Pro Basic 25 Wildflower Meadow Mix is a specially formulated mix that has been designed to incorporate a solid mixture of commonly found species that can flourish in a wide variety of growing conditions
Pro Basic 25 Wildflower Meadow Mix is a specially formulated mix that has been designed to incorporate a solid mixture of commonly found species that can flourish in a wide variety of growing conditions. The result is a mix that provides a beautiful and colourful wildflower habitat that enhances biodiversity in the planting area, attracting many different types of wildlife. Pro Basic 25 Wildflower Meadow Mix consists of eight common but successful native British wildflower species, with a combination of 17 mainly perennial native British wildflower species added to them. Sowing is best achieved when the seed is mixed with dry sand, dry sifted topsoil or sawdust and evenly spread. The seedbed should be lightly raked and rolled before this as it is important that the seeds make contact with the moisture in the soil.
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Pro Basic 25 Wildflower Meadow Mix Contents
Low Maintenance Grass Seed, Ladys Bedstraw, Common Birds Foot Trefoil, Salad Burnet, Meadow Buttercup, White Campion, Wild Carrot, Cowslip, Oxeye Daisy, Common Dandelion, Common Knapweed, Greater Knapweed, Black Medick, Hoary Plantain, Ribwort Plantain, Selfheal, Yellow-Rattle, Yarrow, Common Sorrel, Kidney Vetch, Common Vetch, Red Campion, Red Clover, Harebell, Mallow Musk, Field Scabious
Pro Basic 25 Wildflower Meadow Mix Sowing Rate & Times
100% Wildflower Mixes: 2g/m2
Grass and Wildflower Seed Mixes: 5g/m2
Optimum sowing possible in March, April, May, August, September, October
Wildflower Site Preparation
The planting site should be completely weed free, and annual weeds should be controlled through the use of a contact-based herbicide. Perennial weeds can be managed with a translocated herbicide such as Round-Up. Achieve a fine seed bed by cultivating, sow seed mix and roll to ensure firmness. Good contact between the soil and seeds promises for optimum results.