Wild is wild whether it's native or not. The key thing is that the plants are simple rather than double so accessible to insects and have nectar and pollen rather than having been cultivated and bred to sterility.
Yeah, I understand. Put it this way. Nelly, wants to do her bit for British wild flowers and wants to recreate a little piece of the South Downs in her garden. Not being experienced she buys one of these mixes. She puts a lot of effort into getting the meadow right only to find out when she got the kids involved to identifying these wildflowers that they're not wild and they're not British. That poppy, lovely as it is is a garden hybrid. Now, that's great if that's what you want. But labelling them as wild meadow mixes is, I think, misleading. I hate dissection and I will always speak out against it. Again if you want to grow South African meadow plants or American meadow plants thats fine it's your choice. But if you want to grow British meadow plants and you're sold South African plants I think you'd be pretty ticked off and I'd be ticked off for you.
Labelling should be clear and honest.