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Natural dyes produce an extraordinary diversity of rich and complex colours as well as unexpected results, making them exciting to use.

What dyes should I choose? (click on a photo)

cut madder roots - red colours - natural dyes

chamomile flowers - yellow colours - natural dyes

alkanet - blue colours - natural dyes

Red Colours
Madder, Brazilwood, Cochineal, Safflower, Ladies' Bedstraw, Dyers' Woodruff & St John's Wort

Yellow Dyes
Weld, Dyers Greenweed, Coreopsis & Chamomile, Fustic, Tansy, Dock, Goldenrod, Pomegranate, Onion

Blue Dyes
Indigo, Japanese Indigo, Woad, Alkanet & Logwood
Indigo dyeing
Shibori dyeing

What are natural dyes?
Customer Comments:
Thank you for your prompt response to my order for dye seeds which I received today.
I am writing to say that I find your websites very interesting and will definitely be making other orders very soon! Best wishes and "bonne continuation" (as the French say!). Wendy from France

I loved your website, we can feel your heart in it and it's great. Audrey from France

"Fascinating and useful site. Must have taken a lot of effort to research and maintain it.’ David Finnegan, Southport

‘Brilliant service. Finding your website really informative.’ Claire from Shipley, UK

'Wow! Thank you so much for sending me my parcel in record time – I was amazed and delighted! I am just starting out with natural dyeing of our own alpacas' yarn and so it is very exciting to be in a position to get going.' Carole from Cairndinnis Alpacas

'Just to let you know that I've been really impressed with your service and the quality of the materials and information on the website.' Clare http://clarabellacraft.blogspot.com/

“Thank you for the super quick delivery!” Estelle Faust, Harrow

“Hello! You have a wonderful website! So much information! I love all the dyes you have and your product list is fantastic! Just what I'm looking for.” Anne McEnroe, California, USA

'I received the parcel two days ego. All is perfect. Thank you very much. And special thanks for flyers. I visited your other websites and found some very interesting things!' Dmitry Sukhoverkov, Moscow, Russia

What's new on this website?


Covid news:-


Reminder: From October 2020, we are in the studio & shipping orders only 2 days a week, usually Mondays & Thursdays (except for public holidays). Monday & Thursday orders must be received before 12 midday.

10 Feb

Some recent Airmail orders have been taking over 8 weeks to US addresses. Tracked Airmail is quicker.


12 Oct

Covid19: UK 1st class post is slow at the moment & some is taking 2 weeks+! This appears to be especially a problem in London. Some Airmail is also taking a long time and may take 5 to 8 weeks to the US and 3 to 5 weeks in Europe.


Product news:-



27 Jun

Japanese indigo seeds are back in stock

19 Jun

18 Jun

Natural Dyes now available

15 Jun

Natural Dye Kits now available

15 Jun

Dye plant seeds now available

11 Jun

Indigo dyes and watercolours available

10 Jun

09 Jun

Mordants page now available

08 Jun

Dye Extracts are now available

08 Jun

We are re-opening the Dye catalogs (but working part-time)

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How to contact us:-
Wild Colours natural dyes, Studio 319, Scott House, The Custard Factory, Gibb St, Birmingham B9 4DT, UK

Contact Teresinha for enquiries
Tel: +44 (0)7979 770865
email: info@wildcolours.co.uk

UK Shipping £4.95p on orders up to £80 & free over £80 in UK
[shipping £2.95 on very small orders up to £2.95 in value]

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Covid-19 Tracked Airmail only outside Europe

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Updated on 26 January 2022
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