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Wild Flower Seed
Collection for Loamy Soils

This seed mixture consists of perennial (apart from Yellow Rattle which is an annual) wild flower seeds.  It contains a mixture of wild flowers species suitable for loamy soils.  Loamy soils are medium textured, often neutral to alkaline and tend to be more fertile.  All of the wild flower seeds are of British native origin.  The seeds should be sown from 1.5g per square metre depending on the density of flowering required.   The mix will consist of seeds from the following:

         Lady's Bedstraw
                Galium verum
        
Bird's Foot Trefoil 
                
Lotus corniculatus
        
Meadow Buttercup
                Ranunculus acris
        
Bladder Campion
                
Silene vulgaris 
        
Cowslip

                    Primula veris
         Meadow Cranesbill 
                    Geranium pratense

        
Rough Hawkbit 
               
Leontodon hispidus 
        
Common Knapweed

                    Centaurea nigra

        
Musk Mallow 

                    Malva moschata

        
Oxeye Daisy 
                
Leucanthemum vulgare
        
Hoary Plantain 
               
Plantago media 
         Ribwort Plantain
                    Plantago lanceolata
         Selfheal
                Prunella vulgaris
        
Field Scabious 
                Knautia arvensis
         Common Sorrel  
                
Rumex acetosa
         Yarrow
                    Achillea millefolium
         Yellow Rattle
                Rhinanthus minor

1g @ 3

10g @ 11

50g @ 28

100g @ 50

500g @ 190

1kg @ 290

Prices include VAT

Please contact us for larger quantities

Musk Mallow

Bladder Campion

Yarrow

Yellow Rattle

 

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