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Wildflower Mixture For Hedgerow & Light Shade

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Wildflower Mixture For Hedgerow & Light Shade

All the wild flower seed listed in our Wild Flower Mixtures is genuine native seed collected from either wild population or wild flowers grown on the nurseries (the seed originating from wild stock). The basic grasses in our mixtures are not from wild stock but are suitable grasses recommended by English Nature. We include some native wild grasses where appropriate species are available.

This mixture contains 80% grass 20% wild flower mix.
 

This mixture contains 20 native species frequently found in hedgerows, woodland edges, clearings and open woods. It can also be sown in partial shade such as hedge bottoms, tree plantations and woodland rides.

 

Wild Flowers Native Species:

Bedstraw Hedge,

Buttercup Meadow,

Campion Red,

Campion White,

Cowslip,

Foxglove,

Knapweed Common,

Knapweed Greater,

Mullein Great,

Musk Mallow,

Mustard Garlic,

Oxeye Daisy,

Selfheal,

St John's Wort,

Common Teasel,

Upright Hedge-parsley,

Vetch Common,

Wild Angelica,

Woundwort Hedge,

Yarrow

 

Grass Species:

Browntop Bent,

Chewings Fescue,

Creeping Red Fescue Slender,

Crested Dog's Tail,

Golden Oat Grass,

Sheep's Fescue,

Small Cat's-tail,

Smooth-stalked Meadow Grass

Product Part Number: WF81019

Pack Size: 5G

Stock:

Price (Inc. VAT): £2.20

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When to sow
  • Jan
  • Feb
  • Mar
  • Apr
  • May
  • Jun
  • Jul
  • Aug
  • Sep
  • Oct
  • Nov
  • Dec

PLEASE DO NOT scatter wild flowers seeds in the countryside. Firstly, this is very wasteful of expensive and precious seed. Secondly, whereas it is quite appropriate and beneficial to have a varied collection of wild flowers in the garden, it might not be appropriate to establish many of these species in the countryside far from their natural habitats.

All conservation seeding on a small or large scale outside the private garden should be done in close association with your county Naturalists' Trust or English Nature.

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