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Mix 6. Hedgerows
Species in this mix include classic hedge species such as agrimony, meadow cranesbill and red campion, but also species which have adapted to partially climbing up into the hedge such as greater birdsfoot trefoil, hedge bedstraw, meadow vetchling and tufted vetch. Meadow favourites such as oxeye daisy and field scabious are also included.

Hedgerows can offer shady conditions for woodland species on the north or east side and full sun for meadow species on the south or west side. Many counties have lost most of their hedgerow species because of the practice of spraying out hedge bottoms.

Wild Flowers
8% Agrimony
6% Common St Johnswort
6% Field scabious
7% Greater birdsfoot trefoil
7% Hedge bedstraw
6% Ladys bedstraw
12% Lesser knapweed
2% Meadow cranesbill
2% Meadow vetchling
7% Musk mallow
7% Oxeye daisy
10% Red campion
5% Self heal
2% Tufted vetch
8% Wild carrot
5% Yarrow

40% Chewings Fescue
20% Crested Dogstail
30% Sheep's Fescue
10% Smooth Meadow Grass

Sowing rate: 3-5g/m2
Use the higher rate for poor seedbeds, small areas, (less than a tennis court) or where Spring sowing.

Grass and Flower Prices
1kg of these mixes contain 200gm (20%) wildflower seed,
(80%) grass seed.

Price per KG: £42.00
Price per 100g: £5.00

Flowers only Prices
Price per KG:
Price per 100g: £15.00

Mix 6. Hedgerow mix
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