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Sowing Rate; 2-5g per m2
A great summer mix full of colour
Flower Species; Purple Tansy, Californian Poppy, Cornflowers, Red Clover, Burnet, Black Medic, Birdsfoot Trefoil, Sainfoin, Field Poppy, Corncockle, Borage, Bitter Blue Lupin, Gypsophilla, Soapwort, Safflower, Love In A Mist, Dwarf Morning Glory, Cosmos, Zinnia, Chicory, Linum, Four o' Clock, Scentless Mayweed,pot marigold, and more
Quantities from: £7.99
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Sowing Wildflower Seeds; Sow wild flower garden seeds in March and April, or September if your soil is light and well drained. They prefer an open position in full sun.
Prepare the ground by clearing away all existing plants and grass. It's particularly important to remove vigorous perennial weeds such as stinging nettles, docks and couch grass. In wildlife areas this is best done by hand.
Dig the soil over and firm it well before raking to create a level seed bed. Don't incorporate any fertilisers or manure as this encourages grass growth which crowds out the wild flowers.
It's best to allow up to 6 weeks for the soil to settle. This also allows any weed seeds to germinate, which can then be removed with a hoe or weed killer.
If your soil is very fertile and you'd like to grow a perennial wild flower meadow you can try stripping away the top 5-10cm (2-4") of soil to reduce fertility.
1 gram of pure wild flower garden seeds is enough for 1 square metre of soil. Try mixing the seed with silver sand to help you see where you've been and make your distribution more even.
Rake the area lightly after sowing and cover with netting to protect from birds and cats. Ensure the soil is kept moist during hot, dry periods for the best germination.
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