100% Uk Wildflower Seed Mixture General Purpose MAS-WWILD3
WILD3 Wildflower Meadow 100% Wildflower Seed mixture.
New mixture now with 23 wild flower species. It is a mixture of 100% wildflowers.
There are now 23 different wildflowers in the mixture which will cope with most soil types. This is the widest range of species we have in any of our mixtures.
The application rate is 1.5 grams per square metre or yard.
The Poppies and Oxeye daisy will dominate in the first year. Then the other species should come to the fore. Best sown into bare soil or existing grass sward that contains no perennial ryegrass. The aim once established is to have different species of height , colour and appearance from may through to August.
Please note all the wild flower seed in our mixtures are sourced and processed as follows. They come originally from stock grown in the wild in the UK. They are then multiplied up commercially. The seed is packed, mixed and distributed in the UK. This way you can be confident that you are buying native UK Wild Flower Seed to produce Native UK Wild Flower Meadows.
|Plant Height||up to 1.5 metres|
|Mixture Details||Birdsfoot Trefoil (Lotus Corniculatus) 2.0%, Common Cat’s Ear (Hypochaeris Radicata) 1.0% Corn Poppy (papaver Rhoeas) 2.5%, Cowslip ( Primula Veris) 0.1% , Field Scabious (Knautia Arvensis) 2.5%, Lady’s Bedstraw (Galium Verum) 10.0%, Lesser Knapweed (Centaurea Nigra) 10.0%, (Meadow Buttercup (Ranunculus Acris) 10.0%, Meadow Vetchling (Lathyrus pratensis) 0.5%, Musk Mallow (Malva Moschata) 2.5%, Ox Eye Daisy (Leucanthemum Vulgare) 5.0 %, Ragged Robin (Lychnis Flos Cuculi) 0.3%, Red Campion (Silene Dioica) 10.0 %, Ribwort Plantain (Planatago Lanceolata) 7.5% , Rough Hawkbit (Leontodon hispidus) 0.5%, Salad Burnet (Sanguisorba Minor) 7.5%, Self Heal (Prunella Vulgaris) 7.5%, Small Scabious (Scabiosa columbaria) 0.1%, Common Sorrel (Rumex Acetosa) 2.5%, White Campion (Silene Alba) 3.0%, Wild Carrot ( Daucus carota) 5.0%, Yarrow, (Achillea millefolium) 5.0%, Yellow Rattle (Rhinanathus Minor) 5%.,|
|Flowering Season||May to September|
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