What is Improver?
Acidic Soils 80/20 Meadow Mix
£18.00 – £2,142.00 inc VAT
This particular mix of species is used on acidic soils where organic content or a mineral tends to dominate, including peaty soils, moors, and heathland. Containing 21 British native wildflower species and 9 types of grass, plants from this mixture are frequently seen in these sites, making them an ideal seed mixture to provide a gorgeous flowering display from May right through to October. Heights range from 10cm to 150cm.
Mix: 80% Grasses to 20% Wildflowers by weight
Sowing Rate: 5g per square metre
Agrimony, Fragrant, (Agrimonia procera), Bedstraw, Lady’s, (Galium verum), Betony, (Stachys officinalis), Buttercup, Meadow, (Ranunculus acris), Cat’s-ear, Common, (Hypochaeris radicata), Cornflower, (Centaurea cyanus), Daisy, Ox-eye, (Leucanthemum vulgare), Foxglove, Wild, (Digitalis purpurea), Knapweed, Common, (Centaurea nigra), Ragged Robin, (Lychnis flos-cuculi), Sage, Wood, (Teucrium scorodonia), Scabious, Devil’s-bit, (Succisa pratensis), Sneezewort, (Achillea ptarmica), Sorrel, Common, (Rumex acetosa), Sorrel, Sheep’s, (Rumex acetosella), St John’s-wort, Common, (Hypericum perforatum), Trefoil, Bird’s-foot, (Lotus corniculatus), Trefoil, Greater Bird’s-foot, (Lotus uliginosus), Vetch, Tufted, (Vicia cracca), Yarrow, (Achillea millefolium), Yellow-rattle, (Rhinanthus minor), Hard fescue, Slender Creeping red fescue, Timothy, Chewing’s fescue, Strong Creeping red fescue, Smooth-stalked meadow grass, Sheeps fescue, Tall oatgrass, Meadow foxtail