Irish Wildflower Conservation Grade Seed Mixture:
Wild Flower Mixtures (Code GF)
Product Name: Simple Wildflower Meadow Mixture (Moist
Product Code: GF02
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seed mix, print or save this page and keep it as your reference as the
species and advice change occasionally
GF01 contains easy to grow wildflower species.
an ideal seed mixture for any normal moist to damp garden or meadow.
This mixtures suits nearly every soil
situation in Ireland bar soils that dry out.
species are all proven growers in garden and meadow situations, they are
real easy wildflowers, ideal for beginners and very versatile, meaning
they can be cut 2 to 3 times from 2nd year or just once..
mixture can be cut short at the front of the meadow, left medium height in
center and left tall at back, cutting the whole meadow in spring and lower
sections cut during and after the summer.
provide strong vibrant colours in swathes and patches , at three different
the low price is set to beat off imported French and Dutch seed mixtures
offered on some British wildflower web sites, so you get what you pay for.
Acidy/alkalinity/ pH range: Suits all soils, but if you have a
choose another mix
Life Cycle: Contains Annuals, Biennials
Height Range: 30cm - 140cm depends on cutting
Flowering Period: May to July, to September
grow on any soil that doesn't dry out, the less fertile the soil, the smaller the growth, and
less cutting will be required. The more fertile the soil, the taller the meadow will grow and need more cutting
Trefoil, Black Meddick, Cowslip, Devil's Bit Scabious, Lesser Knapweed,
Meadowsweet, Ox-eye Daisy, Red Clover, Ribwort Plantain,
Purple Loosestrife, Selfheal, Wild Carrot, Yarrow, Yellow Rattle. Mullein,
Lady's Bedstraw, St Johnswort, and 40% annuals Corn
Marigold, Corn Poppy, Corncockle, Cornflower, Scented Mayweed.
Photo shows first year annuals
Seed Sowing Rates:
Sowing rate: 1.5 grams per metre/ without added grass, if mixing with grass seed use 1.5 grams of wildflower and 1.5 grams of grass up to 6 grams of grass seed.
Crop: A nurse crop is not required