Summer wildflower meadow of Papaver - Poppies, Leucanthemum - Ox-Eye Daisies and Chrysanthemum segetum - Corn Marigolds and Centaurea cyanus - Cornflowers
Photo © Jan Smith – GAP Photos

Grow Wild is an exciting four-year campaign to bring people together to sow UK native wild flowers. There mission is to transform where we live – bringing colour and surprise to our streets. By growing wild, we can turn our gardens and windowsills into wildlife-friendly wild flower patches. Grow Wild is funded by the Big Lottery Fund and led by the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew – and everyone is invited!
In the UK we’re lucky to have some amazing wild flowers, but we’re in danger of losing them as their natural habitats are being lost. Imagine what it would be like if we didn’t have them – less colour in our lives and less food for birds, butterflies and bees. The good thing is that we can do something about it!
Take a look at the below video for more information and find out how you can get involved! #LetsGrowWild

Find out more about Grow Wild via their Facebook page: here

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  1. What a lovely idea, one of my favourite things to photograph are wild flowers, there are so many different types and they are so pretty! x