Order Online or Call 01205 280069 for sales and advice

  • Visa
  • MasterCard
  • Maestro
  • PayPal
Show Prices:
(0 items)

Wildflower Seed Mixtures 20%

Wildflower seed mixtures containing 20% native wildflower seeds suitable for establishing rich wild flower meadows in a range of habitats. The method of creating wildflower meadows using 80% of appropriate grasses, with 20% of native wildflower seeds, based on research by the Nature Conservancy Council which has been adopted as an industry standard. Boston Seeds wildflower meadow mixtures are rich and well balanced, with a range of colours, heights and prolonged flowering period. All details are available from links in the product description. A Guide to Wildflower Species

 

Call 01205 280069 for wildflower advice and sales or buy securely online - all available with Next Day Delivery.

BSXM: Dual Purpose Wildflower Meadow Seeds

Use this unique wildflower mixture to provide colour in the first year, as well as a long-lasting grass and wildflower meadow. Includes yellow rattle.

 

  • Contains 30% British native wildflowers and 70% grasses, designed for impact in the first year after sowing, as well as longevity.
  • First year colour from 10% of bold cornfield annuals, followed by 20% of perennials which will begin flowering in the second year.
  • Sow at 5 grams per sqm - 1kg sows 200 sq/m
  • Click this link for Mixture contents and information

BSBM: Butterfly & Bee Wildflower Seeds

Use this mixture to create a grass and wildflower meadow attractive to bees, butterflies and other pollinators.

 

  • Bright and beautiful British native wildflowers, formulated to provide maximum food source for bees and butterflies, whilst creating a visually attractive meadow
  • Carefully formulated to include twenty species from the Royal Horticultural Society "Perfect For Pollinators" list, including yellow rattle.
  • Contains suitable grasses for meadow creation plus 20% native wildflower species plus Borage and Sainfoin to encourage a wide range of pollinating insects and other wildlife.
  • Sow at 5 grams per sqm - 1kg sows 200 sq/m
  • Click this link for Mixture contents and information

BSAM Annual Summer Bee Wildflower Meadow Seeds

Bright and Beautiful  wildflowers and meadow grasses to attract bees and butterflies, whilst creating a vibrant attractive meadow.

 

  • Selection of yellow, blue, red and pink flowers
  • Sow in spring for flowers in year one from May - October
  • Grasses create a long lasting meadow
  • Sow at 5 grams per sqm - 1kg sows 200 sq/m
  • 100% wildflowers can be added in future years if desired

BSDM Diamond Jubilee Wildflower Meadow Seeds

New for 2019 - a beautiful selection of red, white and blue wildflowers and meadow grasses. The perfect patriotic celebration for any occasion.

 

  • Bold red, white and blue colours
  • Sow in spring for flowers in year one May - October
  • Grasses create a long-lasting meadow
  • A mixture of annual British wildflowers and non-native species
  • Sow at 5 grams per sq/m - 1kg covers 200sq/m
  • 100% wildflowers can be added in future years if desired

BSPOPM: Commemorative Poppy Wildflower Seeds

Use this mixture to create a beautiful grass and wildflower meadow with our special mix to commemorate the 100th anniversary of the First World War.

 

  • Produces a bold display of striking Flanders poppies.
  • Contains four British native wildflower species, including 4% Corn Chamomile, 7% Corn Cockle, 1% Cornflower and 8% Common Poppy and a selection of attractive meadow grasses.
  • Sow at 5 grams per sqm - 1kg sows 200 sq/m

BS1M: General Purpose Wildflower Meadow Seeds

Use this mixture to create a natural-looking, permanent meadow of British wildflowers and grasses.

 

  • Contains twenty three British native wildflower species, including Meadow Buttercup, Red Campion, Night-Flowering Catchfly and Yellow Rattle.
  • This popular mixture will establish easily and contains species frequently found in a diverse range of soil types and habitats.
  • Sow at 5 grams per sqm - 1kg sows 200 sq/m
  • Click this link for Mixture contents and information

CSS3 Wildflower Meadow, also suitable for AB8

Use this mixture for Wildflower Meadows, also suitable for AB8 :

  • Provides a rich habitat for butterflies, moths, insects, birds and small mammals
  • An extended number of species of grasses, legumes and wildflowers
  • Can be sown on its own or in conjunction with our other wildflower mixtures
  • Suitable for Countryside Stewardship AB8 GS8 GS14 SW1 SW2 SW3 SW4 SW7 SW8 WT1 WT2
    Contains: 10% Hard fescue, 10% Slender Creeping red fescue, 15% Timothy, 10% Chewing's fescue, 20% Strong Creeping red fescue, 6% Smooth-stalked meadow grass, 4% Crested dog's tail, 2% Tall oatgrass, 2% Meadow foxtail, 10% Red clover, 2% Alsike clover, 2% Ribwort plantain, 2% Bird's foot trefoil, 1% Self Heal, 1% Ox-eye daisy, 1% Lady's bedstraw, 1% Common Knapweed, 1% Wild carrot
  • Used to be called BSWF10
  • Sowing rate: 20kg/ha. Pack size: 20kg 

BS2M: Chalk & Limestone Soils Wildflower Seeds

Use this wildflower mix to create a grass and wildflower meadow in downland areas on chalky and calcareous soils.

 

  • Contains twenty three British native wildflower species, including Salad Burnet, Wild Marjoram, Self-heal and Toadflax.
  • Species contained in this mixture are typically found in natural chalk and limestone meadows.
  • Sow at 5 grams per sqm - 1kg sows 200 sq/m
  • Click this link for Mixture contents and information

BS3M: Dry, Sandy Loam Soils Wildflower Seeds

Use this mixture to establish a permanent, diverse wildflower and grass meadow on dry and sandy soils

 

  • Contains twenty four British native wildflower species, including Black Medick, White Campion, Wild Carrot and Forget-me-not.
  • Species in this mixture are frequently found in grassland on lighter, well-drained soils which tend to be dry in summer, eg; sandy loams, stony loams which crumble to the touch; well drained slopes and embankments.
  • Sow at 5 grams per sqm - 1kg sows 200 sq/m
  • Click this link for Mixture contents and information

BS4M: Loam & Alluvial Soils Wildflower Seeds

Use this mix to establish wildflowers and grasses on wet loam soils and create a natural-looking, lowland meadow.

 

  • Contains twenty three British native wildflower species, including Lady's Bedstraw, Ox-eye Daisy, Greater Knapweed and Common Sorrel.
  • Species in this mixture are frequently found on moisture retentive loamy soils, typical of many lowland meadows with free drainage.
  • Sow at 5 grams per sqm - 1kg sows 200 sq/m
  • Click this link for Mixture contents and information

BS5M: Heavy Clay Soils Wildflower Meadow Seeds

Use this mixture to create a natural-looking grass and wildflower meadow on heavy soils and in low lying, wet areas.

 

  • Contains twenty four British native wildflower species, including Common Agrimony, Betony, Corn Chamomile, and Meadowsweet. 
  • Species in this mixture are frequently found in grassland on heavier soils subject to occasional/seasonal water logging. Suitable for low lying areas on clays and silts, or, locations with poor drainage.
  • Sow at 5 grams per sqm - 1kg sows 200 sq/m
  • Click this link for Mixture contents and information

BS6M: Wetland & Pond Edge Wildflower Seeds

Use this mixture to establish wildflowers and grasses alongside waterways, ponds and other wetland areas.

 

  • Contains twenty two British native wildflower species, including Water Avens, Yellow-flag Iris, Ragged Robin and Common Sedge.
  • Species in this mixture are frequently found in grassland alongside streams, ponds and rivers and will also thrive in wet low lying land. Avoid sowing if there is imminent risk of flooding.
  • Sow at 5 grams per sqm - 1kg sows 200 sq/m
  • Click this link for Mixture contents and information

BS7M: Hedgerow & Light Shade Wildflower Seeds

Use this mixture to establish wildflowers and grasses in areas of partial and semi shade, such as hedgerows or other areas in sunlight for only part of the day.

 

  • Contains twenty two British native wildflower species, including Cowslip, Foxglove, Dark Mullein and Common St John's-Wort.
  • Species in this mixture are frequently found in hedgerows, woodland edges, clearings and open woods. Can also be sown in partial shade; hedge bottoms, tree plantations and woodland rides.
  • Sow at 5 grams per sqm - 1kg sows 200 sq/m
  • Click this link for Mixture contents and information

BS8M: Woodland & Heavy Shade Wildflower Seeds

Use this mixture to establish wildflowers and grasses in areas of dense shade, such as woodland and areas in shade for much of the day.

 

  • Contains twenty four British native wildflower species, including Nettle-leaved Bellflower, Bluebell, Meadowsweet and Tufted Vetch.
  • Species in this mixture are frequently found in wooded areas, alongside woodland edges and in clearings. Shade may be heavy or prolonged.
  • Sow at 5 grams per sqm - 1kg sows 200 sq/m
  • Click this link for Mixture contents and information

BS9M: Cornfield Annuals Wildflower Meadow Seeds

Use this mixture to create a bold display of British annual wildflowers along with meadow grasses.

 

  • Contains five British native wildflower species, including Corn Chamomile, Corn Cockle, Cornflower, Corn Marigold and Common Poppy.
  • The annual species included could be found in most cultivated soils and disturbed areas. They can be sown in a situation where 'instant' colour is required, or combined with other Boston Seeds mixtures containing perennial species when flowers are required during the first year.
  • Sow at 5 grams per sqm - 1kg sows 200 sq/m
  • Click this link for Mixture contents and information

BS10M: Coastal Areas Wildflower Meadow Seeds

Use this mix to establish a natural wildflower and grass meadow in coastal areas on sandy or calcareous loams

 

  • Contains nineteen British native wildflower species, including Haresfoot Clover and Evening Primrose.
  • Species in this mixture are frequently found in coastal areas that contain sandy loams, stony loams or calcareous loams. Able to tolerate moderate salinity.
  • Sowing Rate: 80/20 - 5 gms/m2.
  • Click this link for Mixture contents and information

BS11M: Acidic Soils Wildflower Meadow Seeds

Use this mixture to establish wildflowers and grasses on poorer quality or acidic soils, including peat, heath and moors.

 

  • Contains twenty one British native wildflower species, including Betony, Greater Bird's-foot Trefoil, Ragged Robin and Devil's-bit Scabious.
  • Species in this mixture are frequently found on poor acidic soils which tend to be dominated by a mineral or an organic content eg; heath land, peaty soils and moor land areas.
  • Sow at 5 grams per sqm - 1kg sows 200 sq/m
  • Click this link for Mixture contents and information

BS12M: Low Growing Wildflower Meadow Seeds

Use this mixture to create a lower growing area of grass and wildflowers, ideal for flowering lawns or where important not to inhibit visibility.

 

  • Contains a blend of twenty low growing wildflower species, including Forget Me Not, Yellow Rattle, Cowslip, Bladder Campion and Ragged Robin.
  • Formulated to contain only lower growing species, ideal for areas where it is import not to restrict visibility such as alongside roads. 
  • Sow at 5 grams per sqm - 1kg sows 200 sq/m
  • Click this link for Mixture contents and information.

BS14M: Wild Bird Seed Wildflower Meadow Seeds

Use this mixture to create a wildflower and grass mixture attractive to a range of birds, plus seed bearing plants to provide a winter food source.

 

  • Contains fifteen British native wildflower species and five non-native species, including Wild Carrot, Goat's-beard, Field Scabious and Teasel.
  • This mixture contains species to attract butterflies, bees and other insects during the summer and produces seeds/grains for wild birds to feed on during the winter months
  • Certain seed producing species are annuals and ideally need to be spring sown
  • Sow at 5 grams per sqm - 1kg sows 200 sq/m
  • Click this link for Mixture contents and information

BS Handheld Spreader BS125

This user-friendly hand-held broadcast is useful for spreading wildflower seeds, or for general use in small gardens etc. Can be used for seed and fertiliser.

 

  • Flow control
  • Capacity: 1kg Seed / 3kg Fertiliser
  • Spreading pattern: 1.5 - 2 metres

We use cookies to make your experience of our website better.

By continuing to use our website you agree to this - I agree - No thanks - Find out more