80% Low Maintenance Grasses
20% Flora Blend
Cornflower – Blue – Height 90cm
Corn Poppy – Red – Height 30-45cm
Corn Marigold – Yellow – Height 60cm
Corn Chamomile – Yellow & White – Height 20-50cm
Oxeye Daisy – White – Height 60cm
Ladys Bedstraw – Yellow – Height 30cm
Knapweed – Purple – Height 50cm
Wild Carrot – White – Height 90cm
Red Campion – Pink/Red – Height 30cm
White Campion – White – Height 30-60cm
Sainfoin – Pink – Height 20-50cm
Phacelia – Purple – Height 20-100cm
Musk Mallow – Pink – Height 40-70cm
Vetch – Purple – Height 60-180cm
Yarrow – White – Height 30-100cm
Birdsfoot Trefoil – Yellow – Height 10-40cm
Salad Burnet – Red – Height 30-40cm
Self Heal – Purple – Height 20-30cm
Grasses – Slender Red Fescue, Chewings Fescue, Bent Grass and Strong Creeping Red Fescue
Key features of our General Purpose Wildflower Mix
- 80% Low maintenance grasses
- 20% Flora blend
- Economy mix
How to sow our General Purpose Wildflower Mix
- Small areas – Remove any weeds by hand or by using a black plastic membrane for at least 3 months prior to sowing.
- Larger areas – If large numbers of perennial weeds, such as dandelions, nettles and docks are present, then a non-chemical control method may not work. If this is the case then spray off existing vegetation (unless it is already species-rich) using non-residual systemic glyphosate-containing weedkiller.
- Dig and turn the soil and compact and rake as you would for seeding a new lawn.
- It is advised not to use a fertiliser as this could over encourage grasses that over power the wildflowers.
- Wait 4 to 6 weeks for the ground to settle and for any weeds to show. Remove these before sowing.
- Now you are ready to sow your General Purpose Wildflower Mix. As a guide seeds should be sown at 5g per square metre. You may need to mix the seed with silver sand to make distribution easier.
- Ensure you rake in lightly and soak to ground thoroughly with water then leave to grow.
- Use some netting if pests such as birds become a problem.
Our General Purpose Wildflower Mix is best sown from March and April or in September, depending on soil conditions. Lighter soils can be sown in Autumn.