Wildflowers...

We are on a mission to supply an increasing range of wildflowers that can be grown in your garden.
Native wildflowers provide some of the best forms of forage for bees and other different pollinators as they have evolved together. Wildflowers thrive in different conditions and many prefer a nutrient-poor soil - Ragged-robin thrives in damp conditions, as originally it's found in the disappearing UK wetland areas.
Before planting wildflowers, its always best to check their natural habitats so you can grow in the right conditions.
By growing wildflowers, your garden will be rich in biodiversity and provide food and shelter for bees, butterflies, birds, bats and many other species.


To see our range of beautiful cultivated garden plants, click here.
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We currently have a special offer of FREE DELIVERY on our 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.
Please order by sending an email to info@urbee.co.uk (or via the contact page), and include a mobile number and delivery address.
 
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 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.
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Free 2L pot with every local
plant order 
over £20.

- While stocks last.


 

 

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Wild Marjoram (Origanum vulgare) - A perennial herb (same as Oregano) and native wildflower with pale pink flowers in summer. Flowers June - September. Wonderful for attracting bees, beneficial insects, butterflies​/​moths and other pollinators. It has nectar/pollen rich flowers. Grow in full sun in well-drained soil or compost. Height up to 50cm. 
1 litre - £4.50.  IN STOCK.
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Common primrose (Primula vulgaris) - A native spring wildflower, producing pale yellow flowers from March - May. Height 20cm/ Spread 35cm. Prefers a cool, shady spot, although will grow in full sun or partial shade. Attracts bees, butterflies​/​moths and other pollinators. It is the caterpillar food plant for the rare 'Duke of Burgundy butterfly (Hamearis lucina), also various species of moth.
1 litre - £4.50.  IN STOCK.
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Ragged-robin (Lychnis flos-cuculi) - 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 75cm. 2 litre - £6.00.  SOLD OUT.
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Thrift (Armeria maritima) - A compact, perennial wildflower with pretty pink flowers in summer. A salt-loving plant which is common around the UK coastline. Attracts bees, butterflies, moths and other pollinators. This is a great plant to grow in a rockery or front of the border. Grow in well-drained, poor soil or compost. Deadhead regularly to prolong flowering.
Full sun. 
Height 50cm/ Spread 50cm. 1 litre - £4.50.  IN STOCK.
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