Approximately 50 Seeds
An extremely valuable wildflower for pollinators and as a fodder crop for grazing animals, producing an attractive stalked spike of bright pink flowers. Drought resistant. Flowering occurs from June to August.
- If sown as a wildflower, it best to scarify the area to disturb / expose the soil and sow in late summer or early spring as the soil warms. Ideally the seed should be lightly covered or at least rolled in or walked over to ensure good soil contact.
- Sown as a single crop on bare / clean soil (10 Gram per Sq Metre). Reduce this by 75% if being introduced to an established grass area.