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Where to grow in my garden?

 

Prefers well drained, poor soil in full sun.

Good for a flower border, rock garden or a mini meadow.

 

Flowers: July to Oct/Nov

Habitat: Grassland and hedgerow

Height: 30-80cm

Growth Type: Perennial

Position: Full sun

Soil Preference: Wide range, prefers a well-drained site.

 

 

Toadflax, Common

£5.95Price
  • Linaria vulgaris
    (Wild Snapdragon)

     

    5 Jumbo plug plants

     

    Yellow and orange snapdragon-like flowers are a good late nectar and pollen source for bumblebees, butterflies and moths.

     

    Common Toadflax also attracts several species of moth including the aptly named Toadflax Pug Moth (Eupithecia linariata) who’s caterpillars feed on the flowers and seed pods.

     

    Advised to plant in informal groups to encourage recognition and attract bees, butterflies and other pollinating insects.