Johnsons Wildflowers
Johnsons Wildflowers
Johnsons Wildflowers
Johnsons Wildflowers
Johnsons Wildflowers
Johnsons Wildflowers
Johnsons Wildflowers
Johnsons Wildflowers
Johnsons Wildflowers
Johnsons Wildflowers
Johnsons Wildflowers
Johnsons Wildflowers
Johnsons Wildflowers
Johnsons Wildflowers
Johnsons Wildflowers
Johnsons Wildflowers

Johnsons Wildflowers

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Cornfield Mixture

A lovely mixture of very easy to grow annual wildflowers. Once a common sight in fields of corn, they are now becoming increasingly rare in the British landscape. Will attract beneficial insects.

Sow: Mar - May
Flower: May - Sep

 

Cornflower

Often called the 'Bluebottle' it is now rarely seen in our cornfields but can easily be grown in the annual border or 'wild' garden. Will attract many beneficial insects.

Sow: Mar - May or Aug - Oct
Flowers: Jun-Sep

 

Ox-Eye Daisy

The pretty white flowers with creamy yellow centres are a classic British meadow flower that has spread out to populate other habitats. Delightful in a sunny border or 'wild' garden area.

Sow Indoors: Mar - May
Sow Oudoors: Mar - May or Sep - Oct
Flowers: Jun - Aug

 

Poppy

The 'field' or 'Flanders' poppy with its scarlet 'tissue paper' petals, is the traditional emblem of remembrance. It adds a vivid splash of colour to borders and is a 'must have' for any 'wild' garden.

Sow: Mar - May or Aug - Oct
Flowers: May - Sept

 

Teasel

These tall, elegant plants provide pollen and nectar for insects, seed heads for birds and stem clasping leaves collect crucial pools of drinking water.

Approx. 150 seeds.

Sow: Jan - Apr
Flowers: Jul - Sept

 

Wildlife Mixture

A lovely mix of wildflowers, providing a rich and diverse food source to help attract all sorts of wildlife into the garden. Contents may vary.

Sow: Mar - May or Aug - Oct
Flowers: May - Sept

 

Woodland Mixture

A lovely mix of rare and popular wildflowers which will naturalise in a 'woodland' area or in more shady parts of the garden. Contents may vary.

Sow: Mar - May or Aug - Oct
Flowers: May - Sept

 

Yellow Rattle

Parasitic on grasses, this is the plant to sow if you want to encourage wildflowers into the lawn or rough grass in your garden. By weakening the strong growing grass varieties, it makes room for wild flowers. It is the essential start to any successful wild flower meadow - large or small.

Sow: Mar - May or Aug - Dec
Flowers: May - Jul