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
The Bonnie, Wildflower-rich Banks of Loch Lomond
"With the first chill of autumn firmly in the air, now is the time to start thinking about next year’s wildflower meadows..."
Native Rare Plant Thriving in the Cairngorms
21st August 2018
A rare, iconic plant of the Caledonian pine forest, found only in a handful of woodlands in the Highlands of Scotland is thriving, thanks to the efforts of Plantlife Scotland and the National Trust for Scotland.
Lonely habitat up for exploring!
3rd May 2018
The National Plant Monitoring Scheme (NPMS) is calling upon members of Plantlife Scotland to adopt a remote area of land to survey, to see what is growing in some of the lesser populated areas of the country!