Landlife National Wildflower Centre

- SE100
- Region
- Environment and recycling

About us




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Landlife is a creative conservation charity using wildflowers to engage people as a springboard for celebration and positive environmental action. Its trading company, Landlife Wildflowers, sells wildflower seeds to the public and trade ( and operates the café, conference, shop and visitor services at the National Wildflower Centre (

Your business model:

Grant funding for core and project activities. Trading of wildflower seeds products and associated consultancy advice and services. Sale of shop goods, food and drink and conference facilities and visitor income at the National Wildflower Centre.

Our social objective

Our mission statement is:

Landlife, the parent charity, is at the heart of creative nature conservation in the UK. We promote the value of our wildflowers by creating new opportunities for wildlife and people as a springboard for celebration and positive environmental action that benefits nature, individuals, communities and our economy. Based at the National Wildflower Centre we are rooted in delivering environmental justice. We act locally and nationally as a Trojan Mouse, working with others to change ideas and practice to deliver large-scale changes through creative conservation with huge environmental and community benefits. We make a positive difference by creating starting points, not end points, and are copied because we inspire people. The award winning National Wildflower Centre provides visitors with the opportunity to engage with creative conservation through our wildflower displays and take part in health and wellbeing activities Landlife Wildflowers is our trading company selling wildflower products. Landlife Wildflowers generates income through seed produced on our two farms (Inglenook and Fir Tree Farm, St. Helens); other sites in Merseyside and further afield. We retail to the public through our catalogue and e-store ( and sell to conservation organisations, community groups, public bodies, companies and landscape architects for example. All profits are covenanted to Landlife. Landlife Wildflowers is also responsible for our café, conference, shop and visitor services at the National Wildflower Centre.

The outcome areas we're focused on are:

  • Education, learning and skills
  • Physical health
  • Mental health
  • Healthy living and lifestyle
  • Personal and social well-being
  • Culture, sport and heritage
  • Politics, influence and participation
  • Climate change and conservation of the natural environment

The beneficiary groups we work with are:

  • People with substance abuse issues
  • People with long-term health conditions
  • People with learning disabilities (including people on autistic spectrum)
  • People with physical disabilities or sensory impairments
  • People with mental health issues
  • Carers
  • Older People (including people with dementia)
  • Ex/Offenders
  • Other

Our structure

Company Registration Number: 290510

Legal structure: Company Limited by Guarantee (CLG)

Incorporation date: September 16, 1975

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