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John Chambers Pro Clay Soils 100% Wildflower Seed Mix

Product Code: 130JC8000-pro

John Chambers Pro Clay Soils 100% Wildflower Seed Mix has been designed and mixed ​with a range of wildflower seed for the professional installer, the Pro-range provides a series of mixes that have been modified to include more commonly found species to suit a wide variety of growing conditions. These mixes provide the professional installer with a beautiful wildflower habitat, encouraging biodiversity in urban landscapes and is backed up by the John Chambers promise of superior quality wildflower seed for your project. ​ Usage: Plants particularly found on heavy clay soils Sowing Rate: 1 – 2 g/m2 ​​Contains: John Chambers Pro Clay Soils Mixture – Autumn Hawkbit, Betony, Common Bird’s Foot Trefoil, Common Poppy, Cowslip, Goat’s-Rue, Lady’s Bedstraw, Common Knapweed, Meadow Buttercup, Meadow Vetchling, Musk Mallow, Oxeye Daisy, Ragged-Robin, Ribwort Plaintain, Selfheal, Common Sorrel, White Campion, Wild Carrot, Yarrow, Yellow-Rattle, Wild Clary​

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John Chambers Pro Clay Soils 100% Wildflower Seed Mix has been designed and mixed with a range of wildflower seed for the professional installer, the Pro-range provides a series of mixes that have been modified to include more commonly found species to suit a wide variety of growing conditions. These mixes provide the professional installer with a beautiful wildflower habitat, encouraging biodiversity in urban landscapes and is backed up by the John Chambers promise of superior quality wildflower seed for your project.

Usage:

Plants particularly found on heavy clay soils

Sowing Rate:

1 – 2 g/m2

Contains:

John Chambers Pro Clay Soils Mixture – Autumn Hawkbit, Betony, Common Bird’s Foot Trefoil, Common Poppy, Cowslip, Goat’s-Rue, Lady’s Bedstraw, Common Knapweed, Meadow Buttercup, Meadow Vetchling, Musk Mallow, Oxeye Daisy, Ragged-Robin, Ribwort Plaintain, Selfheal, Common Sorrel, White Campion, Wild Carrot, Yarrow, Yellow-Rattle, Wild Clary

Wildflower Site Preparation

The site should be weed free. Annual weeds should be controlled by mechanical means or by the use of contact based herbicide. Perennial weeds, for example docks thistle, nettles and couch grass can be dealt with using a translocated herbicide such as Round-Up. Cultivate to achieve a fine seed bed, sow seed mix and then roll to ensure firmness. The best results are obtained when there is good contact between the soil and the seeds.

Sowing Times

Sowing can best be achieved by mixing the seed with dry sand, dry sifted topsoil or sawdust and evenly broadcast. It is important that the seed is in contact with moisture in the soil so the seedbed should be lightly raked and then rolled.

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  • 100% Wildflower Mixes: 2g/m²
  • Grass and Wildflower Seed Mixes: 5g/m²
Available as both a 100% mix and an 80/20 mix (80% Low Maintenance grass and 20% Wildflowers)

Species subject to change without notice due to availability

Pro Clay Soils Mix 100% Wildflower
Sowing Rate: 1 – 2 g/m2 Wildflower Site Preparation The site should be weed free. Annual weeds should be controlled by mechanical means or by the use of contact based herbicide. Perennial weeds, for example docks thistle, nettles and couch grass can be dealt with using a translocated herbicide such as Round-Up. Cultivate to achieve a fine seed bed, sow seed mix and then roll to ensure firmness. The best results are obtained when there is good contact between the soil and the seeds. Sowing Times Sowing can best be achieved by mixing the seed with dry sand, dry sifted topsoil or sawdust and evenly broadcast. It is important that the seed is in contact with moisture in the soil so the seedbed should be lightly raked and then rolled.