Wild Flower - Cornfield Flowers
This is a colourful mixture of annual flowers once common in cornfields. Many of these varieties are now rare and are no longer seen growing in the wild. This mixture contains the following species: Corn Chamomile, Corncockle, Cornflower, Corn Marigold and Corn Poppy. They flower early summer to autumn, and the seed is sufficient for approximately 2 sq.m.
Sow outside in March/April or August/September. Prepare a weed-free seed bed and rake smooth. Broadcast the seed evenly over the site. Rake the seed into the soil and roll or firm the soil. Protect the seeds from birds.