Rob - our Wildflower expert (along with Alison) has just sent me this email:
"Dear Heather,¬†Hope all is well.¬†When we met last we thouht the occassional plant of the week would be a good idea. Now, at¬†this time of year there are¬†many but we have some Meadow Saxifrage that are not getting a mention or picture in the catalogue, and are about to¬†flower and look great.¬†Thought we could do them with a picture of a tray full of plants¬†with the usual¬†script and picture that you have.¬†Let me know what you think.¬†¬†Meadow Saxifrage - Saxifraga granulata - Perennial - plant of hills and meadows producing delicate white flowerson stems¬†20 to 40cm in height in¬†April to June.¬†When¬†flowering and seed production have finished the¬†plant¬†dies¬†down,¬†nutrients are stored in little bulbils that form at the base of the stem these¬†regrow in¬†late winter¬†or early sping.¬†A superb plant¬†for planting amongst bulbs in tubs or the garden where bulbs will not be disturbed.¬†¬†¬†Best Wishes¬†Robert "
I agree and so this is a very special Meadow Saxifrage Deal of the Day Deal of the Week. Every day we will have 5 lots of Meadow Saxifrage at half price, so if you want a quick wildflower fix here is your¬†chance.