Dyers greenweed


Dyers greenweed is found in rough grassland, meadows and heaths and is a native deciduous shrub. A slightly acidic soil is preferred. Deep yellow flowers are carried on tall stems and they can look quite striking.

Genista tinctoria
Height : 60cm
Flowering period : July – September
This is a good source of nectar :


Wildlife attracted:
The bright yellow flowers are great for attracting pollinators. It is also a food plant for around 20 moth species, several of which are quite rare, having declined in recent years due to agricultural grassland improvement. It is also important to the life cycle of other insects such as leaf beetles and sawflies.
Other features:
The flowers of Dyers greenweed  have traditionally been used as a natural yellow dye.

Additional information


9cm pot, 1lt pot