Native flower meadows are compositions consisting only of species naturally occurring in Poland. Flowering of native meadows is more subdued, and the effect is closer to nature than with decorative mixtures. Most perennial species bloom only from the second season, so sowing such a meadow, you should be patient.
Native mixtures are primarily permanent, perennial flower meadows that are closely adapted to specific site conditions. Only by selecting the right species for a particular site can plants find the right environment for them to thrive, and the meadow will grow more lush every year.
A complement to the collection of perennial mixes are field flowers – a versatile composition of flowering annual weeds that used to enliven rural landscapes. Field flowers work well in almost any conditions and ensure quick flowering of the meadow.