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
Buttercup, conker and blackberry are disappearing from the children's dictionary. Join our campaign to re-connect young people and families with the pleasure and importance of wild plants and flowers.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
Have you seen a Celandine?
"In 1795, the renowned naturalist Gilbert White observed that the first celandines usually appeared in his Hampshire village of Selborne on the 21st February. A hundred years later, exactly the same average date was observed..."
Conservationists highlight Celtic Rainforest
14th February 2017
Two conservation charities have joined forces to share the secrets of one of the UK’s richest and most mysterious habitats – the Celtic Rainforest.
Mycologists become rarer than the species they study
17th November 2016
Fears over demise in fungi experts prompts new project.