Pollinator-Friendly Plants.....

Throughout the year we sell a small range of plants that are very beneficial to our pollinator friends, and that are normally only available at events. Our plants are grown in peat-free compost and without the use of harmful pesticides.
We currently have a special offer of FREE DELIVERY on our pollinator-friendly plants, to all our customers within our home post code of SE9 (South East London) and the following post codes:
SE3, SE7, SE10, SE18, SE12, DA15, DA16, DA14 and BR7*. 
If plants are ordered you may also add on other items from the website. *Unfortunately, other discount codes or offers may not be added on to an order. At the present time, plants cannot be ordered directly through the website and we only deliver to the above postcodes.
Your items will be packed safely and you shall receive a payment link via text message. We can arrange a suitable time for your items to be delivered (on all orders over £10). 
Please order by sending an email to info@urbee.co.uk (or via the contact page), and include a mobile number and delivery address.
By signing up to the newsletter below you can be kept informed on new plants, special offers, new products and events throughout the year (see bottom of page).
Please note, Urbee is a small business (not a large nursery), so we do not have large amounts of stock. This offer is subject to change without notice.
Heather 'Darley Dale' (Erica x darleyensis) 2 litre - A winter/ spring flowering heather rich in nectar/pollen which attracts early bees and pollinators. Pale pink flowers from Nov - April. Grow in acidic soil/ compost. Height up to 40cm.
 litre - £6.00
Hellebore 'Holly-leaved' (Helleborus argutifolius) - 1 litre - An evergreen perennial with clusters of cup-shaped, pendent greenish-white flowers in Feb - April. Provides an all important food source for bees waking from winter sleep. Toxic to people and animals if ingested. Prefers partial shade or full sun. Height up to 100cm. 1 litre - £5.
Wallflower 'Sunset Apricot' - Sunset series (Erysimum cheiri ) 2 litre - A fragrant, evergreen, spring-flowering wallflower, rich in nectar/pollen which attracts bees and pollinators. Pale apricot/pink flowers from dark pink buds, during the spring. Grown as a short-lived perennial or biennial. Height up to 50cm. 2 litre - £6.00
Salvia 'Blue queen' (nemorosa1 litre - A hardy herbaceous perennial. Blooms with small, long lasting blue flowers, 
early to late summer. Height 45cm/ Spread 45cm. Prefers full sun. Attracts bees and other pollinators1 litre - £4.50.
Salvia 'Purple Fairy Tale' (verticillata1 litre - A hardy herbaceous perennial. Flowers July - October. Height up to 60cm and prefers full sun (or partial shade). Attracts bees and butterflies1 litre - £4.50.
Salvia 'Blue Spires' (Salvia transsylvanica) 1 litre - A Beautiful showy salvia which attracts bees and beneficial insects. Deep blue flowers in early to mid summer. Height up to 80cm. 1 litre - £4.50
Photo used with kind permission from dianeseeds.com
Agastache Giant Orange Hyssop 'Navajo Sunset' (aurantiaca1 litre - An aromatic, hardy perennial, producing vibrant, tubular orange flowers. Flowers July - October. Height up to 45cm and prefers full sun. Attracts bees, beneficial insects, birds, butterflies​/​moths and other pollinators. It has nectar/pollen rich flowers and seeds for birds. 
1 litre - £4.50.
Foxglove (Digitalis parviflora1 litre - an unusual hardy, perennial foxglove with tall spikes of orange-brown flowers.
Flowers May - July
. Height up to 60cm. Dappled shade, full sun, partial shade. Toxic to people and animals if ingested. Attracts bees, butterflies and moths. Can be planted out now for flowering next year. 1 litre - £4.50.
Lavender 'Hidcote' (Lavandula angustifolia) 1 litre - A very popular, compact English purple lavender, flowering from June to September. Height up to 50cm and prefers full sun. 1 litre - £4.50
Lavender 'Edelwiess' (Lavandula x intermedia) 1 litre - A larger, fragrant white lavender, flowering from June to September. Height up to 60cm and prefers full sun. Good for hedging and borders. 1 litre - £4.50
Ragged-robin (Lychnis flos-cuculi) 1 litre - A perennial native wildflower with pink flowers in summer. A beautiful plant which was once common in our disappearing wetland areas. Attracts bumblebees, butterflies and honeybees. This is a moisture loving plant, best placed in a pond (or boggy) area, wildflower area or moist border.
Full sun/ partial shade. 
Height up to 75cm. 1 litre - £4.50 or 3 for £10
Rudbeckia 'Goldsturm' (fulgida var. sulivantii) - 1 litre - An easy to care for perennial plant, that produces yellow coneflowers with a dark centre between August and October. Prefers full sun or partial shade. Height up to 60cm, Spread up to 60cm. 1 litre - £4.50
Stachys 'Lambs ear' (Stachys byzantina) - 1 & 2 litre - A hardy evergreen, perennial plant, that produces pink/purple flowers between June and September. Leaves are thick and soft and carpeting. Attractive to Bumblebees and the solitary Wool Carder bee, (Anthidium manicatum), which cards the fine hairs from the leaves to use as nesting material. Prefers full sun. Height up to 50cm. 1 litre - £4.50.
Rosemary (Salvia rosmarinus) 1 litre - A bushy shrub with pale blue flowers in spring, summer and autumn. Popular culinary herb which attracts mason bees, flower bees, bumblebees and honeybees. Height up to 150cm. 1 litre - £4.50 

We use new taupe coloured pots, which are fully recyclable through your kerbside recycling scheme. Previously this has not been possible with the black plastic plant pots. Our plants are grown in peat-free compost and without the use of harmful pesticides.

Throughout the year there will be different varieties of plants available. We will regularly update the website with information. Please also feel free to contact us for details of new plants.

Once plants are SOLD OUT, we have run out of stock of this variety. Details of new stock will be sent via email (please subscribe to receive regular news updates), and also will be posted on our social media sites.

Please let us know if there are any varieties of pollinator-friendly plants that you would like to see available. We are constantly researching and trying out new varieties.

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