Species Rich Meadow
To help improve bio-diversity, this mix is full of UK native wildflowers. Low growing grass means you can leave cutting for at least a year from sowing. Then after, the fewer cuts the better, as the longer you leave between cuts, the more effective the flowers will be in helping pollinating insects.
The product might vary slightly,
COMMON CATS EAR
COMMON MOUSE EAR
NATIVE RED CLOVER
NATIVE WHITE CLOVER
LENDER CREEPING RED FESCUE
SMOOTH STALKED MEADOW GRASS
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.