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A Delightful Mix of 100% UK Native Wildflowers & Horticultural flowers for quick reliable colourCut back annual flowers after flowering and shake clippings to encourage self seeding for the following year
Attract Bee’s & Pollinators
Creating your wild flower meadow will provide an eco friendly habitat for all kinds of insects, bee’s, butterflies and birds.
Our mixtures include a large amount of species from the RHS Plants for Pollinators wildflower seed list so your meadow will be excellent for wild life.
Sow in Spring or Autumn
Sow in Autumn for flowers earlier in the following year or sow in spring for flowers in the summer.
In the first year you will see flowers from the annual seeds and also the perennial plants showing leaves and stems preparing to flower in the following seasons.
100% Wild Flower Seeds
No grass seed, bulking agents or fillers
Black Eyed Susan, California Poppy, Candy Tuft, Cornflower, Fairy Toadflax, Field Poppy, Larkspur, Oriental Poppy, Red Flax, Shirley Singles Poppy & Sulphur Cosmos
A high grade product used by professional landscapers, farmers and gardeners across the UK
Typical Analysis mix can vary based on seasonal availability
How to grow wild flowers?
100% Wildflower Seed sowing – 2 grams per m²
The lower amount of nutrients, the better the results you will have.
Step 1) Weed Control & Preparation
Firstly, remove all weeds & plants such as Nettles, Thistles, Grass etc.
Weeds grow faster than wildflower seeds so removing the competition will improve your flower growth and germination.
Step 2) Sowing Wild Flower Seed
Sowing can take place throughout most of the year, providing a good tilth can be prepared.
Follow sowing rates of 2g per square meter so 20g will cover 10m²
Spring & early Autumn months are generally most suited.
Step 3) Tread & Lightly Water
Once sown, rake or harrow the area to mix the seed in the soil approx 0.5cm depth
Lightly roll or tread the area to compact the soil slightly.
In the first year after sowing, weed control is a priority – pull all weeds