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Dragonfly Annual Meadow Seed Mix

£5.50 £3.85

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Inspired by iridescent dragonflies, this annual meadow mix offers a dazzling combination of purples and yellows with orange and ivory. As different flower species come to the fore, you can enjoy an ever-changing succession of energising colour. One of my personal favourites and the bees adore it too!

  • Annual flower mix promising a riot of colour for months on end
  • Clever combination of British wildflowers and non-invasive flowering plants
  • Sow March-May, directly into a prepared seedbed
  • Pack contains 6g of seed, enough to fill a plot measuring 2sqm
  • High pollen and nectar availability to support native insects and other wildlife

For a comprehensive guide to growing an abundant flower meadow from seed, read my handy guide.

I aim to pick and pack your order within 24 hours of receipt and you should expect your parcel to arrive within 3–5 working days under normal circumstances. Orders placed on a Friday may not be sent until the following Monday. All delivery charges are calculated and displayed at the checkout.

  • If your order can safely be sent in an envelope or small packet, it will be sent by Royal Mail with no requirement for a signature on delivery. Royal Mail parcels are not sent via a tracked service.
  • Larger orders will be sent either with Royal Mail or FedEx depending on weight and contents. Tracking will be provided for deliveries sent via FedEx. 
  • Large or heavy items will be sent via FedEx or an equivalent courier with tracking provided.
  • For deliveries to Northern Ireland, the Isle of Man, Channel Islands and international addresses, please drop me a line at atyourservice@dancoopergarden.com letting me know where you are in the world and what you'd like to purchase. I will check the items are allowed to be shipped to your location and get a cost for your approval.

Should you need to return an item, drop me a line at atyourservice@dancoopergarden.com within 14 days of receiving your purchase, providing your name, order number and the reason for your return. I will let you know how to return your item.

Please visit my Delivery & Returns page for more detailed information.

Annual meadow seed mixtures are carefully composed blends of native and non-native hardy annuals designed to provide high-quality, aesthetically pleasing floral displays. They have been developed during several years of intensive trials at the University of Sheffield. In gardens, annual meadows provide a colourful, wildlife-friendly replacement for mown grass; they can be sown formally in beds or to provide colour between shrubs, trees and perennials. 

Pictorial Meadows' seed mixes will flower and provide visual interest over an extremely long period of time, typically from early summer through to late autumn.

This mix includes:

  • Cornflower (Centaurea cyanus
  • Larkspur (Delphinium ajacis)
  • Love-in-a-mist (Nigella damascena)
  • Pink Dandelion (Crepis rubra)

Exact contents may vary from season to season depending on seed availability.

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Pictorial Meadows

For over 15 years, Pictorial Meadows has been masterminding beautiful urban flower meadows across the UK. Visitors to London 2012 were blown away by the swaying oceans of eye-popping colour they created around the Olympic Park in East London. 


By carefully formulating and trialling a host of potential plant combinations, Pictorial Meadows are able to offer seed mixes that grow to give amazing visual impacts, whilst being a magnet for pollinators. The annual seed mixes are quick and easy to grow, flowering in the first season, so you won’t be waiting long for results. 

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