Irish Wildflower Conservation Grade Seed Mixture:
Designer Wild Flower Mixtures (Code DW)
Name: Tall Wildflowers
purchasing this seed mix, print or save this page and keep it as your
reference as the species and advice change occasionally
new version of our tall flowering mixture is an improved version of a
timeless favourite amongst our customers as it requires minimum or no maintenance and suits most soil types.
DW03 is especially for large gardens,
country houses and landscapes which need dramatic impact, but it will do
at the back of small gardens..
This mixture contains species blended in a way that if left uncut can compete with grasses
and will spread to form bold clumps of insect attracting flora.
If it can be cut once a year all the better.
DW03 will act as a summer screen, and is ideal for sowing behind shorter
meadows, up to tall walls and on waste ground.
Included are particularly
useful for beneficial insects such as Yarrow, Burdock and Wild Angelica.
This is not a mixture for small gardens or the faint hearted, but it is spectacular and attracts all beneficial wildlife species.
Origin: 100% Native Irish Origin
pH range: Suits all soils, bar wet
Aspect: Sunny to occasional shade
Contains Perennials or Biennials and Cornfield Annuals.
Height Range: 50cm - 200cm
Flowering Period: May to October.
grow on any soil, the less fertile the soil, the
less cutting will be required.
Total number of seeds per gram: 1700
photograph is one day in the life of an ever changing meadow.
Alexanders, Bladder Campion, Burdock, Common Vetch, Corn
Marigold, Corn Poppy, Corncockle, Cornflower, Field Scabious, Foxglove,
Greater Trefoil, Hedge Garlic Mustard, Hemp Agrimony, Cow-Parsley, Lesser
Knapweed, Scented Mayweed, Meadowsweet, Mullein, Opium Poppy, Ox-eye
Daisy, Purple Loosestrife, Red Campion, St
Johnswort, Sorrel, Teasel, Upright Hedge Parsley, Weld -Yellow weed, Wild
Angelica, Wild Carrot, Yarrow, Yellow Flag Iris, Mugwort, Pokeweed, White
Seed Sowing Rates:
Pure wildflowers - no grass no annuals: 1
to 1.5 grams per metre.
If with added annuals: Add 1 to 2 grams per
grass seed: Add 1 to 5 grams per metre
seed or nurse crop requirement:
Crop: A nurse crop is not required