Natural habitat: The 85-acre farm has become a haven for wildlife, perfect for beekeeping

One couple, 57 flowers and the Somerset meadow they turned into a field of dreams

Beehives in a field of wildflowers~ The modern beehive used today was patented in 1851 by Rev. Lorenzo Langstroth of Pennsylvania. Until then, some styles of hives along with their colonies had to be destroyed to gather the honey.

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