Cornfield Annual Wildflower mix
45% Agrostemma githago – Corn Cockle
10% Anthemis arvensis – Corn Chamomile
15% Centaurea cyanus – Cornflower
20% Glebionis segetum – Corn Marigold
10% Papaver rhoeas – Wild Poppy
Annual wildflowers which are suitable for a wide range of soils including fertile ones, producing flowers from either an autumn, winter or spring sowing. The flowers would normally peak in June though a later sowing peaks later.
Sowing Instructions: Sow in Autumn, Winter or early Spring. Create a weed-free bed and rake to a fine tilth, then firm by treading. Sow evenly and tread again to create good seed/soil contact. The area should be allowed to grow and flower and not cut until late summer until all the seed has ripened. This should be left to dry for a week or so, turned to let all the seeds drop back into the soil, and some of the haulm can be left in situ to mulch and feed the soil. Sowing rate: 2g/m2