Wildflower Meadows are areas of permanent grass where wildflowers grow.

Why are wildflower meadows important?

Wildflower meadows create fantastic habitats for birds, small animals, and insects. They are bright, colourful, and packed with different flowers. Wildflower meadows are bursting with life, and you may see butterflies, grasshoppers, hedgehogs, or crickets!

Does Amelia Trust have any wildflower meadows?

Yes we do, but they don’t look like wildflower meadows yet… We have started planting and we are hoping to have wildflower meadows by next year.

How should you enjoy wildflower meadows?

If you see a wildflower meadow, you’ll often see a sign explaining that the area has been sectioned off specifically to become a wildflower meadow. Never walk on wildflower meadows. Instead, make sure you stick to the paths around the edges, and admire the colour and beauty from there.

Wildflower Meadow Activities

Why not give some of these activities a go at home or when you visit a Widlflower Meadow.

Colour Counting

The next time you visit a wildflower meadow, see how many different colours you can count! When you get home, draw your own wildflower meadow using the same colours.

Wildflower Meadow Bingo

Download our Wildflower Meadow Bingo sheet and take it with you when you visit a wildflower meadow.

Wildflower Meadow Colouring

Download and colour in our Wildflower Meadow Colouring sheet.

Documenting Wildflower Meadows

Wildflower Meadows will look very different depending on the time of year. Take photos of Wildflower Meadows in the summer, and see how they change as the seasons change. Why not keep a record of these changes in a photo album?

Create your own Wildflower Meadow

Follow the instructions on the National Trust website to make your own Wildflower Meadow at home – it’s easier than you think!