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Sandro's Irish Wildflower Conservation Grade Seed Mixture:  

Range:  Wild Flower Mixtures  (Code GF)

 

Product Name: Small Garden Lawn Mix

Product Code:  GF01 

If purchasing this seed mix, print or save this page and keep it as your reference as the species and advice change occasionally

 

Description: 
GF01 contains well behaved species ideal for smaller gardens and formal wildflower lawns. 

This mixtures contains the most colourful of all the tidy species in our entire range and suits nearly every situation.  

This mixture is not intended for fertile soils as the resulting weeds or grass will smother it. 

Plant in full sun, where it will flower in the first year.

Dislikes very wet or very dry soil.

Requires only one cut pre year, but two or three cuts in second or subsequent years will make it more tidy for your garden and help it to flower more, cut to 4 inches.

 

Mixture Specifications: 
Origin: 100% Native Irish Origin, Wildflower Seed Mixture.
pH range: Suits most garden soils.
Aspect: Sunny
Life Cycle: Contains Annuals, Biennials & Perennials. 
Height Range: 30cm - 80cm 
Flowering Period:  May to August.
Fertility Range: Will grow on any soil, the less fertile the soil, the smaller the growth, and less cutting will be required.
Wintergreen: Moderate 
Total number of seeds per gram: 1600 

 

Species List: 
Black Meddick, Centaury, Corn Marigold, Corn Poppy, Cornflower, Corncockle, Cowslip, Devil's Bit Scabious, Eyebright, Kidney Vetch, Lady's Bedstraw, Marjoram, Scented Mayweed, Ox-eye Daisy, Red Bartsia, Red Campion, Red Clover, Selfheal, Sorrel, St Johnswort, Yarrow, Yellow Rattle.

WF01

Seed Sowing Rates:  
Sowing rate: 1.5 grams per metre.

Nurse Crop: A nurse crop is not required 

 

Product Warning: DBN recommends that this mixture is not for human or animal consumption. Product Warning

 

Your purchase: Contributes to DBN's work of creating crops of Conservation Grade - Native Origin Wild flora. 

You help us to inform and pay land-owners to manage native species and to assist DBN in handing on our heritage for another generation. 
By growing (some will be difficult) these and all other species, you directly help to conserve national and global Biodiversity and protect wildlife. 

You should also consider yourself another Irish wildflower grower.

 

Email: info@wildflowers.ie

 

Last updated on 08/02/2019