We Are Plantlife
Wild flowers , plants and fungi are the life support for all our wildlife and their colour and character light up our landscapes. But without our help , this priceless natural heritage is in danger of being lost.
From the open spaces of our nature reserves to the corridors of government , we work nationally and internationally to raise their profile, celebrate their beauty, and to protect their future.
Save it with flowers
Join The Great British Wildflower Hunt
Taking part in the Great British Wildflower Hunt is a great way to enjoy flowers, whether you’re familiar with them or not. And by letting Plantlife know what you’re found, you’ll help our work to make sure that there are more flowers and that the next generation can enjoy them.More Information
The Wildflower Garden
There are hundreds of native wildflowers to grow in your garden, providing colour, structure and scent. In fact some of our best garden plants are native.More Information
Hopes Estate Juniper
"Today was setting up the baseline survey for monitoring the impact of sheep on a large stand of juniper, the largest extent of juniper in the area, and possibly in the whole of south-east Scotland."
Real action needed to save our vanishing meadows
27th June 2017
New Plantlife study of road names shows cultural and social significance of meadows... but most people living on Meadow View can't view a meadow, even with binoculars.
Call for action to cut air pollution which threatens our native wildlife on National Clean Air Day
15th June 2017
A letter from representatives of six wildlife organisations - including Plantlife's Chief Executive Marian Spain - has been printed in the Guardian today.
Gove is saying the right things, with high ambitions for #GreenBrexit. Let’s see how to make this work for wild plants...