- Shaded Area Wildflower Seed
- Full of stunning shade-loving wildflowers
- Makes a vivid meadow in shadey spots
- Wonderful for wildlife
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Some spots in your garden may pose a problem due to a lack of light, but they can easily become purposeful again with our signature shade wildflower seed mix of annuals and perennials. Bluebell, Foxglove and Forget-Me-Nots mirror the wildflowers you would naturally find growing wild on the forest floor as they favour dark and moist conditions. Our Shade Showcase mix will thrive in your shaded areas and bring them back into the light with fascinating, flamboyant flora!
|5g per m2
|When to see blooms
|This wildflower mix contains meadow grass, annual wildflowers and perennial wildflowers. The meadow grass in this mix helps to keep weeds at bay and will also provide a habitat for wildlife. The meadow grass will grow first when temperatures are 10 degrees and above. The annual wildflowers will follow and bloom 60-80 days after they are sown. The perennial wildflowers will take up to 12 months to bloom.
Thanks for your question. Shade Showcase is a mix of annuals, perennials and grasses. Please find below the full breakdown;
Hedge Parsley (Upright)
Square Stemmed St. Johns Wort
Forget Me Not
Slender Creeping Red Fescue
Strong Creeping Red Fescue
Wood Meadow Grass
If you have any other questions please do not hesitate to ask
Thank you for your question. Shade Showcase is made up of annual and perennial wildflowers and meadow grasses. The grasses in this mix help to keep your meadow weed free and make a great habitat for wildlife in winter when your meadow is not in bloom.
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Yes, at the end of their first blooming season, you will notice the leaves of your wildflowers will turn brown. This signals the end of their bloom, and it’s time to cut them down to kickstart their growth for the following year. Using your garden shears or strimmer, cut your wildflowers down to 7cm. As you do this, the seed heads will have dropped onto the soil surface. Remove the majority of the clippings but leave the seed heads behind. Firm them into the soil by foot to embed them, and your wildflowers should return the following year.
Thank you for your question. This wildflower mix is made up of annuals, perennials and meadow grasses. The meadow grass in this mix helps to keep weeds at bay and will also provide a habitat for wildlife. The meadow grass will grow first when temperatures are 10 degrees and above. The annual wildflowers will follow and bloom 60-80 days after they are sown. The perennial wildflowers will take up to 12 months to bloom. I have emailed all the wildflowers that are in this mix onto you - I hope this helps!