Diamond Jubilee Wildflower Mix

Introduced in 2012 to mark the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee, use this wildflower mixture to create the perfect patriotic celebration featuring the bold red, white and blue colours of the Union Jack.

100% Annual Flower Seed Mix with no grasses.

Available in 3 different quantities.

The image shows just some of the flowers found in this mix. Please see below for the full list.

plant size

Plant Size

Height: 10 - 150 cm
Spread: 1 - 10 m


Ideal type of garden

Ideal Garden

Wildflower Garden
ideal position


Full Sun - Part Shade

Introduced in 2012 to mark the Queen's Diamond Jubilee, use this wildflower mixture to create the perfect patriotic celebration featuring the Union Jack colours.

100% Annual Flower Seed Mix

  • Bold red, white and blue colours
  • A mixture of annual British wildflowers and non-native species
  • Contains: Amaranthus, Baby Blue Eyes, Baby’s Breath, Blue Bedder, Blue Thimble, Bladder Campion, Candytuft, Chinese Aster, Chrysanthemum, Clarkia, Cornflower, Cosmos, Kochia, Larkspur, Lupin, Mexican Sunflower, Mirabilis, Nigella, Pheasant’s Eye, Poppy, Tickseed, Viscaria, Winged Pea, Zinnia
  • Sow at 2.5 grams per sq m

Growing Advice

How to grow your seeds:

The sowing rate of 2.5 g per sq m is designed to produce optimum results. Reducing the sowing rate is likely to result in invasion from weed species. Increasing the sowing rate generally leads to reduced diversity as the more aggressive species will out compete slower growing plants.

Mix the wildflower seeds with an inert carrier (such as sharp sand), at a ratio of four parts sand to one part seed (by weight). This makes it easier to achieve an even distribution and also provides a visual marker, it also makes it easier to see any missed patches and avoid seeding areas twice.

Gently rake the soil to cover the seeds.

Water well until seeds are well established.


How to maintain your wildflowers.

First Year:

Diamond Jubilee Mix contains annual species, which are be fast to establish and flower.
During the first year remove any weeds. Weed growth is common due to the action of disturbing the ground
(rather than being caused by contaminated seed mixtures).

After flowering the plants will naturally die back over the winter. Allow the plants to run to seed in autumn then cut the area down using a scythe, a strimmer or a mower, leaving the cuttings for up to a week before clearing the area. This will allow them to dry and shed seeds back into the soil.

Second Year:

Depending on your sowing preference, cultivate the ground and reseed in September or March.
Over several years of reseeding, a rich seed bank will develop and simply disturbing the soil again in early spring will be sufficient to regenerate the flowers each year.

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Diamond Jubilee Wildflower Mix

Diamond Jubilee Wildflower Mix