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The following selection of single species are available from John Chambers Wildflower seed stocks.

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Agrimony

A leafy perennial with tall spikes of yellow flowers and pinnate leaves. Grows with ease on road-sides, under hedge banks, and along the edges of fields fairly widely found in the South less common in the North. Ideal where a mixed border is required.

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Angelica, Wild

The small white-pink flowers of Wild Angelica are borne in compound umbels at the top of the stem. This biennial or perennial plant has a stout rhizome.

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Burnet, Salad

Salad burnet is an evergreen perennial. Although by simply looking at the flowers you wouldn't guess, it is a member of the Rosaceae family along with the strawberry and the rose. A native of the Mediterranean, salad burnet has become naturalised in Britain.

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Celandine, Greater

Likely to be fouind in hedgerows near to towns and house throughout Europe.  The seeds are attractive to ants which disperse them by carrying them off.

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Chamomile, Scentless

Has daisy like flowers and is perfect for sunny, well drained areas of the garden.

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Crane's-bill, Meadow

Meadow Cranesbill is found throughout most of the British Isles in meadows, on roadsides and banks, especially in limestone areas. Wild geraniums are usually called cranesbill because of the resemblance between the long ripe fruit and the beak or bill of a bird. There are varieties of Meadow Cranesb...

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