Succisa pratensis (devil’s bit scabious) is a key difficult restoration species. Seven wild seed collections from Cornwall, Sussex and Kent are available from Kew’s Millennium Seed Bank.
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Kew's UK Native Seed Hub

The UK Native Seed Hub aims to enhance the resilience and coherence of the UK's ecological network by increasing the quality, quantity and diversity of native wild flower plants and seeds available for conservation and habitat restoration.

About the UK Native Seed Hub

The UK Native Seed Hub was launched as part of Kew’s response to decades of habitat loss and fragmentation.

Services and consultancy

We offer a range of specialist services to support all those interested in the conservation and use of UK native plants, biodiversity enhancement and protection, seed conservation and habitat restoration activities. 

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Through the UK Native Seed Hub, Kew’s Millennium Seed Bank (MSB) makes more than 700 collections of seed available for conservation and habitat restoration in the UK, in an endeavour to promote the use of high quality, appropriate–origin plant material.