My native seed mixtures are unique, so please browse through their contents by scrolling further down this page and you will see many species, such as wild Orchid and Helleborine, which are not usually available within a commercially available mix. All seed is of native British origin.

Woodlands tend to be a less floristically diverse and colourful habitat when compared to meadows; to compensate for this I have created a unique woodland mix containing an exceptionally diverse range of native woodland wild flowers, 38 in total, at a higher than normal ratio of 30% wild flowers to grasses.

Due to the rarity of some of the species in this luxury mix i can only provide up to a 666sqm pack for each customer, for larger areas i suggest you make up the rest of the seed mix using my equally special ‘Economy mix for woodland and shade’, which you can view by clicking here.

If you have a shaded area of your garden or a hedge bank that you wish to seed with wild flowers of a woodland nature, then this mix would be the one to choose. It is ideal for use along woodland rides and open glades which do not get heavy seasonal leaf fall upon it (as this would prevent the seeds from germinating and in such situations you should use my wild flower bulbs).

Please note: dark areas directly under trees, particularly Sycamore, Holly or Beech trees etc. can be too shaded to allow for the germination of seeds, if the area is largely bare ground beneath you must question why and assume it too dark and consider either letting more light in or using my wild flower bulbs or you can use my mature wild flower plant collections for woodland if there is enough light evidenced by other plants surviving at ground level (excluding the presence of ivy or plants from bulbs).

If you fancy sowing an individual woodland wild flower consider the beautiful native white Wood Anemone (view my blog on this flower by clicking here) or the yellow Lesser Celandine (view my blog on this flower by clicking here), both are good for shaded areas where little else grows, both of these species can form a wonderful carpet of colour. You can find these species within my ‘Individual Bulb species’ page which you can view by clicking here.

Also great for using in shaded areas is my winter and spring flowering bulb collection which you can view by clicking here.

Also see my woodland and shade plant plug collection by clicking here and my woodland and shade mature plant collection by clicking here.

To view my instruction sheet for creating a woodland or shade wild flower area using seed, click here.

For something nice to surround your wild flower area click here to see my ‘maintenance free fencing’ or as an alternative to seeding, consider using my ‘wild flower turf’.  For environmentally friendly pest deterrents I suggest you check out the products from the following company’s website by clicking here. For pretty wild flower jewellery check out my colleague Abby’s site on Etsy by clicking here (receive a 10% discount by entering code: WFLM10).

Species Latin name Average number of seeds contained within a 33m2 seeding pack
Agrimony Agrimonia eupatoria 556
Angelica Angelica sylvestris 412
Betony Betonica officinalis 700
Birds-foot-trefoil Lotus corniculatus 677
Bluebell Hyacinthoides non-scripta 180
New additionBroad-leaved Helleborine Epipactis helleborine 499
New additionCommon Dog Violet Viola riviniana 41
Common Spotted Orchid Dactylorhiza fuchsii 499
New additionCowslip Primula veris 583
Devil’s-bit Scabious Succisa pratensis 536
New additionEarly Purple Orchid Orchis mascula 499
Figwort Scrophularia nodosa 80
Foxglove Digitalis purpurea 541
Garlic Mustard Alliaria petiolata 399
Greater Bird’s-foot-trefoil Lotus pedunculatus 600
Hairy St. John’s Wort Hypericum hirsutum 301
Hedge Bedstraw Galium album 675
Hedge Cranesbill Geranium pyrenaicum 18
Hedge Woundwort Stachys sylvatica 480
Hemp-agrimony Eupatorium cannabinum 667
Herb Robert Geranium robertianum 166
Meadow Cranesbill Geranium pratense 20
Meadowsweet Filipendula ulmaria 833
Nettle-leaved Bellflower Campanula trachelium 534
Perforate St John’s-wort Hypericum perforatum 666
Primrose Primula vulgaris 63
Ragged Robin Silene flos-cuculi 834
Ramsons Allium ursinum 116
Red Campion Silene dioica 846
Scarlet Pimpernel Anagallis arvensis 625
Selfheal Prunella vulgaris 1,191
Soapwort Saponaria officinalis 420
Square-stalked St John’s-wort Hypericum tetrapterum 243
Tutsan Hypericum androsaenum 41
Upright Hedge-parsley Torilis japonica 750
Water Avens Geum rivale 218
Wood Avens Geum urbanum 374
Wood Sage Teucrium scorodonia 662
Common Bent Agrostis capillaris
Crested Dog’s-tail Cynosurus cristatus
Red Fescue Festuca rubra ssp. rubra
Sheep’s Fescue Festuca ovina
Slender Creeping Red Fescue Festuca rubra ssp. litoralis
Smooth Stalked Meadow Grass Poa pratensis
Sweet Vernal Grass Anthoxanthum odoratum
Tufted Hair-grass Deschampsia cespitosa
Wood Meadow Grass Poa nemoralis

I also have for sale seeds of some rarer individual species, such as other Orchids and Helleborines. They can be chosen from the ‘Rarities’/ ‘Additional Species’ page. Click here for details of the Additional Species.

Purchase Packs

Select the required pack, set the quantity if more than one of the same pack is required, then click Add to Basket.


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