Our Salad Burnet plug plants for sale are priced per individual plant.This product has a minimum quantity of 10 plug plants. For orders over 500 plug plants please contact us.
All our plants are native British wildflowers grown in Peat-free compost in our sustainable nursery.
Common name: Salad Burnet
Latin name: Poterium minor
Description: Favouring drier areas, Salad Burnet is widespread in dry grassland, rocky slopes and cliffs throughout England and Wales, north to central Scotland and across much of Ireland. It produces small green, reddish-purple flowers on long, slender stems. The leaves smell and taste of cucumber when bruised or cut
Flowering time: May-August
Flower colour: Green, red or purple.
Management: Salad Burnet is a very hardy, drought tolerant plant. It grows best on limestone soils but will tolerate most soils, and prefers sunny or partially shady locations.
Kindly be aware that as autumn approaches, our wildflower plants might be delivered in a state where they appear to have passed their peak. We strive to inform you about this at the time of your order. It is common for native plants to exhibit leaf blotches or have dead/brown leaves during specific times of the year; this is entirely natural. We assure you that we meticulously inspect the root condition, ensuring their robust health. Once planted, the plug plant will respond accordingly.
Please understand that owing to the perishable nature of our plug plants, the usual right to cancel does not apply.