Devon Wildflower Meadow Mix
This mix of grasses and wildflowers has been harvested from 70 acres of traditional hay meadows on the edge of the Blackdown Hills. It is very similar to a seed mix we have successfully trialled on a demonstration site on relatively heavy soil here. The Devon meadow mix includes several unusual wildflower species which you won't find in other commercially available seed mixes, including the Common spotted orchid and the Corky fruited Water Dropwort, which is only found in the Southwest. The mix also includes some of our most beautiful and delicate native grasses.
20% meadow harvested wildflower seed and 80% meadow harvested wild grasses.
You can buy smaller packet sizes here at our sister website.
Yellow Rattle Rhinanthus minor
Catsear Hypochaeris radicata
Rough hawkbit Leontodon hispidus
Wild Red Clover Trifolium pratense
Wild White Clover Trifolium repens
Common spotted orchid Dactylorhiza fuchsii
Lesser stitchwort Stellaria graminea
Field Forget-me-not Myosotis arvensis
Corky-fruited water dropwort Oenanthe pimpinelloides
Common Knapweed Centaurea nigra
Birdsfoot Trefoil Lotus corniculatus
Ribwort Plantain Plantago lanceolata
Meadow Buttercup Ranunculus acris
Red Sorrel Rumex acetosella
8% Smooth stalked meadow grass
4% Sweet vernal grass
2% Quaking grass
16% Crested dog's-tail
16% Sheep's fescue
16% Chewing's fescue
8% Slender red fescue
4% Meadow barley
4% Yellow Oat-grass
2% Rough Bent
Sowing Rate: 5g per square metre, or 20kg per acre.
Seed mixtures may be ordered in 1 kg increments from 1 kg upwards. Quantities from 2 kg to 10 kg at the 2 kg rate. Over 10kg subject to availability, and prices on application.
Supplier : Goren Farm
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We strongly recommend reading up on wildflower meadows before buying seed - see our resources section and brief guide to preparation and aftercare, which includes links to our "how to" blogs and video.
Although we test our seed and it has high germination rates, you need to be careful about initial care and establishing an annual regime. Don't be put off though - once you get the hang of it it's pretty straightforward.