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Wild Flower Turf – Species Rich

*Subject to season and availability

A lawn created with Meadowmat Species Rich Lawn Turf will be hardwearing, incredibly easy to care for and a real asset to biodiversity.

We’ve blended 12 species of slow growing grasses with 23 types of colourful pollinator-friendly native perennial plants. The result is a multi-coloured carpet of plants just right for relaxing or playing on.

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About Meadowmat Species Rich Lawn

Meadowmat Species Rich Lawn only needs mowing every other week. But it won’t grow to much more than ankle height. It’s specially designed for a relaxed maintenance regime so you can happily leave it while you take a holiday. Or, if you work in an organisation where landscape maintenance budgets are tight – think how much money you could save by mowing less often!

The specially selected grasses ensure full coverage all year round – even in winter time when the flowering plants are asleep. As for hot dry summers, Meadowmat Species Rich Lawn will keep its colour for longer than a standard grass lawn and will recover from drought much quicker.

Install Meadowmat Species Rich Lawn just like standard lawn turf. It needs to be laid onto prepared soil. Unlike most types of Meadowmat, Species Rich Lawn can tolerate slightly more nutrient rich soils. You will need to keep your new lawn watered until the roots are well established.

What’s in Meadowmat Species Rich Lawn

80% slow growing grasses

  • Slender Creeping Red Fescue
  • Hard Fescue
  • Sheeps Fescue
  • Small Leaved Timothy
  • Crested Dogs Tail
  • Brown Top Bent
  • Chewings Fescue
  • Creeping Bent
  • Strong Creeping Red Fescue
  • Smooth Meadow Grass
  • Rough Stalked Meadow Grass
  • Perennial Ryegrass

20% Native wildflowers

  • Common Knapweed
  • Meadow Buttercup
  • Rough Hawkbit
  • Cat’s Ear
  • Cowslip
  • Common mouse-ear
  • Flax
  • Birdsfoot Trefoil
  • Black Medick
  • Ribwort Plantain
  • Common Sorrel
  • Lady’s Bedstraw
  • White Clover
  • Creeping Buttercup
  • Selfheal
  • Yarrow
  • Autumn Hawkbit
  • Yellow Rattle
  • Small Scabious
  • Wood Sage
  • Wild Carrot
  • Red Clover
  • Common Dandelion