Perennial wildflower meadows are ideal for bare patches in the garden, large and small. Pollinating insects will be pleased, too.
Discover three ways to create a mini meadow.
Sown now, perennial wildflowers such as ragged robin, ox-eye daisies, bellflowers and lady’s smock (Cardamine pratensis) will germinate quickly and put on plenty of growth, giving some flowers later this year, but the real display will be a glorious mass of flowers next spring and summer.
Discover how to create your own own colour-infused meadow by sowing perennial wildflowers, below.
You will need
- Perennial wildflower seeds