A mix of 22 species of wildflowers to help you create a beautiful floral meadow that will attract pollinating insects. We have chosen plants that are popular with honey bees, bumblebees, butterflies and hoverflies, and some of the flowers also produce seeds that are attractive to birds.
The seeds are a mix of of annual, biennial and perennial plants that should produce a wealth of flowers for many years.
Sow this mixture and enjoy the beauty of the flowers and the pollinators that will be drawn to them!
• Sow flower seeds from mid-April to mid-June.
• Before sowing loosen soil, free the area of weeds and level with a rake.
• Sprinkle flower seeds and cover with a thin layer of fine soil or potting compost.
• Water the ground regularly, especially during dry periods.
• If young plants are too close to one another wait until the seedlings are large enough to handle, then thin them out.
• Area Coverage: 10m² per 25g
Flowering: The first-year flowers are expected from June-July, the following year flowers are expected from Spring.
Germination: 15-25 days.
Flower species include:
Common Bugloss - Anchusa officinalis
Wild Angelica - Angelica sylvestris
Rapeseed - Brassica napus
Black Mustard - Brassica nigra
Rampion Bellflower - Campanula rapunculus
Rough Chervil - Chaerophyllum temulum
Greater Celandine - Chelidonium majus
Corn Marigold - Chrysanthemum segetum
Smooth Hawksbeard - Crepis capillaris
Wild Carrot - Daucus carota
Cut-leaf Teasel - Dipsacus laciniatus
Viper’s Bugloss - Echium vulgare
Sheep’s Bit Scabious - Jasione montana
Red Dead-Nettle - Lamium purpureum
Common Mallow - Malva sylvestris (subsp. mauritanica)
Honey Clover - Melilotus albus
Yellow Sweet Clover - Melilotus officinalis
Dyer’s Rocket - Reseda luteola
Long-Headed Poppy - Papaver dubium
Red Clover - Trifolium pratense
Cornflower - Centaurea cyanus
Tufted Vetch - Vicia cracca
|Height||20 - 120 cm|