Create your Own Wild Flower Patch
This year I decided to convert a part of my garden to a wild flower patch and, I have to say, I am very pleased with the result!
In early January I scraped off a small area of my lawn and planted a variety of WFCS wild flower plugs.
Cowslips were the first to flower, quickly followed by ragged robin.
Now the patch is a mass of Dropwort, Fox & Cubs, Birds Foot Trefoil, Oxeye Daisies and Yellow Camomile. They are all in full bloom and there are lots of species still to bloom.
This is a great way to brighten up an area of your garden. I thoroughly recommend it - give it a try!