We are the trading arm of registered environment charity Landlife, based at the National Wildflower Centre in Knowsley, Merseyside in the northwest of the UK.
We are ‘wildflower farmers’, growing and supplying most of our seeds and plants on our 30-hectare National Wildflower Farm in nearby St Helens. By encouraging people to use simple wildflower mixes of once common species, we aim to create wildlife areas everywhere.
Creative conservation with native wildflowers makes new wildflower habitats that are full of biodiversity and bring wildlife and people closer together.
You can find out more about Landlife’s work over the last year in the 2010/2011 Annual Report; either download the PDF below or contact us by email at firstname.lastname@example.org or by telephone on 0151 737 1819 for a printed copy.
All profits from seed and plant sales are covenanted to support Landlife charity.
Landlife are also founded the National Wildflower Centre in 1999.
For details of some of our work and achievements since we started in 1975, please click here: