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Scottish Lowland Meadow Seed Mix

Scottish Lowland Meadow Seed Mix

Origin: Brechin, Angus

Soil Type: Well drained loam

Seeding rate: 4g per square metre

Approximate flowers: grasses ratio: 20:80

Species mix: Please see below

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Scottish Lowland Meadow Seed Mix

This is a beautiful and diverse meadow seed mix very typical of a type of species rich grassland in Scotland. It will thrive in well-drained loamy soils in open sites. It contains 17 wildflower species, of which we've listed the major components below, and a really nice mix of grasses.

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:

Yarrow Achillea millefolium

Common knapweed Centaurea nigra

Lady’s Bedstraw Galium verum

Ox-eye Daisy Leucanthemum vulgare

Ribwort Plantain Plantago lanceolata

Selfheal Prunella vulgaris

Meadow Buttercup Ranunculus acris

Yellow Rattle Rhinanthus minor

Common Sorrel Rumex acetosa

Devils-bit scabious Succisa pratensis

Grasses:

Common Bent Agrostis capillaris

Meadow foxtail Alopecurius pratensis

Sweet vernal grass Anthoxanthum odoratum

Crested Dog’s Tail Cynosurus cristatus

Chewings Fescue Festuca rubra ssp. commutata

Smooth-stalked Meadow Grass Poa pratensis

Other species are present in smaller quantities.

Supplier: Scotia Seeds

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James
Too soon

Ask for a review 6 months after planting?

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Tessa Williamson
Seeds

Arrived safely and nicely packaged

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Doreen Douglas
Scottish Lowlands

Already sent thank you email stating excellent service etc.
Seeds are a gift and I can confirm that recipient was over the moon !

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Philip LEECH

I haven't sown them yet, but from what I've seen they look enchanting and shall sow them as soon as the weather begins to clear up.

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Mr William Scambler

I just received them. It might be more pertinent to ask this question after they have had a chance to grow??????