Making a wildflower meadow is one of the most rewarding things you can do. It's one of our most attractive and biodiverse habitats. After 70 odd years of intensive farming, it's also one of our rarest. With a little care, what you're doing will last many, many years, so it's important to use high quality and appropriate seed with the right provenance.
The wildflower seed mixes here are either made up of specified %s of individual species, or harvested sustainably from existing donor meadow sites around the country. Most of the mixes we sell have at least some grasses as well as wildflowers, as you would expect. Native grasses are an important and attractive habitat and food plant for insects like butterflies and moths.
You should be able to find an appropriate seed mix for your site, but if you're struggling please drop us a line.
All of the wildflower meadow seed we sell has guaranteed British provenance and origin unless specified. Our wildflower and grass seeds are also subjected to random germination testing by Native Seed Technology. Some of our meadow mixes are harvested from organic sites. Herbicides are sometimes selectively used in the production of some of the other seed mixes here, however. No insecticides or neonicotinoids are used in any.
If you want less than 1kg seed (typically enough for 250 square metres), pop over to our sister site British Wildflower Seeds. You'll find much smaller packet sizes available here, and some very special seed mixes harvested from wildflower meadows too, only available in limited volume.
Wildflower Seed Advice & Guides
Which wildflower seeds do I buy?
A simple guide explaining the different kinds of wildflower seed mixes available
How to make a wildflower meadow
An easy to follow introduction to wildflower meadowmaking
How and When to Cut Your Wildflower Meadow
A practical introduction to mowing your meadow!
Starting a wildflower meadow (Video)
Our video guide on how to start your own wildflower meadow