Native Meadows

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Native Meadows contains a broad range of the wildflowers once common in unimproved flower-rich lowland meadows. A general-purpose mix suited to a wide range of garden types, including clay, sand, chalk & limestone soils.



Growing Guide: Sow in spring or autumn, into existing grass that has been scarified, or sow onto bare soil, combined with a suitable grass seed mix. Prepare the ground for sowing in late summer - by cutting and/or grazing very hard, and create gaps with harrows or by raking/scarifying (aiming to create around 50% bare soil). Control any perennial weeds such as docks or thistles that colonise the area. 

Coverage: approximately 7 square metres 

Our packaging is made from FSC recycled cardboard and environmentally friendly inks. The seed bags are waxed paper or compostable starch to keep seeds in the best condition during storage. Seed packs are supplied ready-mixed with organic husks for ease of distribution. 

100% British Native Wildflowers Species List; Achillea millefolium (Yarrow), Agrimonia eupatoria (Agrimony), Stachys officinalis (Betony), Centaurea nigra (Common Knapweed), Centaurea scabiosa (Greater Knapweed), Chaerophyllum temulum (Rough Chervil), Cruciata laevipes  (Crosswort), Daucus carota (Wild Carrot), Filipendula ulmaria (Meadowsweet), Filipendula vulgaris (Dropwort), Galium album (Hedge Bedstraw), Galium verum (Lady’s Bedstraw), Leontodon hispidus (Rough Hawkbit), Leucanthemum vulgare (Oxeye Daisy), Lotus corniculatus (Birdsfoot Trefoil), Malva moschata (Musk Mallow), Origanum vulgare (Wild Marjoram), Plantago lanceolata (Ribwort Plantain), Poterium sanguisorba (Salad Burnet), Primula veris (Cowslip), Prunella vulgaris (Selfheal), Ranunculus acris (Meadow Buttercup), Rhinanthus minor (Yellow Rattle), Rumex acetosa (Common Sorrel), Scabiosa columbaria (Small Scabious), Silaum silaus (Pepper Saxifrage), Silene vulgaris (Bladder Campion), Torilis japonica (Upright Hedge-parsley), Tragopogon pratensis (Goat’s-beard), Vicia cracca (Tufted Vetch).