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Description: Shade tolerant native Irish wildflower mix. Tall vigorous, wildlife attracting mixture that will help the growth of young trees and fix nitrogen in the root zone. This wildflower mix is great alternative to high maintanace lawn or plants.


Creating Irish Native Wildflower meadow is great way to improve biodiversity, help bees, butterflies and other pollinators, but also improve your mental wellbeing.


  • 100% flower mix: no grass seeds
  • Seed Sowing Rates: 1.5 grams per metre
  • Low sowing rate: 1 gram per metre
  • High Sowing rate: 3 grams per meter
  • Optimal sowing period: March to June or August to October
  • Flowering period: Late May to August
  • Life Cycle: Annual / Biennial / Perennial


Species List: Black Medick, Birdsfoot Trefoil, Bluebell, Burdock,
Corn Marigold, Corn Poppy, Corncockle, Cornflower, Cowslip,
Field Scabious, Fleabane, Foxglove, Kidney Vetch, Lesser
Knapweed, Scented and Scentless Mayweed, Meadowsweet,
Mullein, Ox-eye Daisy, Red Campion, Sorrel, Teasel, Upright
Hedge Parsley, Cow Parsley, Wild Angelica, Wild Carrot, Yarrow,
Yellow Flag Iris, Wild Red Clover, Salad Burnet, White Bedstraw,
Selfheal, Yarrow


Species which will grow and remain in the woods when they develop if the conditions are ideal: Bluebell, Foxglove, Red Campion, Teasel, Upright Hedge Parsley, Wild Angelica,  Burdock,
Annual Species: Corn Marigold, Corn Poppy, Corncockle, Cornflower, Scented Mayweed, 
Biennial Species:  Burdock, Foxglove, Mullein, Teasel, Upright Hedge Parsley, Wild Angelica, Wild Carrot, Wild Parsnip


Sowings instructions: for best results remove all grass and weeds and sow on bare soil.. Alternatively mow grass on shortest setting and rake out as much as possible exposing bare soil. If sown into grass you will need to add yellow rattle seeds into mix, which suppress the grass growth. Sow seeds in 2 direction for even distribution. Rake lightly and roll or walk over seeds to achieve better contact with soil. If sowing in spring water regularly in first 2-3 weeks during dry weather until you see successful germination.


Maintanance: after flowering let the flowers self seed and cut meadow in autumn. Remove all vegetation to avoid enriching te soil, wildflowers thrive in poor soils.


Recommended read:

Irish Native Wildflowers: Area preparation, sowing and maintenance

Native Wildflowers for shade

Irish Native Wildflowers: Orchard mix (33 species)

Tax Included
  • 10g: 3-10 sqm (small garden)

    30g: 10-30 sqm (medium size garden)

    90g: 30-90 sqm (large size garden)

    250g: 83- 250 sqm (XL garden)

    500g: 166- 500 sqm (field)

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