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Updated: Feb 20, 2019


When we bought the vineyard, it was part of a ploughed field. We planted a grass mix, including some wild flowers, between the vine rows, and in all the surrounding areas. Since then, more flowers have returned. What a lovely surprise to find an orchid in our woodland copse a few years ago! They are now very slowly increasing and we look forward to seeing them every summer.


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14 de jan. de 2021

As mentioned earlier, like any wildflower, purple wildflowers are grown in the wild. Although you can grow them at your garden as well, if you can meet the certain temperature, humidity & watering conditions that suit the flower type. You just need to get the right pots, soils & seeds.

If you’re looking for pots or planters to plant these at your house, don’t worry we got your back. Here you can find the best growing flowers.

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