Rewild Your Garden With Our Native Wildflower Seeds

Supplying a huge range of UK native wildflower species for ornamental planting, conservation rewilding projects, and agricultural use, our wildflower mixes are designed with nature and the environment in mind.

If you’re looking to support inspects and pollinators or simply create a more diverse habitat for wildlife, consider enhancing our wildflower mixes to promote greater biodiversity and colour. Add your choice of individual species such as cowslip, ladies bedstraw and oxeye daisy.

We can blend our wildflower mixtures with our smooth stalk meadow grasses and fescues (at a ratio of 20/80 wildflower seeds to grasses) to create a native wildflower meadow mixture. And enhance any of our mixtures with our range of cornfield annuals to give early colour during the first year of establishment.

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North Downs Meadow - 100% native British wildflower mix

Rewild with this diverse wildflower meadow mixture containing 100% native species grown and harvested from fields across the North Downs.

Species list: bird’s foot trefoil, black medick, meadow buttercup, common knapweed, common sorrel, cowslip, corn poppy, field scabious, kidney vetch, lady’s bedstraw, sanfoin, salad burnet, selfheal, St. John’s wort, musk mallow, wild carrot, wild marjoram, yarrow, yellow rattle, red clover, ribwort plantain, and oxeye daisy.

Contents may change with each new harvest and depending on availability.

Pollinator Mix - 100% native British wildflower mix

Attract bees and butterflies to your garden with this colourful 100% native wildflower mix which supports pollinators at their busiest time of year.

Species list: yarrow, kidney vetch, oxeye daisy, ribwort plantain, common knapweed, greater knapweed, wild carrot, red clover, common toadflax, birdsfoot trefoil, small scabious, lady’s bedstraw, tufted vetch, common St. John’s wort, field scabious, wild marjoram, selfheal, and yellow rattle.

Contents may change with each new harvest and depending on availability.

Cornflower Colours - 100% native British wildflower mix

Create a vibrant micro-meadow in your garden or borders with this 100% native mix of delicate wildflowers commonly found in British cornfields.

Species list: corncockle, scented mayweed, corn chamomile, field forget-me-not, cornflower, corn poppy, corn marigold, opium poppy, wild mustard, night-flowering catchfly, and field pansy.

Contents may change with each new harvest and depending on availability.

Tips for successful wildflower seed germination

The biggest challenge to the establishment of all wildflower seeds is dominant grass species. Because of this, it’s important to prepare the soil and remove any traces of vegetation before sowing your wildflower seeds. Do not cultivate the ground too heavily as this can uncover dormant grass and weed seeds which will then germinate with your wildflowers and provide unwanted competition.

Wildflowers thrive in poorer soil conditions so do not add fertiliser or compost to the area prior to sowing. If possible, rake over the area on which you intend to sow and leave for a few weeks to see if any dormant seeds germinate. Remove any growth and then sow your wildflower seeds.

Suggested wildflower seed sowing rate

We recommend sowing our mixtures at a rate of 1.5 grams per square metre. For more densely populated growth this can be increased to 4 grams per square metre.

To encourage even distribution when scattering, wildflower seeds can be mixed with dry sand, sawdust, or flour at a weight ratio of 1:4 (seed to spreader).

Factors which affect successful wildflower seed germination

If the following conditions are met, most wildflower seeds can be sown from April to September.

Competition: ensure the ground is free from docks, thistles, nettles, and dormant grass seeds.

Temperature: the ground temperature should be above 12 degrees.

Moisture: dampen the soil before sowing and maintain soil moisture until the plants have established.

Soil contact: rake over the area prior to planting and cover the seeds with a sprinkling of fine soil after sowing.

Sowing depth: ensure the seeds are sitting just below the surface of the soil.

Some wildflowers are more dominant than others and some more sensitive to factors such as soil fertility and competition.

The level of shade, sunshine, annual rainfall and interference from insects and animals can also affect germination. For this reason, the composition of our own mixtures will vary year on year.

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