Old English Meadow BW10a 100%

Our Old English Meadow wildflower mix is a firm favourite with growers for many years, this mix produces a natural display of wildflowers. With subtle pastel shades of flowers blooming throughout the spring and summer creating a stereotypical English countryside wildflower meadow habitat. The species are balanced to ensure they all establish nicely, but the standout species include sainfoin, ox-eye daisy and wild carrot.

Wildflower & Grass Mixture Handbook 2024



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100% Old English Meadow 

Kidney Vetch Rough Hawkbit
Ribwort Plantain Common Catsear
Black Medick Common Birds-Foot-Trefoil
Lesser Trefoil Yellow Rattle
White Clover Wild Carrot
Ladys Bedstraw Small Scabious
Fairy Flax Greater Knapweed
Black Knapweed Cowslip
Ox Eye Daisy Sainfoin
Self Heal Meadow Buttercup
Red Clover Salad Burnet
Field Scabious

Recommended sow rate 3-5g/m²

One of the most important things to remember is to start with a weed-free seed bed to reduce the weeds from competing with the wildflowers.

1. Cultivate and spray off any weeds.
2. Mix the seed well in the bag/box before planting. If you have problems drilling or broadcasting by hand you can mix with a fine dry sand to give some weight to the seed.
3. Broadcast or drill the seed into a clean weed-free seedbed.
4. Roll the ground before, then flat roll after planting.

Once you have sown the mixture, it is very important to manage the growth for the first year. This includes cutting and weeding if possible. If sowing in the autumn, cut the sward when the grass gets established and keep it down to help the flower seeds to germinate. If sowing in the spring, again keep the grass low for the first growing season.