15grams will cover an area of around 7.5m2
A haze of colour and texture for all ages and abilities. Enjoy a succession of colour with this diverse selection of 46 different annuals and perennials (listed below). A great choice for a verge, border, field or open area.
The annuals will dazzle in the first year and initial stages, then as they settle in, the perennials will take centre stage. Give it a light cut each March to ensure durability.
These economical seed mixes are easy, simply sow the seed into the desired area, water in, and in around ten weeks you will be delighting in a joyous succession of flowers for up to eight months.
These economical seed mixes are perfect for attracting beneficial pollinators to the garden and for allowing home gardeners glow with pride.
It is easy to create a breathtaking display pretty much anywhere. You could try sowing these seeds in a field, small lawn, pot/container, verge, among your existing garden plants, a forgotten corner of the yard, wherever you need more flowers – which is pretty much everywhere as far as we are concerned! It is not just gardeners and florists that love these flowers, the bees, butterflies and myriad of beneficial insects also adore them. It is great to maintain the diversity for our bee and beneficial insect populations.
Wild Meadow flowers are sensational in combination with spring bulbs where the seeds are emerging late spring/summer as the bulbs begin to fade. Their blooms and foliage will work to hide the fading bulbs and also shade them through the summer so they are a symbiotic naturalising team.
Have some fun transforming a forgotten area of the garden with an abundance of colours and textures, that will rage on through late spring to autumn.
Includes Achillea filipendulina, Achillea millefolium, Adonis aestivalis, Agrostemma githago, Anthemis tinctoria, Antirrhinum majus, Calendula officinalis, Callistephus chinensis, Campanula medium, Centaurea cyanus, Cheiranthus allionii, Chrysanthemum coronarium, Clarkia elegans, Convovulus tricolor, Coreopsis lanceolata, Coreopsis tinctoria, Delphinium consolida, Dianthus barbatus, Dianthus plumarius, Digitalis purpurea, Echinacea pururea, Eschscholzia californica, Gaillardia aristata, Gypsophila elegans, Hesperis matonalis, Iberis umbellata, Lavatera trimestris, Linum perenne, Linum grandiflorum, Malope trifida, Mirabilis jalapa, Myosotis sylvestris, Nepeta mussinii, Nigella damascene, Papaver rhoeas, Papaver orientale, Rudbeckia hirta and Tagetes patula.
Supplied as: Bulbs