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Mix 5. Woodland
Light levels in woodland are often insufficient for wild flowers to be able to produce adequate seed so many woodland plants have developed alternative strategies such as producing runners (bugle and yellow archangel) or underground rhizomes (wood anemone). This seed mix is restricted to species which produce seed: bluebells, which can produce seed in heavy shade, woodland or woodland edge plants such as foxglove (biennials), nettle-leaved bellflower, wood avens and red campion, which need a sunny glade and a number of meadow species which are often found in woodland.

Wild Flowers
4%    Betony
7%    Bluebell
8%    Foxglove
2%    Hairy St Johns Wort
12%  Hedge Bedstraw
5%    Lesser Knapweed
7%    Meadow Sweet
5%    Nettle-leaved Bellflower
6%    Ragged Robin
15%  Red Campion
14%  Seltheal
15%  Wood Avens

25% Chewings Fescue
5%   Common Bent
35% Crested Dogstail
5%   Meadow Foxtail
13% Smooth Meadow Grass
2%   Sweet Vernal Grass
15% Wood Meadow Grass

Sowing rate: 3-5g/m2
Use the higher rate for poor seedbeds, small areas, (less than a tennis court) or where Spring sowing.

Grass and Flower Prices
1kg of these mixes contain 200gm (20%) wildflower seed,
(80%) grass seed.

Price per KG: £42.00
Price per 100g: £5.00

Flowers only Prices
Price per KG:
Price per 100g: £15.00

Mix 5. Woodland
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