Next spring and summer, the wildflower meadow will be a riot of colour and will be ablaze with a wonderful range of plants including ragged robin, ox-eye daisy
, yarrow, bugle, bird's foot trefoil and red clover.
And that the species you might see could include Foxglove, Bluebell, Primrose, Meadow Cranesbill, Field Scabious, and Ox-eye Daisy
Hemp agrimony that is flowering now in damp ditches, the ox-eye daisy
that lights up motorway embankments in late spring, the butterbur that produces strange spikes of late winter flowers before the huge leaves appear in grass verges in spring and summer, the colourful knapweeds and cornflowers that light up meadows in summer - the list is endless and startling in its diversity.
, yarrow, bugle, selfheal, goats beard, cuckooflower, meadow buttercup, agrimony, birds-foot trefoil, perforate St John's wort.
To the front will be a grass verge planted with wild flowers such as primula vulgaris (cowslip), geranium pratense (meadow cranesbill), silene dioica (red campion) and leucanthemum vulgare (ox-eye daisy
For the past three years, beginning in May, lady's smock, water avens, cranesbill, campion and ox-eye daisy
, among others, have been mown down when in full bloom.
It is home to rare plants including meadow foxtail, greater bird's-foot-trefoil, red clover, black knapweed, ox-eye daisy
Easy plants are yarrow, harebell, greater knapweed, ox-eye daisy
, meadow sweet, cranesbill, loosetrife, cowslips and red campion.
Looking very much like an ox-eye daisy
but in a more refined and less wild state, given plenty of sun it should flower from May until the end of October.
At Gwaenothle Farm on the Dolaucothi Estate a series of meadows support a rich mix of grasses with hay rattle and bird's- foot trefoil, ox-eye daisy
and rough hawkbit.