Cornfield seed collection

large 2 gram packet £3.99
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Buy Cornfield seed collection cornfield collection: A collection of native wildflowers

  • Position: full sun
  • Soil: poor, well-drained soil
  • Rate of growth: average
  • Hardiness: fully hardy

    These summer-flowering wildflowers can be used in the border as an alternative to seasonal bedding, adding colour as well as helping to sustain the ecosystem.

    One packet contains 2 grams of seed, which will cover approximately 2 square metres.

    The collection contains:
    charlock – Synapses alba
    cornflower – Centaurea cyanus
    corn Chamomile – Anthemis arvensis
    corn Marigold – Chrysanthemum segetum
    field forget-me-not – Myosotis arvensis
    field poppy – Papaver rhoeas
    white campion – Silene latifolia

  • Garden care: Rake the soil well to form a fine tilth and then sow seeds, scattering them evenly before raking them in and firming down. Keep them well watered initially and remove any weeds if they appear. Wildflowers prefer poor soils so avoid using fertilisers. Deadhead regularly to prolong flowering, and in autumn, after the plants have spread their seed, cut them down to the ground before adding to the compost bin.

  • Sow: March - May or September - October

  • Flowering: August - September or May - July

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For wild flower patch

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Arrived in a packet on time. Not much to say as they have not come up yet.

Jan

Blandford Forum

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Excellent value and quality

5

It is actually quite difficult to get a good wildflower meadow This product is one of the best I have found to achieve a beautiful effect

Linda

Cheshire

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Cornfield Seed collection

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