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Adopt a Reserve £5,000

For those who are looking to support the long-term, sustainable conservation of one of our beautiful nature reserves - whether it be orchid-rich meadows, the unique peatland flora of the Flow Country or the flowers of limestone grassland, then why not adopt a Plantlife reserve? You will be making a vital contribution to our work to conserve and protect some of the UK’s rarest wild flowers and to ensure that they can be enjoyed by future generations.

We have eight reserves to choose from:

Cae Blaen-dyffryn in Carmarthenshire
Nestling in the Welsh countryside, this reserve has a large area of grassland that is rich in wild plants, including the beautiful Butterfly Orchid. More...

Deep Dale in Derbyshire
A magnificent limestone dale located in the heart of the Peak District National Park, Deep Dale often boasts amazing displays of cowslips, rock roses and other wildflowers. More...

Joan’s Hill Farm in Herefordshire
A microcosm of the characteristic old Herefordshire landscape, this reserve enjoys views across the northern edge of the Wye Valley Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. More...

Munsary Peatlands in Caithness
Munsary Peatlands is Plantlife’s largest nature reserve, extending over 3,058 acres. The reserve is of international importance for its blanket bog habitat. More...

Ranscombe Farm in Kent
Its rolling landscape includes arable farmland, ancient woodland and fragments of chalk grassland, and offers superb views across the surrounding countryside. More...

Ryewater Farm in Dorset
Flower-rich hay meadows and unimproved pasture, enclosed by thick hedgerows and ancient woodland. More...

Seaton Meadows in Rutland
Seaton Meadows lie on a flat area of land beneath the Welland Viaduct and represent one of the last surviving remnants of unimproved flood meadow in Rutland. More...

Skylark Meadows in Somerset
An oasis for wildlife in the midst of an intensely farmed landscape. Skylarks nest on the meadows each year and you can hear their song during the summer months. More...