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Allium ursinumAllium ursinum
Allium ursinum
Wild garlic is found extensively throughout British woodlands and is well-known for its powerful yet alluring fragrance. It will quickly colonise to form a carpet of aromatic leaves and in late spring, bears dainty white flowers. It works particularly well with bluebells and once it has flowered, dies back completely to allow other plants to come through in the same space.
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Asplenium scolopendriumAsplenium scolopendrium
Asplenium scolopendrium
A handsome, evergreen fern with glossy, wavy fronds unfurling in spring. A great fern for the edge of woodland areas and in a shady mixed border, which will tolerate dry soils once it has established.
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Lotus corniculatusLotus corniculatus
Lotus corniculatus
An ideal plant for gravel gardens, meadows and other natural planting schemes. Once established they can spread fairly rapidly which is perfect if you want to cover a fairly large area quickly. If, however, you want to keep it more in check, it can be fairly easily controlled by deadheading promptly. It bears brilliant yellow flowers throughout summer which as they age, turn a slightly orange colour.