Un-roll the matting and create a beautiful garden!

A wildflower turf style product that produces a mixture of native and wildlife friendly flowers and grasses.

Low maintenance seedum matting suppresses weeds and creates a garden of mixed perennial and biennial plants that will flower year after year and provide food and habitat for birds, bees and butterflies.

What is MeadowMat?

MeadowMat is a convenient, quick and easy way to establish a wildflower area in your garden. Specially selected mixtures of native and wildlife-friendly flowers and grasses and pre grown on a proven matting system. All you have to do is unroll the mat on to prepared ground and keep it well watered until it roots into your soil.

Its like a garden on a roll!

  • Pre grown mats give you instant ground over
  • Matting systems means that annual weeds are supressed
  • Fast established – MeadowMat often flowers in its first summer
  • Mixed perennial and biennial plants that will keep flowering year after year
  • Plant species chosen to provide food and habitat for bees, butterflies, small mammals, birds etc.
  • Low maintenance
  • Delivered to your door for ultimate freshness
  • Can be delivered within 3 working days
  • MeadowMat plant species are hardy throughout the UK

1. Traditional MeadowMat

Recreate the wildflower meadows of yesteryear in your own garden using traditional MeadowMat. This colourful mix gives a nice balance of colours and textures. In summer time, the tall plants will gently sway in the breeze bringing movement into the garden.

Allow plants to grow and flower unchecked throughout spring and summer and then cut back when flowering finishes – usually around august. Mow periodically in autumn and summer to keep it neat. Never cut to below the minimum length of 10cm (4inches).

A mixture of 34 perennial plants, all of them native to the UK that emulates a traditional, old fashioned hay meadow. Traditional MeadowMat likes to be in a sunny spot.

2. MeadowMat for birds and bees

Keep the interest going all over year round with spring and summer flowers and beautiful seed heads in the colder months of the year.

MeadowMat, for birds and bees, includes nectar-rich flowering plants with architectural seed heads that will feed the birds in winter.

MeadowMat for birds and bees likes to be in a sunny spot.

Once established, MeadowMat for birds and bees is easy to manage. Simply allow the plants to grow, flower and set seed however they want to. Cut back the spent seed heads in late winter, making sure you remove all cuttings. Never cut to below the minimum length of 10cm (4 inches).

A mixture of 40 perennial and biannual plants, all of them native to the UK that benefits a wide range of wildlife. MeadowMat for birds and bees likes to be in a sunny spot.

  • Sown mix contains 80% flowering plants, 20% grasses by weight.
  • Four species of beautiful native grasses to provide perches for insects and seeds for birds.
  • 36 species of flowering plants provide a rich source of pollen and nectar for all sorts of beneficial insects including bees, butterflies and moths.
  • For best results, install on a low fertility soil.

3. Cottage garden MeadowMat

A glorious bled pf native and non-native plants and grasses to attract and support pollinating insects whilst bringing a beautiful splash of colour to your garden.

A mixture of 28 perennial and biannual plants evocative of the look and feel of a traditional cottage garden.

In common with other MeadowMat mixes, cottage garden is incredibly easy to maintain. The MeadowMat system stifles any annual weed seeds in the soil, so provided all perennial weeds re removed when you prepare the ground, there’ll be hardly any need for weeding. You can deadhead if you want to equally, you could allow seeds to develop sand fall to the ground, enriching the mix for next year. In mid-late autumn, once the flowers are over, cut all the vegetation down to about 4” long. Allow the cuttings to dry and drop their seeds and then remove the.

  • Sown mix contains 80% flowering plants, 20% grasses by weight.
  • 2 species of beautiful native grasses to provide a splash of colour from late spring until early autumn. The majority of species are native to the UK but we have introduced a couple of colourful cottage garden favourites that are not normally found in the wild.
  • Cottage garden MeadowMat prefers to be planted in full sun.

4. MeadowMat for woodland shade

Bring the subtle hues of woodland wildflowers into the shadier parts of your garden.

We’ve blended 35 pieces of shade tolerant wildflowers with three species of woodland grasses to create this versatile type of MeadowMat, include in the seed mix are early flowering violets, colourful campions, sweetly scented ladies’ bedstraw and cheeky oxeye daises.

MeadowMat for woodland shade will not tolerate really deep shade but it will thrive in the dappled shade of an orchard or shrubbery.

The upkeep for MeadowMat for woodland shade is the same for traditional MeadowMat – one main cut at the end of the flowering season with gentle mowing in autumn and winter if needed.

  • Sown mix contains 70% flowering plants, 30% grasses by weight.
  • Three species of beautiful native grasses to cover the soil and provide perches for insects.
  • 35 species of flowering plants provide a splash of colour from late spring until early autumn. All species grow naturally in the UK woodlands, hedgerows and meadows.

Prices

Price
Meadowmat turf
Wildflower £15.99
Birds& Bees £15.99
Cottage £19.95
Woodland shade £19.95
 Price
Seedum matting £39.99

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