Wild flower meadow mix probably the most productive mix on Amazon Certainly one of the most largest mix of flowers A mix of common and rare native wild flowers & grasses No cheap rye grasses Pretty Wild Seeds Mix 24 © Sow at a rate of 10g/m2 20% Flowers Tansy Californian poppy Cornflowers mixed Red clover White clover Burnet Black medick Ribowort plantain Birdsfoot trefoil Sanfoin Oxeye daisy Field poppy Corncockle Great mullein Night flowering catchfly Self heal Borage Ragged robin Bitter blue lupin Foxglove Gypsophilla Dwarf sunflower 80% Grasses timothy smaller catstail fescue meadow fescue smooth meadow grass crested dogstail sheeps fescue,highland bent,strong crf Ground preparation Endeavour to choose ground that may be not highly fertile and does not have a problem with perennial weeds. Good preparation is very important to success so aim to keep an eye on weeds and produce a good quality seed bed before sowing. To prepare a seed bed first remove weeds the use of repeated cultivation or a herbicide. Then plough or dig to bury the surface vegetation, harrow or rake to produce a medium tilth, and roll, or tread, to produce a firm surface. Sowing Seed is best sown in the autumn or spring but will also be sown at other times of the year if there is sufficient warmth( not too warm as seeds will hibernate) and moisture. The seed will have to be surface sown and will also be applied by machine or broadcast by hand. To get an even distribution and steer clear of running out divide the seed into two or more parts and sow in overlapping sections. Do not incorporate or cover the seed but firm in with a roll, or by treading, to give good soil/seed contact.
80/20 Meadow grasses to Wild flowers
Grows in most soil tpes
Sow April – May or September-October
Fresh UK Seed
Defra registered 7529