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At GrassSeedOnline, we produce some exceptional wildflower seed mixes that are perfect for UK conditions with multiple native species included, such as white campion, yarrow, oxeye daisies and kidney vetch among many others.

Available to buy with accompanying grass seed in the mixture or as 100% wildflower mixes, these products are available in handy bag sizes to suit all gardens, parks and verges. We supply low growing wildflower seeds as well as products suited to certain soil conditions, such as heavy clay, high chalk content and acidic loams. Check out our range of annual wildflower seed mixes, too.

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As you delve into the world of Wildflower Seed Mixes at Grass Seed Online, you’re not just purchasing seeds; you’re embarking on a journey to create a mesmerising natural paradise.

Whether you’re transforming a corner of your garden or dedicating an entire space to wildflowers, our mixes are designed to bring a burst of colour and life, attracting a symphony of nature’s best.

If you have any questions or need advice on establishing your wildflower area, our FAQs provide a wealth of information. They cover everything from the best sowing practices to maintaining vibrant wildflower displays, ensuring your garden becomes a thriving habitat for wildlife and a place of serene beauty for you to enjoy.


Q. What is the best season to sow wild flower seeds?

A. The optimal time for sowing wild flower seeds typically falls in spring and autumn. These seasons offer the ideal soil fertility, temperature, and moisture levels needed for effective seed germination.

Q. How should I prepare my garden for planting wildflower species?

A. Begin by clearing your garden of existing vegetation and gently loosening the soil. Wildflower species, especially British wildflower seed varieties, flourish in natural, less nutrient-rich soil, so avoid enriching the soil excessively. Ensuring good soil contact is essential for the seeds to take root.

Q. What are some maintenance tips for a garden with wildflower plants?

A. Wildflower plants typically require minimal upkeep. Let them grow and reseed naturally. Post the summer months, when most wildflower species have bloomed, cut back the growth to promote regeneration next season.

Q. How can I select the most suitable wildflower mixtures for my garden?

A. Consider factors like your local climate, soil type, and sunlight availability when choosing wildflower mixtures. Grass Seed Online offers a wide range of high-quality, native wildflower products, including custom mixtures and perennial wildflowers, to cater to different garden conditions and preferences.

Q. Is it possible to integrate wildflower seeds into an existing lawn?

A. Yes, you can sow wildflower seeds into an existing lawn. It involves mowing the grass very short and slightly disturbing the soil for effective seed planting. Be mindful that dense grass may compete with the wildflowers for resources.

Q. What care does an established wildflower area need?

A. Established wildflower areas, especially those with nectar-rich wildflowers and a rich variety of flower species, generally need little care. Avoid using fertilisers and water the area during extended dry periods, particularly in the initial growing season.

Q. Are wildflower seeds naturally resistant to garden pests and diseases?

A. Generally, wildflower seeds, including native wildflower species, are more resilient to pests and diseases than cultivated garden flowers. They are adapted to thrive under natural conditions, though they’re not immune. Choosing the right location and following good planting practices are crucial.

Q. When can I expect my wildflower seeds to germinate and bloom?

A. Germination times for wildflower seeds, such as those in our wildflower mixtures or individual packets of wildflower seeds, can vary. Typically, sprouts appear within a few weeks. While some species bloom in the first year, others, especially perennials, may take until the second year to show their fantastic flowers and splash of colour.