Transform your garden with wildflower turf

Are you looking to create a beautiful, natural-looking garden or outdoor space? Look no further than wildflower turf!

Our wildflower turf is a perfect way to bring the beauty of nature to your landscape. It’s easy to install and requires little maintenance once established, making it the perfect choice for busy homeowners or commercial properties.

Our wildflower turf is made from a blend of native wildflowers and grasses that are carefully selected to thrive in our climate and soil conditions. The result is a stunning mix of colors and textures that attract bees, butterflies, and other beneficial insects to your garden.

With wildflower turf, you can enjoy a low-maintenance landscape that’s both beautiful and beneficial to the environment. Plus, it’s an easy way to add curb appeal to your property or create an eye-catching feature in any outdoor space.

Whether you’re looking to create a wildflower meadow, add color to a small garden, or transform a large commercial property, our wildflower turf is the perfect solution. Contact us today to learn more about our products and how we can help you create the outdoor space of your dreams.

Most wildflowers prefer well-drained soil and they typically require at least 6 hours of direct sunlight per day.

You will need to water the turf regularly for the first few weeks to help the plants establish themselves. After that, you can reduce watering depending on weather conditions. Wildflower turf is lay down as you would with traditional turf.

Over time, the wildflowers in your garden will grow and bloom, attracting a variety of pollinators and other wildlife.

Sown Mixtures:
Achullea Millefolium – Yarrow, Centaurea Scabiosa – Greater Knapweed, Daucus Carota – Wild Carrot, Filipendula ulmaria – Meadowsweet, Galium album (Galium Mollugo) – Hedge Bedstraw, Galium Verum – Lady’s Bedstraw, Knautia arvensis – Field Scabious, Leontodon hispidus – Rough Hawkbit, Leucanthemum Vulgare – Oxeye Daisy, Lotus Corniculatus – Birdsfoot Trefoil, Origanum Vulgare – Wild Marjoram , Plantago Lanceolata – Ribwort Plantain, Plantago Media – Hoary Plantain, Poterium Sanguisorba (Sanguisorba Minor) – Salad Burnet, Primula Veris – Cowslip, Prunella Vulgaris – Selfheal, Rhinanthus Minor – Yellow Rattle, Silene Dioica – Red Campion, Silene Flos-cuculi (Lychnis flos-cuculi) – Pink Ragged Robin, Silene Vulgaris – Bladder Campion, Echium Vulgare – Viper’s Bugloss, Allium Schoenoprasum – Chives, Veronica Spicata – Spiked Speedwell, Linaria Vulgaris – Toadflax, Thymus Vulgare – Common Thyme, Dianthus Carthusianorum – Carthusian Pink, Lychnis Flos Cuculi – White Ragged Robin.

What are the benefits of wildflower turf?

Wildflower turf provides a habitat for a variety of plant and animal species, including pollinators like bees and butterflies, birds, and other wildlife.

Wildflower turf can add color, texture, and visual interest to any outdoor space. It can be used to create meadows, gardens, or naturalistic landscapes that are both beautiful and functional.

Wildflower turf requires less maintenance than traditional turf. Once established, it can be left to grow and develop naturally, with only occasional (once a year) cutting and maintenance needed.

Wildflower turf can be a cost-effective option for landscaping, particularly in large areas where traditional turf can be expensive to establish and maintain.

Contact us today to learn more about wildflower turf and how we can help transform your landscape.

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