Flowers T to W

P -- good source of pollen
N-- good source of nectar
* -- excellent for bees

Tagetes patula *N
Marigolds are in flower from July to October, and the seeds ripen in September and are noted for attracting wildlife
Teucrium Hircanicum
Spires of deep pinky-red, 50cm high through August and September - buzzing like crazy with bees on a warm day.
Thymus *N
Thyme. Popular herb bears flowers June to August.
Thymus or Thyme
Tilia *NP
Lime, largedeciduous trees, reaching typically 20-40 m tall
Tilia or Lime
Tradescantia NP
commonly known as spiderwort
Tradescantia or Spiderwort
Tropaeolum NP
Commonly called Nasturtium and should not be confused with the Watercresses of the genus Nasturtium, of the Mustard family

Tricyrtis N
known in English as Toad lilies
Tricyrtis or Toad lilies
Tulipa P
commonly called Tulip
Tulipa or Tulip


Ulex NP
Commonly known as Gorse. Other common names for gorse include furse, whin and furze
Ulex or Gorse


Verbascum NP
Common Name: Mullein
Verbascum or Mullein
Veronica NP
Veronica's common name is spiked speedwell
Veronica or Spiked Speedwell
Viburnum *NP
Many varieties, some flowering on bare stems in winter. V. Farreri and V. Bodnantense highly scented through winter.
Vicia cracca (Tufted vetch)
A scrambling climber, a wildflower that takes well to the garden, and great for long-tongued bumblebees.
Tufted vetch, Vicia cracca
Viola N
commonly called Violets
Viola or Violets


Weigela N
A small shrub growing to 1-5 m tall
One of the most beautiful plants, with cascading tresses of purple flowers in spring

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