New

Meadow Magic

Meadow Magic

Luxury 100% UK Native Wildflower Mix
Contains annuals and perennials for a flora-full meadow
A vibrant and versatile mix that can be introduced to any garden

Full Description
Incl. VAT: £33.60
£28.00 Ex. VAT
Per Bag

* Required Fields

Incl. VAT: £33.60
£28.00 Ex. VAT
Per Bag
Bulk Discount Savings

Bulk Discount Savings

There are currently extra discounts on offer for those who buy in bulk. It works out as follows:

  • 100kg to 199.99kg – 5%
  • 200kg to 349.99kg – 7.5%
  • 350kg to 499.99kg – 10%
  • 500kg+ - Please use our Bulk Order service
Order within:
hrs
min
sec

Select Next Working Day & receive on

SATURDAY DELIVERY

Please note that next day delivery only applies to working days which means it excludes Saturday and Sunday, orders placed before 2pm on Friday will be delivered on Monday.

We do have a Saturday delivery option however please note this is a premium rate delivery option which you must select and only applies to orders placed before 2pm on Friday.

How much do I need?

Find out how much to order using our simple surface area calculator, it will tell you how many KG's of seed to order so you do not order too much or too little.

Launch Seed Calculator

Seed Calculator

Please enter details about the area you require seed for and our seed calculator will then tell you how many kilograms you require based on the size of your area.

1What shape is the area?

  • Square
  • Circular
  • Eliptical
  • Triangle

2What are the dimensions of the area?


Width (m)
x

Length (m)

Diameter (m)

Width (m)
x

Length (m)

a (m)
x

b (m)
x

c (m)

3Amount Required

You require 0 kilograms of grass seed to cover 0m2

Related Products

Product Description

Product Description

Meadow Magic is quick to establish and perfect for sowing in areas of disrepair, such as road verges, untouched gardens or derelict sites to bring back some vibrancy. Meadow Magic can also be sown in beds, borders and pots to create a stunning arrangement of flora that is also RHS Plants for Pollinators approved. This luxury mix is made up of 100% wildflowers – there are no grass varieties present in this mixture and is therefore a premium wildflower mixture. The annual species within the mixture will flower vividly throughout the year one of establishment followed by the beautiful bloom of the perennial species over the coming seasons.

rhsplantsforpollinators

Mixture Breakdown

White Campion

whitecampion

When does it bloom?

May -  October

What colour is it?

White

Annual or Perennial?

Perennial

Latin Name

Silene latifolia

Description

The white sibling of Red Campion, this wildflower still holds it on with its lengthy rayed petals. At night time it is said to produce a clover scent that is attractive to many bees and pollinators.

6.5%

Cornflower

cornflower

When does it bloom?

June – August

What colour is it?

Violet

Annual or Perennial?

Annual

Latin Name

Centaurea cyanus

Description

Cornflower was previously considered a weed in amongst its cornfield annuals companions but is now accepted and widely praised as one of its finest! We're not surprised - who could dismiss those electric blue blooms?

9%

Corncockle

corncockle

When does it bloom?

May – September

What colour is it?

Purple

Annual or Perennial?

Annual

Latin Name

Agrostemma githago

Description

Corncockle is a pretty purple wildflower with tall stems and full petals and is a bright addition to any annuals mix. It is currently rare and endangered. 

21%

Oxeye Daisy

oxeyedaisy

When does it bloom?

May – September

What colour is it?

White / Yellow

Annual or Perennial?

Perennial

Latin Name

Leucanthemum vulgare

Description

Imagine the daisy chain these would make! Oxeye Daisy is the largest member of the daisy family and its almost flat surface makes the perfect landing pad for bees and pollinators.

2.5%

Foxglove

foxglove

When does it bloom?

June – September

What colour is it?

Pink / Purple

Annual or Perennial?

Perennial

Latin Name

Digitalis purpurea

Description

Foxgloves are biennial wildflowers that when sown will reward you with blooms for two whole years. Their bright pink / purple bells are attractive to bees and pollinators who tunnel in to feed on its nectar.

0.5%

Self Heal

selfheal

When does it bloom?

June – October

What colour is it?

Purple

Annual or Perennial?

Perennial

Latin Name

Prunella vulgaris

Description

As its name suggests, Self Heal was typically used in herbal medicine to stop bleeding and heal wounds - we're not too sure we can vouch for that, but it does bud pretty purple flowers!

6%

Corn Marigold

cornmarigold

When does it bloom?

June -  October

What colour is it?

Yellow

Annual or Perennial?

Annual

Latin Name

Glebionis segetum

Description

Corn Marigold is a bright ray of sunshine on a gloomy day. Its orange-yellow petals burst into life in June and last all the way through until October. Part of the cornfield annuals family, although this annual may have one showing - it’s a showstopper!

8.5%

Common Knapweed

commonknapweed

When does it bloom?

June - September

What colour is it?

Purple

Annual or Perennial?

Perennial

Latin Name

Centaurea nigra

Description

Common Knapweed can be mistaken for a thistle before it blooms, and once it does, it has magnificent starburst purple petals that resemble a firework display!

5%

Ribwort Plantain

ribwortplantain

When does it bloom?

January – December

What colour is it?

White / Brown

Annual or Perennial?

Perennial

Description

Ribwort Plantain although not the brightest wildflower, certainly adds a natural diversity to your wildflower meadow. Its tiny white buds provide food for bees and pollinators whilst its seeds are great for Goldfinches.

7%

Corn Poppy

corn poppy

When does it bloom?

June – August

What colour is it?

Red / Black

Annual or Perennial?

Annual

Latin Name

Papaver rhoeas

Description

Corn Poppy is a vibrant and bright addition to any meadow and easily recognisable and identifiable throughout the UK. Of course it has meaning for many, and also adds a colourful pop to any wildflower plot!

9%

Corn Chamomile

cornchamomile

When does it bloom?

June - September

What colour is it?

White / Yellow

Annual or Perennial?

Annual

Latin Name

Anthemis arvensis

Description

Although Corn Chamomile looks like a daisy, it is part of the cornfield annuals family. With its flat and almost-level surface it makes the perfect pit-stop for bees and pollinators.

5.5%

Red Campion

redcampion

When does it bloom?

March – November

What colour is it?

Pink

Annual or Perennial?

Perennial

Latin Name

Silene dioica

Description

Red Campion has hot pink petals that make for quite the show stopper in your wildflower meadow, and can typically be found in woodland areas.  Red Campion begins to flower once bluebells begin to fade, so if you notice this happening in your wildflower sward you can begin to look forward to their fuchsia blooms!

7%

Meadow Buttercup

meadowbuttercup

When does it bloom?

April - October

What colour is it?

Yellow

Annual or Perennial?

Perennial

Latin Name

Ranunculus acris

Description

Meadow Buttercup is a bright yellow perennial with cupped golden yellow petals that give it its name. Meadow Buttercup grows taller than the buttercups you would typically find in your lawn and makes a bright addition to your wildflower meadow.

6.5%

Salad Burnet

saladburnet

When does it bloom?

May – September

What colour is it?

Pink / Green

Annual or Perennial?

Perennial

Latin Name

Sanguisorba minor

Description

A perennial wildflower with toothed leaves and pink flowers, its leaves when crushed smell like cucumber and used to be used in salads!

5%

Birdsfoot Trefoil

birdsfootrefoil

When does it bloom?

May – September

What colour is it?

Yellow / Red

Annual or Perennial?

Perennial

Latin Name

Lotus corniculatus

Description

Birdsfoot Trefoil is part of the pea family and grows up to 35cm. It is well known for its yellow slipper like petals and red centre, which has given it the nickname of  'Eggs and Bacon'!

1%

Usage Guide

How to Use this Product

Remove any existing grass, plants or flora
Further remove the top 5-10cm to reduce soil fertility
Remove stones and other debris and rake the area to create a fine, level seedbed
Scatter the seed at a rate of 5g per m2
Lightly rake the area to cover the seed and water well

Recommended Usage

Sowing Rate 5g per m2
When Sow in March to April or September to October

Aftercare

I’ve sown my wildflower seed in April / May (spring)

In August / September of the first year you have sown your wildflower seed, cut your wildflower sward to 7cm after flowering – you can do this by putting your mower on a high setting. In most cases remove clippings* (Note: a late spring sowing will result in late flowering). Do not be tempted fertilise or add top soil to this area – wildflowers prefer poor soil conditions, and this is how they should stay. Continue this same process, year after year. *If you have annual wildflowers in your mix and you do not wish them to return the following year, remove the clippings. If you want your wildflowers to return the following year - let them go to seed head, and manually assist their self-seeding by firming the seed heads into the soil. By doing this, your annuals will return the following year.

I’ve sown my wildflower seed in September / October (autumn)

In March / April of the first year of sowing your wildflower seed, make sure there is sufficient material to mow – your wildflowers / grasses should be at a height of 10cm. If your wildflowers are at this height, mow to 7cm no later than mid-April, as this will delay their blooming process. In August / September, after they have bloomed, cut your wildflower meadow again to 7cm, remove all clippings unless you want your annuals to return. If you wish for your annual wildflowers to make a reappearance the following spring, follow the process above by letting the seed heads drop into the soil, and give them a helping hand by firming them into the soil.

Questions & Answers

Product Questions

Sort by ASC
Will the annual flowers self seed and return the following years ?
Also if I sow in September when will they grow and flower
9
Hi. Can Meadow Magic be sown onto existing rough grasses and wildflowers to increase the amount and variety of wildflowers there? If so, how should this be done?
6
We have a wildflower area produced by MeadowMat. Sadly we think we sucked up the flower seeds last year when using a mower, after scything ! Silly. Hence this year most grasses. It has been suggested that we sow just flower seeds this year., so we get more flowers along with our grasses for next season. However, we need to cut the area back each July/Aug and keep it to 4" until next spring, like we always do. Your Meadow Magic implies that it flowers all year round ?, so therefore not cutting it back at all ??? Please advise. Thank you
3
We want to creat a wild flower area at the back of our large garden. Will this provide ground cover when there are no flowers?
1
Just wondering whether this seed mix will attract bumblebees?
0
Can this be sown directly onto existing lawn or is it best to take up the lawn and sow onto soil?
0
Will Meadow Magic flower just as well on an old lawn that's just been killed with glyphosate ?
-1
Is meadow magic RHS approved and safe for bees (ie. is it free from neonicotinoids)?
-1
Would it still be ok to sow meadow magic now - we are very near the coast in North Wales
-4

How much do I need?

Find out how much to order using our simple surface area calculator, it will tell you how many KG's of seed to order so you do not order too much or too little.

Launch Seed Calculator

Works well with...

  • Sandy Soils Wildflowers

    Sandy Soils Wildflowers

    ✔ Low maintenance mix that thrives in sandy soils ✔ Contains a vibrant variety of annual and perennial wildflowers ✔ Suitable for use in road construction, sand pits and on free draining sites
    100
    From £17.40 £14.50 Ex. VAT
  • Annuals Mix

    Annuals Mix

    ✔ Contains the Nation’s favourite cornfield annuals ✔ Produces colourful blooms within months ✔ Can be added into pre-existing meadows for a pop of colour
    100
    From £19.20 £16.00 Ex. VAT
  • Flowering Meadow

    Flowering Meadow

    ✔ Creates a delightful display of cornfield annuals and long-lasting perennials ✔ Develops a year-round habitat for bees and pollinators ✔ Contains sought-after UK native wildflowers
    100
    From £15.60 £13.00 Ex. VAT

Customer Reviews

Date Rating Customer Comment Company Comment
26-Aug-2019 Service:

Product:

Service rating : Good information on website. Fast delivery
Product : Seem good but won’t know until next year when flowering meadow starts to grow
26-Aug-2019 Service:

Product:

Excellent service - seeds look super - all sown now - just waiting for results - hopeful!
20-Aug-2019 Service:

Product:

Service rating : Very fast service.
Product : Very speedy service thank you.
22-Mar-2019 Service:

Product:

Service rating : My pack of native wildflower meadow seeds arrived the very next day. Thank you can’t wait to see the results.
Product : It’s good to have the choice of an all native flower meadow pack, for our bees and butterflies etc.

Why Shop With Us

High Quality Sources

We source the very best quality fertilisers, grass and wildflower seed so we can be sure you get the best possible results.

No Hassle Returns

If you decide you need to return your purchases we offer a no quibble returns policy for your peace of mind.

Same Day Dispatch

We guarantee next day delivery for all orders placed before 2pm & where possible for all orders before 3.00pm.

Accessing our website tells us you are happy to receive all our cookies. However, you can change your cookie settings at any time. Find out more.

Please wait...

Close Window

Meadow Magic

has been added to your cart

Continue shoppingView cart & checkoutRequest quote
Continue shoppingView cart & checkoutRequest quote