Loam Soil Wildflower Mix

The Loam Soil Wildflower Mix Contains a selection of perennials, biennials and annuals which can flourish in loam and alluvial free-draining soils. These soils are often found on/near farmland to bring colour to a large open space.



Wildflower  Percentage Wildflower  Percentage
Burnet; Salad 9.50% Bird’s-foot-trefoil; Common 5.00%
Medick; Black 8.00% Campion; White 5.00%
Yellow-rattle 8.00% Bedstraw; Lady’s 4.00%
Knapweed; Common 7.50% Dandelion; Common 4.00%
Buttercup; Meadow 7.00% Yarrow 3.50%
Plantain; Ribwort 6.50% Cat’s-ear 3.00%
Sorrel; Common 6.50% Ragged-robin 2.50%
Carrot; Wild 5.50% Plantain; Hoary 2.00%
Daisy; Oxeye 5.50% Cowslip 1.00%
Selfheal 5.50% Mouse-ear; Common 0.50%




Soil Type Alluvial
Maximum Height 150cm
Flowering Period April – September
Coverage 1.5-2g/m2
Frequency Perennials/Biennials/Annuals
Shade  2 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

Common Bird’s-foot-trefoil / Lotus corniculatus
This small yellow flower is a widespread native plant, which can thrive in a number of conditions including disturbed ground, and suits
loam soils well. One of its common names is eggs and bacon, a reference to the yellow and red colours of its flowers. It has a low-lying habit, and is an important food plant for many butterflies and caterpillars.

Frequency Perennial
Height Up to 30cm
Colour Yellow
Flowering period July – October
Soil Loam, Chalk, Sand
pH Acid – Alkaline
Moisture Dry to Saturated

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