What is Improver?
Loam & Alluvial 80/20 Meadow Mix
£12.50 – £2,039.00 inc VAT
This particular mix is for use on loamy soils, which are a mixture of soil types that are moisture retentive. Containing 27 British native wildflower species and 9 grass species, the wide-ranging seed mix is specifically used to establish grasses and wildflowers in lowland meadows with free drainage to provide a rich and gorgeous habitat. Predominantly a perennial mix, the wildflowers will flower from early Spring to October with heights ranging from 10cm to 200cm.
Mix: 80% Grasses to 20% Wildflowers by weight
Sowing Rate: 5g per square metre
Bedstraw, Lady’s, (Galium verum), Birdsfoot Trefoil, (Lotus corniculatus), Black Medick, (Medicago lupulina), Buttercup, Bulbous, (Ranunculus bulbosus), Buttercup, Meadow, (Ranunculus acris), Campion, Bladder, (Silene vulgaris), Campion, White, (Silene alba), Carrot, Wild, (Daucus carota), Red Clover, (Trifolium pratense), Cowslip, (Primula veris), Daisy, Ox-eye, (Leucanthemum vulgare), Forget-me-not, Field, (Myosotis arvensis), Hawkbit, Rough, (Leontodon hispidus), Knapweed, Common, (Centaurea nigra), Mignonette, Wild, (Reseda lutea), Plantain, Hoary, (Plantago media), Plantain, Ribwort, (Plantago lanceolata), Sanfoin, Scabious, Field, (Knautia arvensis), Self-heal, (Prunella vulgaris), Sorrel, Common, (Rumex acetosa), St John’s-wort, Common, (Hypericum perforatum), Toadflax, Common, (Linaria vulgaris), Trefoil, Bird’s-foot, (Lotus corniculatus), Viper’s Bugloss, (Echium vulgare), Wild Carrot, (Daucus carota), Yarrow, (Achillea millefolium), Yellow Oat, (Trisetum flavascens), Hard fescue, Slender Creeping red fescue, Timothy, Chewing’s fescue, Strong Creeping red fescue, Smooth-stalked meadow, Sheeps fescue, Tall oat, Meadow foxtail