Creating the meadows
Developing and establishing a wild flower meadow will, of course, take time, and what thrives on the sites ultimately depends on the conditions, especially the nutrient levels in the soil. (Wild flowers and grasses prefer poor soil, ie. soil that is low in nutrients).
Please send any queries or questions about the planting to Jane Lund firstname.lastname@example.org
(Thank you to Michael and Gordon for their advice and guidance on the planting)
Cornflower, Corn Marigold, Corn Cockle, Corn Chamomile, Field Poppy, Oxeye Daisy, Small Burnet, Common Sainfoin, Yarrow, Yellow Rattle, Betony, Common Knapweed, Common Sorrel, White Campion, Ragged Robin, Lady’s Bedstraw, St John’s Wort, Birdsfoot Trefoil, Field Scabious, Meadow Buttercup, Self Heal, Red Campion.
- Crested dogstail
- Highland bent
- Red fescue