Late Flowering Wildflower Mix

The Late Flowering Wildflower Mix contains perennials, biennials and annuals that bring a Summer/Autumn display to open spaces with well-drained soils such as meadows and public spaces.


Wildflower  Percentage Wildflower  Percentage
Vetch; Common 11.00% Knapweed; Greater 3.00%
Agrimony 9.00% Bedstraw; Hedge 2.50%
Plantain; Ribwort 7.00% Bedstraw; Lady’s 2.50%
Buttercup; Meadow 6.50% Evening-primrose; Common 2.50%
Knapweed; Common 6.50% Hawkbit; Autumn 2.00%
Medick; Black 5.50% Mignonette; Wild 2.00%
Selfheal 5.50% Scabious; Small 2.00%
Scabious; Field 5.00% Basil; Wild 1.00%
Bird’s-foot-trefoil; Common 4.50% St John’s-wort; Perforate 1.00%
Carrot; Wild 4.50% Bellflower; Clustered 0.50%
Vetch; Kidney 4.00% Marjoram; Wild 0.50%
Soapwort 4.00% Daisy 0.25%
Daisy; Oxeye 3.50% Harebell 0.25%
Yarrow 3.50%




Soil Type Good
Maximum Height 150cm
Flowering Period May – October
Coverage 1.5-2g/m2
Frequency Perennials/Biennials/Annuals
Shade  3 out of 5
Sun 5 out of 5
Drainage  5 out of 5
Colours  5 out of 5
Pollinator  5 out of 5


In this mix

Yarrow/Achillia millefolium

Yarrow has fine feathery green leaves with large clustered flower heads on tall stems. The flowers are mostly white but can become slightly pink. A good general-purpose late flowering species which can cope with waste ground and can be used for restoring arable grassland. A valuable flower for native wildlife, which enjoys sunny areas.

Frequency Perennial
Height 8 – 50cm
Colour White, occasionally
dusty pink
Flowering period June – November
Soil Sand, Clay, Limestone
pH Neutral
Moisture Dry to Wet

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