Wildflowers for Sandy Soil
These wildflowers are mainly deep-rooting and can cope with well drained sandy soils that are low in fertility and prone to drought.
• Cut and scarify the grass thoroughly, to remove any thatch, uprooting some of the grass to create patches of bare soil, amounting to approx 50% of the area.
• Empty the contents of your seed pack into a container and mix together thoroughly. Sharp sand can be mixed in to add bulk to help distribute the seeds.
• Broadcast the seeds evenly over the prepared surface.
• Press the seeds firmly down to ensure good soil contact, either using a roller or by treading them down.
Coverage: approximately 7m2
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
Anthyllis vulneraria (Kidney Vetch), Betonica officinalis - (Stachys officinalis) (Betony), Centaurea nigra (Common Knapweed), Cynoglossum officinale (Houndstongue), Galium verum (Lady’s Bedstraw), Knautia arvensis (Field Scabious), Leontodon hispidus (Rough Hawkbit), Leucanthemum vulgare (Oxeye Daisy), Lotus corniculatus (Birdsfoot Trefoil), Medicago lupulina (Black Medick), Plantago lanceolata (Ribwort Plantain), Poterium sanguisorba - (Sanguisorba minor) (Salad Burnet), Prunella vulgaris (Selfheal), Ranunculus acris (Meadow Buttercup), Reseda luteola (Weld), Rhinanthus minor (Yellow Rattle), Rumex acetosella (Sheep’s Sorrel), Silene latifolia (White Campion), Silene vulgaris (Bladder Campion), Teucrium scorodonia (Wood Sage), Verbascum thapsus (Great Mullein).