Meadow Saxifrage | Saxifraga granulata

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1x plug plant (approx. 2-5cm above ground, 15cm of root structure below ground)

Explore the enchantment of Meadow Saxifrage (<em>Saxifraga granulata) at our wildflower nursery. This delightful perennial brings a burst of beauty to meadows with its clusters of dainty white flowers. Easy to care for, Meadow Saxifrage thrives in sunny spots with well-drained soil. Its low-maintenance nature makes it perfect for gardeners of all levels. Watch your outdoor space come alive with the elegance of this wildflower, attracting butterflies and enhancing the natural charm of your garden. Shop now and transform your meadow into a haven of floral beauty with Meadow Saxifrage.


Botanical Information: Meadow Saxifrage

Enter the world of Meadow Saxifrage (Saxifraga granulata), a charming wildflower that’s like a tiny burst of white fireworks in the meadow. Standing at around 20 to 40 centimeters (8 to 16 inches) tall, it has delicate stems adorned with clusters of small, white flowers. Picture a miniature floral celebration – that’s the beauty Meadow Saxifrage brings to the plant family.


Meadow Saxifrage is a versatile wildflower, making its home in meadows, grasslands, and even rocky slopes. It’s like a plant that loves to be where the sun shines! This wildflower is like a flexible friend that adds a touch of elegance to different outdoor settings. It prefers semi-dry spaces to slightly damp areas, but needs to have short vegetation around it in order to survive.

Benefits to Wildlife

Now, let’s talk about how Meadow Saxifrage is a superhero for wildlife. Butterflies absolutely love it! The nectar-rich flowers are like a sweet treat for these winged wonders, turning your garden into a fluttering haven. As butterflies visit, they play a role in the reproduction process of this species, unintentionally becoming flower matchmakers.

Conservation Status in the UK

The good news is that Meadow Saxifrage is doing well in the United Kingdom! It’s not considered a species of immediate concern. While it might not be in the conservation spotlight, recognizing its role in supporting wildlife is crucial. Conservation efforts often focus on maintaining the health of meadows and grasslands, recognizing that native plants like Meadow Saxifrage contribute to the biodiversity of these environments.

By appreciating and protecting these areas, we indirectly contribute to the well-being of this species and the many other living things that call these places home.

Ease of Growing

Now, if you’re thinking about bringing a burst of floral fireworks to your garden, here’s the exciting part – it’s super easy to grow! You can start it from our plugs in well-drained soil, and it doesn’t mind whether it’s sunny small amount of shade. It’s like having a low-maintenance friend that brightens up your garden without demanding too much attention.

Once Meadow Saxifrage gets going, it’s like having a charming companion that doesn’t need a lot of fussing over. Regular watering and a bit of sunlight, and you’ll have your very own burst of floral fireworks in your garden.

Meadow Saxifrage (Saxifraga granulata) is a delightful and accessible wildflower that adds a burst of floral fireworks to outdoor spaces. With its delicate flowers, adaptability, and positive impact on wildlife, it’s a fantastic addition to any rockery or short meadow. Whether admired in the wild or cultivated in a garden, this wildflower invites us to appreciate the beauty and elegance found in nature. Embrace the joy of Meadow Saxifrage, and let your garden bloom with the charm of this captivating wildflower.

More Information

Botany in Scotland

Wildflower Web

Species From the Same Habitat

European Goldenrod | Solidago virgaurea

Maiden Pink | Dianthus deltoides

Spiny Restharrow | Ononis spinosa


Additional information

Weight 1 kg


Flowering Months

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Light levels


Soil moisture

Dry, Normal, Well draining


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