A beautiful jewel-like meadow that contains only low- to medium-height species. Bee Happy flowers across a long season but is especially rich in spring pollen and nectar supply providing a significant food source for bees and other pollinators.
The premium meadow solution for all green roofs, Botanical Skyline also works wonderfully for really low fertility landscapes, including seaside areas and road verges. This species-rich meadow includes a vast range of drought and salt-tolerant plants including sedums, with some fine very ornamental grasses and a plethora of lovely plants most often associated with alpine meadows southern European hillsides and rock gardens.
This Pictorial Turf was inspired by the bold and dramatic vegetation of the central European Steppes. The meadow turf will provide bold and dramatic foliage forms as well as a lovely intensity of flowers in numerous shade.
Patchwork Quilt works best in freely draining and lower nutrient soils, this lovely light and airy meadow brings together more of the dainty species that unfortunately struggle to survive for more than a year or two in normal conditions, where competition from grass and rank weeds is so strong.
An absolute joy in terms of impact and colour especially throughout spring and summer, Woodland Fringe is one of our longest flowering mixes. Perfect for those areas in the landscape that have light dappled shade but also lovely along hedge lines and banks.
A cool and elegant colour themed meadow for normal fertility soils. Purple Haze happily tolerate moist and even lightly shady locations.
Treasure Chest is a gorgeous, robust and very richly coloured meadow designed for long flowering impact on normal fertility soils. This mix is an absolute haven for wildlife from early pollinators through to a feast of seed heads in autumn for the birds.
Indian Summer is an exuberant, warm and visually stunning colour-themed meadow for normal fertility soils. This mix establishes a really ecologically stable carpet of flowers showing continuous waves of colour and form from late spring right through to late autumn.