Meadow Over-Seeding Just Wild Flowers

Ref: mixwfos

This wild flower only seed mixture can be sown successfully into open swards that are free of aggressive grasses and perennial weeds. Cut or graze hard, harrow or rake to create at least fifty percent bare soil before broadcasting and rolling the seed in. This mixture should be sown in the autumn when grass swards are more open and less aggressive. Please note that this mixture attracts VAT which will be added on at checkout. Due to a shortage of wildflowers we are currently unable to offer this mixture. It will be back and available next year.

Persistence (0-10 Years)

Contents per Kg%kg
Ladys Bedstraw5.00.050
Lesser Knapweed8.00.080
Meadow Buttercup2.00.020
Ox-eye Daisy6.00.060
Red Campion7.00.070
native red clover6.50.065
Ribwort Plantain6.00.060
commercial Sainfoin8.00.080
Salad Burnet14.50.145
Self Heal13.50.135
Small Scabious2.50.025
White Campion6.00.060
Wild Carrot5.00.050
Yellow Rattle2.00.020

£118.85 / Kg

Sowing rate: 2.0kg/acre (5.0kg/ha)

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Wild Flower

Ladys Bedstraw

This is a weakly stemmed, sprawling species, when cut is has a notable sweet smell.

Ladys Bedstraw Species Guide

Wild Flower

Lesser Knapweed

Lesser knapweed is also known as common black knapweed. It is a competitive wild flower found throughout the UK and parts of western Europe, in old meadows and roadsides. It may be known as 'hardheads'.

Lesser Knapweed Species Guide


Native Red Clover

Native red clover, sometimes known as Essex or indigenous red clover, is a native variety to the UK. Generally this variety is smaller and lower yielding than an agriculturally bred strain, but with a longer lifespan. Despite being lower yielding than some varieties, it is notably early to flower, often seen from April to May.

Native Red Clover Species Guide

Wild Flower

Ox-eye Daisy

Oxeye daisy is a robust, reliable wild flower species.

Ox-eye Daisy Species Guide



Sainfoin is extremely palatable to livestock and has very good nutritional balance. It can be grazed or fed as hay or silage. It suits the thin soils and limestone rich downlands found in some areas of the UK. Loosely translated sainfoin in French means 'Healthy Hay'.

Sainfoin Species Guide  Buy Sainfoin Straight

Wild Flower

Self Heal (Prunella vulgaris)

Self heal is a low growing plant widely found throughout the UK.

Self Heal (Prunella vulgaris) Species Guide

Wild Flower

Wild Carrot

This is a reliable pioneer species, which is quick to germinate and establish. It is found across the UK and Western Europe.

Wild Carrot Species Guide

Wild Flower

Yellow Rattle

Low to medium semi-parasitic annual, that is variable in both height (3 inches to 2 feet) and in growth. It's toothed unstalked leaves are sometimes narrow and others are nearly 1 inch broad. The stem is stif and 4-angled.

Yellow Rattle Species Guide