A rock garden is a great habitat for a variety of wildlife. Larger rocks are a great place for butterflies to rest on warm sunny days and cracks and crevices provide homes for a wide range of wildlife. Wildflowers planted in a rock garden will attract bees, butterflies and other pollinating insects into your garden. You can buy all 10 of these plants from the Wildflower Nursery too. Shop now.
Here are our top 10 perennial British wildflower plants which are drought tolerant and well suited for planting in rock gardens, nooks and crannies, wall crevices and in gaps between pavers.
An excellent nectar plant for bumblebees, other bees, butterflies and many other insects.
Growth Type: Perennial
Position: Full sun to semi-shade
Soil Preference: Calcareous, well drained