PLANTING LIST List of Permissible Species

PLANTING LIST List of Permissible Species These species only have been selected for our site Common Name Kidney Vetch Latin Name Description Positi...
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PLANTING LIST List of Permissible Species These species only have been selected for our site Common Name Kidney Vetch

Latin Name

Description

Positioning/Height

Anthyllis Vulneraria

Sun 7-15cm

Clustered bellflower

Campanula Glomerata

Cuckoo flower

Cardamine Pratensis

Greater Knapweed Lesser Calamint

Centaurea Scabiosa Clinopodium Nepeta

Wild Basil

Clinopodium Vulgare

Maiden Pink

Dianthus Deltoides

Dropwort

Filipendula Vulgaris

Lady’s Bedstraw

Galium Verum

Sweet Woodruff

Galium Odoratum

Hedge Cranesbill

Geranium Pyrenaecium

Yellow flowers in ‘crowded’ head Cluster of handsome violet flowers Lady’s smock, lilac/white flowers Large ‘raggy’ purple flowers Downy grey leaves, small down-turned lilac flowers Circular clusters of largish pink/purple flowers Flowers pink freckled with darker paler spots Finely cut leaflets in a basal rosette, cream coloured flowers open from pink buds Flowers bright golden yellow, scent of new mown hay Whole plant is scented. Star like white flowers, shows up well in woodland Very pretty with mauve flowers

Flowering Period May

Sun 5-30cm

June

Moist situation 22-25cm

Apr - Jun

Sun 30-60cm Dry banks 30cm

July

Sun 22-45cm

July

Sun 15-30cm

Jun - Aug

Sun 15-45cm

May - Aug

Sun 15-30cm

July

Shade 15-30cm

Apr - Jun

Sun 22-45cm

May

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Jul – Aug

Common Name

Latin Name

Description

Positioning/Height

Flowering Period

Oxeye Daisy

Leucanthemum Vulgare

Sun 30-60cm

May

Birdsfoot Trefoil

Lotus Corniculatus

Sun 15-22cm

May

Wood Forgetme-not

Myosotis Sylvatica

Shade 30cm

Apr - Jun

Hoary Plantain

Plantago Media

Sun 15-30cm

May - Aug

Salad Burnet

Poterium Sanguisorba

Sun 30cm

May - Aug

Cowslip

Primula Veris

Damp, meadows 7-20cm

Apr - May

Wild Primrose

Primula Vulgaris

Shade preferred 15cm

Mar - May

Self Heal

Prunella Vulgaris

Sun 20cm

June

Large Pasque Flower

Pulsatilla Vulgaris

Sun 7-22cm

Apr – May

Small Scabious

Scabiosa Columbaria Silene Alba

Large white petals, with a yellow centre Small, bright yellow/orange mixture Pale blue woodland plant Pale pinkish spikes with soft/fluffy petals, vanilla scented Luscious green leaves with delicate pink/red flower heads. Smells of cucumber when crushed A rosette of low level leaves with fragrant deep yellow flowers Pale yellow flower with deep yellow eye Flowers violet/purple calyx Rich violet sepals, golden anthers and silky hairs on the back. Silky plume of a seedhead Pale blue flowers Pure white

Sun 30cm Sun 90cm Hedgebank 22-40cm

July

Woodland 2-5mtrs

Jun - Sep

White Campion Bladder Campion

Honeysuckle

Silene Vulgaris

Lonicera Periclymenum

Small white flowers with five-notched petals, with waxy leaves Cream flowers, sweet scent.

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May Jun – Aug

List of Permissible Bulbs Common Name Bluebells

Latin Name

Description

Positioning/Height

Hyacinthoides Non-Scripta

Light shade 30cm

Anenome wood

Anenome Nemerosa

Wild Daffodils

Narcissus Pseudonarcissus

Snowdrops

Galanthus Nivalis

Aconites

Eranthis Hyemalis

Lesser Celandine

Renunculus Ficaria

Cuckoo Pint (Lords and Ladies)

Arum Maculatum

Snake’s head Fritillary

Fritillaria Meleagris

Lily of the Valley

Convalleria Majalis

A favourite Spring flower. Fragrant blue-violet flowers Forms delicate white cover in wood and hedgebank Nodding flowers, smaller than common garden daffodils Small delicate flowers of distinct greenish white Glossy leaves, yellow chalice shaped flowers Dark green heartshaped leaves, bright yellow flowers Yellow green berries (turning red – poisonous) Tall thin stems with down turned deep purple flower heads Luscious green foliage with delicate white flowers, sweetly scented

Flowering Period Apr – Jun (plant in Autumn)

Light shade

Mar – May (plant in Autumn)

Light shade

Feb – Apr (plant in Autumn)

Light shade

Jan – Mar (‘in the green’ – plant in Spring)

Light shade

Jan - Feb

Bare, damp ground

Feb - May

Woods and hedgerows 50cm

Apr - Aug

Light, moist 30cm

Aug - Sep

Shade 30cm

Apr - Jun

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Common Name Martagon Lily

Latin Name

Description

Positioning/Height

Lilium Martagon

Shade 1mt 20cm

Ramsoms (wild garlic)

Allium Ursinum

Soloman’s Seal

Polygonatum

Star of Bethlehem

Ornithogalum Umbellatum

Summer Snowflake

Leucojom Aestivum

Tall stems, white or mauve flowers pretty lamp like shape Bright green leaves, delicate white spray of flowers Graceful arching stems, green tipped white bell flowers Beautiful star shaped white flowers Tall with small white bell shaped flowers

Flowering Period Jun – Jul

Damp woodlands/hedge banks 30 – 45cm

Apr - Jun

Shade 125cm

May - Jul

Meadows/grassy areas 30 – 60cm Prefers moist ground 90cm

Apr - May

Apr - May

We recommend that you source your wild flowers & bulbs by mail-order from “Naturescape” 01949 860592, to ensure that genuine native species are supplied. Any plants found that are not from this list may be removed by our staff.

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List of Permissible Trees These species only have been selected for our site Common Name White Beam

Latin Name Sorbus Aria

Description Member of the Rowan which will be coppiced. Cherry like fruits, drops leaves early. Good food source for birds, small green leaves, thorny stems, slow to establish Good dormouse food source. Will be coppiced. Will be coppiced as part of the underwood.

Hawthorn

Crataegus Monogyna

Hazel

Corylus Avellana

Ash

Fraxinus Excelsior

Wild Cherry

Prunus Avium

Short lived

Crab Apple

Malus Sylvestris

Slow growing

Silver Birch

Betula Pendula

Short lived

Holly

Ilex Aquifolium

Guelder Rose

Viburnum Opulus

Evergreen, bright red berries Fast growing shrub

Field Maple

Acer Campestre

Spindle

Euonymous Europaea

Will be coppiced, yellow colour in Autumn Unusual geometric shaped pink berries

Extra Information Chalk tolerant

Flowers and fruits best in full sun

Bark is bronze in colour Survives on poor soils where few other trees can grow In Autumn, leaves turn pink, orange or red before falling. Produces bright red fruits in Autumn – good winter food sources for birds Grows quickly, provides habitat for native insects Tolerates deep shade Prefers damp areas but also grows in hederows and woods Tolerates shade

Common in ancient woods, hedges and chalk scrub

Droxford Road, East Meon, Petersfield, Hampshire, GU32 1HR PHONE: 01730 823425 MOBILE: 07799 065976 FAX: 01730 823168 EMAIL: [email protected]