Clay Soils Seed Mix

Clay Soils Seed Mix

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Garden Perennial Seeds For Clay Soils Summer Flowering UK Native Wild Flowers

  • Garden Perennial Seeds For Clay Soils

    These sensational Garden Perennial Seeds For Clay Soils will look stunning in your garden.
    If you're struggling to get anything to grow because you have a heavy clay soil, then here is your answer.
    No need for hours of back breaking digging.
    Don't waste time and money planting things that will not tolerate your soil type.
    Help to preserve these gems of the native flora.
    Mow or scythe once a year,
    All species are insect attracting. Some will provide food plants for butterfly and moth larvae.
    Grow as a border or meadow feature.
     
    Species List Included in the Garden Perennial Seeds For Clay Soils
     
    Yarrow
    Betony
    Common Knapweed
    Meadowsweet
    Lady's Bedstraw
    Meadow vetchling
    Oxeye Daisy
    Birdsfoot Trefoil
    Ribwort Plantain
    Cowslip
    Selfheal
    Meadow Buttercup
    Yellow Rattle
    Common Sorrel
    Ragged Robin
    Wild Red Clover
     
    Grasses
    Common Bent
    Meadow Foxtail
    Sweet Vernal
    Quaking
    Crested Dogtail
    Slender-Creeping Red Fescue
    Small cat's-Tail
    Meadow Barley
    Smooth-Stalked Meadow Grass
     
     
     
     
  • Benefits* Great for Insects & Bees * Excellent Per

    • Great for Insects & Bees
    • Excellent Perennial for beds and borders
    • Lovely as a cut flowers.
    • Grow up to 60cm High.
    • Repeat flowering throughout the summer.
    • Wonderful in a mixed Native Meadow (see our other seeds)
    • Natural Seedling Variation In Colour
  • Sowing Instructions

    Sowing rate if sown alone: 2g per square metre.
     
    Sow your Garden Perennial Seeds as soon as they arrive from April through to Autumn. They will begin to grow immediately providing conditions are right. Autumn sowings will germinate, sit still as mini plants through the winter months, then romp away in spring the following year. An autumn sowing will mean flowers the following summer from some of the species.