Wild flower meadow seed mix for clay loam or sandy soils – for an area up to 100m2

£96.00

Contains over 40 different native wild flower species at an exceptionally high ratio of 45% wild flowers to grasses.
Species include wild orchid, fritillary, pignut and many more unique native species. Full species list shown in product description below.
This mixture is fantastic for bees and butterflies as well as humans.

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This mix produces some stunningly beautiful wild flower landscapes, small and large. I specialise in creating these habitats and this is my unique seed combination for clay, loam and sandy soils. It will have to be cut once at the end of annually to keep it in top condition. I include an instruction sheet with each order sent out. Wild Flowers: Agrimony, Betony, Birds-foot-trefoil, Burnet-saxifrage, Cat’s-ear, Common Knapweed, Common Spotted Orchid, Corn Chamomile, Corn Cockle, Corn Marigold, Cornflower, Cowslip, Devil’s-bit Scabious, Field Scabious, Grass Vetchling, Greater Knapweed, Harebell, Lady’s Bedstraw, Lesser Stitchwort, Meadow Buttercup, Meadow Cranesbill, Meadow Vetchling, Meadowsweet, Musk Mallow, Oxeye Daisy, Pepper Saxifrage, Pignut, Ragged Robin, Red Clover, Red Poppy, Rough Hawkbit, Salad Burnet, Selfheal, Scarlet Pimpernel, Snake’s Head Fritillary, Sneezewort, Toadflax, Wild Carrot, Wild Pansy, Yarrow, Yellow Rattle. Grasses: Sweet Vernal-grass, Crested Dog’s-tail, Quaking Grass, Sheep’s Fescue, Smaller Cat’s-tail, Common Bent, Slender Creeping Red Fescue, Yellow Oat-grass.
Accommodates over 40 different native wild flower species at an exceptionally high ratio of 45% wild flowers to grasses.
Species include wild orchid, fritillary, pignut and plenty of more unique native species. Full species list shown in product description below.
This mixture is incredible for bees and butterflies in addition to humans.
All the way through the first year annuals such as poppies and cornflowers will fill your meadow with flowers and in subsequent years the entire beautiful perennials take over the flowering.
No wish to re-seed, they come up year after year.

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