This mixture works well with hedgerows and in fruit orchards, or in other area with dappled shade.
A mixture of 20% wildflower and 80% grass, this is great to put down on new areas or to regenerate neglected plots.
Slightly different to the heavy shade mix, with a range of flowers that will tolerate more sun and flower for longer.
The product might vary slightly,
COMMON ST JOHNS WORT
HAIRY ST JOHNS WORT
MUSK MALLOW MALVA
NETTLE LEAVED BELLFLOWER
UPRIGHT HEDGE PARSLEY
Your seeds need to make contact with the soil for germination so if you are sowing into an established grass area cut the grass back as low as you can and rake the ground to break up the soil and bring bare patches to the surface. Also, it needs to be free from weeds.
If its grass-free sow directly and then make sure your seeds have made contact with the soil by firming down (walking or rolling).
We recommend 5g per square meter and mixing coarse sand in with your seeds to help distribution, scatter over the area and sprinkle a little soil over the top.
Water the seeds in and keep watering if there is a dry spell.