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Adopt a Flower or fungi £20

Looking for the perfect gift for Christmas, someone’s Birthday or even Mother’s Day?

Introduce someone you love to wild flowers by adopting a flower or fungi for them for £20 a year. Your support will boost Plantlife’s wild plant conservation programmes.

  • As an adopter you will receive a stunning A5 postcard portrait of your wild flower or fungi, a fact sheet and a personalised certificate.
  • Adopt a flower of fungi for £20 a year and you will be directly supporting Plantlife’s vital UK wild plant conservation programmes.

There are eight wild flower or fungi species available for adoption:

 

Greater butterfly orchid


A beautiful orchid of meadows, grassland, dunes and woodlands, this flower produces a spike of large, greenish-white flowers.

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Harebell


With its papery petals and delicate appearance, you might think that the harebell is a fragile wild flower. It is in fact, incredibly strong and resilient. 

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Juniper


Juniper is a long-lived evergreen, coniferous shrub or small tree with tough, needle-like leaves and small yellow flowers, followed by berries. 

Click here to adopt this wild shrub

 

 

Mistletoe


From kissing traditions at Christmas to ancient fertility rites, mistletoe has long been regarded as a magical plant. 

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Spanish catchfly


This rare heathland wildflower is found only in the Brecklands of East Anglia in Britain. Delicate and wispy, with tiny lace-like cream-coloured flowers.

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Tree lungwort


A vibrant green, leafy lichen which can be found on tree trunks in the "Celtic rainforest" - the lush, mossy woodlands of western Britain.

Click here to adopt this lichen

 

 

Yellow whitlowgrass


A dainty yellow wild flower which, in Britain, is only found in Wales. Confined to the steep limestone cliffs and old walls of the Gower peninsula.

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