If you are looking to make your own mini meadow, you cannot go wrong with some wildflower seeds. Just pick a site in your garden which gets a lot of sun and pick the wildflower seeds you want to grow. Read on for some tips on timing and preparation when sowing wildflower seeds.
If you’d rather not grow wildflowers from seed, consider wildflower turf instead.
According to Gardeners’ World, pre-grown wildflower mats are essentially wildflower turf grown with a mat backing.
Although it can be more expensive, wildflower mats may be more convenient than growing wildflowers from seed.
Gardeners’ World explains: “Making a meadow this way can be done at almost any time of year, although it’s trickier and more expensive to lift, ship and lay a meadow that’s in flower, so spring and autumn are the best times.”