Wildflowers grow in the wild, it was not intentionally planted or seeded. In the UK, these are some of the most beautiful and reliable plants you can grow.
The added benefit of growing wildflowers is that they will help support the pollinators. All of the flowers below are popular for bees and butterflies, so the more you can grow, the better!
Ox-Eye Daisy - these have tall stems, and flower between June & August.
Common Knapweed, Centaurea nigra, will do well in dampy and dry situations through dense woodland is best to avoid. Leave the seedheads on over winter to provide seeds for birds.
Bugle, Ajuga reptans, can be grown and in both sunny and shady conditions, you do need damp soil for it to grow well.