Wildflower Wildlife Mixture

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1g seed to cover up to 1sqm
Item Code: 10877
Hardy Perennial (HP)
Hardy Annual (HA)
Partial Shade
Suitable for Attracting Butterflies
Suitable for Attracting Bees
Caution: Harmful if eaten
Plant Class: Hardy Annual (HA), Hardy Perennial (HP)
Habit: Bushy, Tall

Details

Details

Specially selected mix of attractive and rewarding wildflowers. A great source of food and habitat for wildlife. This seed mix contains 100% native British Produced Wild Flower seeds, including a selection of the varieties listed below:

Bird’s Foot Trefoil, Common - Lotus corniculatus Buttercup, Meadow -Ranunculus acris Campion, Red - Silene dioica Campion, White - Silene latifolia Clary, Wild - Salvia verbenaca Clover, Red (wild form) - Trifolium pratense Daisy, Oxeye - Leucanthemum vulgare Dandelion - Taraxacum officinale Evening Primrose, Common or Large Flowered - Oenothera biennis/Oenothera erythrosepala Foxglove - Digitalis purpurea Knapweed, Common - Centaurea nigra Mallow, Musk - Malva moschata Marjoram, Wild - Origanum vulgare Medick, Black - Medicago lupulina Melilot, Yellow - Melilotus officinalis Mullein, Great - Verbascum thapsus Mustard, Garlic - Alliaria petiolata Plantain, Ribwort - Plantago lanceolata Ragged Robin - Lychnis flos-cuculi Scabious, Devil’s Bit - Succisa pratensis Scabious, Field - Knautia arvensis Selfheal - Prunella vulgaris Teasel - Dipsacus fullonum ssp. Sylvestris Viper’s Bugloss - Echium vulgare Yarrow - Achillea millefolium

*Please note, we cannot guarantee all varieties will be included in each individual packet.

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Planting & Harvesting

Sow & Grow

Sow outdoors, March-May and August-October, where they are to flower, 0.5cm (¼”) deep, directly into finely-prepared, well-drained soil, which has already been watered. Thin seedlings as necessary to allow development. Water well until plants are established. Sowings made in curves, rather than straight lines, often create a more pleasing effect. Late summer and autumn sowings will flower the following year, often earlier than spring sowings. Flowers: May to September. Note: Some will not flower in first year.

Hint's & Tips

Native Habitat: Mainly seen growing wild in hedgerows, open glades and verges. Perfect for starting a wildlife garden, or charming as border plants.