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Meadow Mixture
for Chalky Soils

This seed mixture consists of perennial/biennial wild flower seeds (20% by weight) and wild grass species (80% by weight).  It contains species characteristic of lime rich soils.  All of the wild flower seeds are of British native wild origin.  The grass seed is of British native wild origin where possible (marked with W).  The seeds should be sown at the rate of 4g per square metre.  The mix will consist of seeds from the following:

Wild Flowers:

         Bird's Foot Trefoil 
Lotus corniculatus
Burnet Saxifrage
                Pimpinella saxifraga
Common Knapweed

                    Centaurea nigra


                    Primula veris

                Filipendula vulgaris
Field Scabious
Knautia arvensis
Greater Knapweed

                    Centaurea scabiosa
         Hoary Plantain
Plantago media
Kidney Vetch
Anthyllis vulneraria
Lady's Bedstraw
                Galium verum
Meadow Buttercup
                Ranunculus acris
         Oxeye Daisy 
Leucanthemum vulgare
Rough Hawkbit
                Leontodon hispidus
         Salad Burnet
                Sanguisorba minor ssp minor
                Prunella vulgaris
         Small Scabious
                Scabiosa columbaria
Wild Basil
                Clinopodium vulgare
Wild Carrot
                Daucus carota
         Wild Marjoram
                Origanum vulgare
         Wild Mignonette
                Reseda lutea
                Achillea millefolium


         Crested Dogstail
                    Cynosurus cristatus

Crested Hairgrass  
Koeleria macrantha
Quaking Grass
Briza media
         Sheep's Fescue
Festuca ovina
Slender Creeping Red Fescue
                Festuca rubra
Smaller Cat's Tail
Phleum bertolonii
Yellow Oat Grass
Trisetum flavescens

100g @ 18

500g @ 68

1kg @ 96

Prices include VAT

Please contact us for larger quantities



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