The beautiful pale yellow flowers of the ‘COMMON TOADFLAX’ also known as ‘BUTTER AND EGGS’ brighten up any area that they may grow in.

COMMON TOADFLAX

The Common Toadflax can grow on waste land and roadside verges but prefers grassland and hedgerows. Flowering from June until November the flowers have a ‘snapdragon’ look about them and often are found in densely packed clumps. The flowers are a good food source to many varieties of bee as well as numerous other insects.

COMMON TOADFLAX

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