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Somerset (North) Meadow Seed Mix

Somerset (North) Meadow Seed Mix

Orgin: North of Bath, southern end of Cotswolds

Soil type: Shallow soil on limestone

Seeding rate: 3g per square metre

Approximate flowers: grasses ratio: 63:37

Species mix: Please see below

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Somerset (North) Meadow Seed Mix

This lovely meadow seed mix is well known in wildflower seed circles. It is harvested from beautifully managed small hay meadows, which have been established on thin soils over limestone in a pretty valley outside Bath, on the southern edge of the Cotswolds. Gorgeous.

There are full instructions on the back of the packet. You can expect to receive your seed within five working days of placing an order.

Species making up over 4% of the mix are shown in bold.

Major Wildflower Species:

Common Knapweed Centaurea nigra

Rough Hawkbit Leontodon hispidus

Oxeye Daisy Leucanthemum vulgare

Black Medick Medicago lupulina

Ribwort Plantain Plantago lanceolata

Meadow Buttercup Ranunculus acris

Rhinanthus minor Yellow Rattle

Wild Red Clover Trifolium pratense

Sedges and Grasses

Sweet Vernal-grass Anthoxanthum odoratum

Quaking Grass Briza media

Upright Brome Bromopsis erecta

Glaucous Sedge Carex flacca

Crested Dogstail Cynosurus cristatus

Perennial Ryegrass Lolium perenne

Other species are present in smaller quantities.

Supplier: Emorsgate Seeds

Customer Reviews

Based on 6 reviews
garry Whittle

You buy seeds to enjoy this summer, but apparently you need to wait until next year ,
Bit disappointed to be hy

Deirdre Griffiths

Excellent service

Lyn Bohin
Not been delivered yet

Can’t not review seed as not received product yet! When can expect my deliver ?

Hi Lyn - I'm sorry about your order's non-appearance. As our private email correspondence, it was sent on the 5th and Royal Mail seem to have lost it, judging by the tracking details. We'll send a replacement ASAP.

Elizabeth Wilson
Yellow rattle and Somerset north mix

These arrived rapidly and will be planted in the next few weeks, looking forward to seeing how they do as Dad converts his front lawn to a meadow

Harry McPhillimy
Seems fine

I would maybe have given 5 star but haven't had a chance to sow them yet to see if they are viable.