We Are Plantlife
Wild flowers, plants and fungi are the life support for all Scotland's wildlife and their colour and character light up our mountains and glens, lochs and islands. But without our help, this priceless natural heritage is in danger of being lost.
From the spectacular landscape of Munsary Peatlands Reserve to the corridors of Holyrood, we raise their profile, celebrate their beauty, and protect their future.
Save it with flowers
Events for 2017
From guided walks to family fun to opportunities to help survey rare and threatened wild flowers, we've got lots on in Scotland in 2017.View more
Wild flower walks
What better way to discover Scotland's wild plants than with a scenic walk at one of the country's botanical hotspots?View more
The First Six: A Project Milestone Update From The Cairngorms
"Last week, as I was heading back down Glen Callater, home to one of our rarest arctic-alpines, the Alpine blue-sow-thistle (Cicerbita alpina), I reflected on the progress that has been made in the first six months of my project."
Help Needed To Better Understand Changes In Our Countryside
9th August 2017
Members of the public are being invited to join the National Plant Monitoring Scheme (NPMS), the leading long-term habitat-based plant monitoring scheme.
Plantlife launches the Great British Wild Flower Hunt
7th June 2017
Plantlife is launching the interactive Great British Wild Flower Hunt in response to exclusive new polling that reveals that people across Great Britain are crying out to know more about wild flowers.