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Expert warns of danger of wildflowers in rural areas

Wildflower gardens are an increasingly common sight in Scotland's towns and cities.

They have been credited with providing a vital boost for the bee population.

Some experts are warning that sowing wildflower seeds in rural areas may not be good news for our native plant species.

BBC Scotland environment correspondent David Miller reports.

  • 10 Jul 2015