Collection: DLF Pro Flora Wildflower Mixes

We should all be playing our part in securing the future of our wildlife and plant populations - the first step is to create the perfect habitat. By choosing native origin wild flower seeds, you can be assured of the benefits it will bring to the environment and the crucial role that has in attracting and sustaining wildlife. Add colour, biodiversity and interest to your space with native origin wild flower mixtures. Add colour, diversity and interest to your landscape project with UK native wild flower meadow mixtures 

Why choose Pro Flora Wild Flower Mixtures?

Wild flowers have long played a key role in site regenerations and landscaping projects, bringing biodiversity to urban environments, as well as domestic or public green spaces. The inclusion of wild flower is a great step in improving levels of engagement and interaction with the environment. Not only are wild flowers great at improving visual diversity, they are vital for conservation and can help to improve filtration rates and profiles below the ground – aiding in the formation of new habitats. 

  • Restore Species and Habitats
  • Create attractive spaces for people and wildlife to enjoy
  • Help nature deal with the challenges brought 
  • about by climate change

Where can I use wild flower mixtures?

The range of Pro Flora mixtures available from DLF means there’s a formulation suited to you – whether you’re looking after amenity or agricultural spaces.


Key spaces could include

  • Golf Courses – provide fantastic wildlife spaces as part of a low maintenance plan, while improving the visual and ecological credentials of the course.
  •  Parks & Public Spaces – Add colour and diversity to the spaces with an established wild flower meadow. With flowering periods varying from the early spring through until the autumn, create a place the people and wildlife will love!
  • Highways – restore space for nature by establishing wild flower areas roadside, provide shelter and food for insects all while creating a space that requires less mowing and maintenance when compared to 100% grass verges.
  • Agricultural Land – Farmers and landowners may now be able to benefit from a number of schemes by establishing wildflower areas. Field margins and spaces sown with wild flowers will support butterfly, bee and insect populations as well as providing habitat for a number of bird species.

In order to meet with the increasing demand for conservation mixtures, we have formulated seventeen mixtures, each designed to recreate a particular habitat.