These pretty, yellow flowers belongs to the daisy family, but appears more like a dandelion. This is a mix of Rough and Autumn hawkbits, narrow leaf and Mouse ear hawkweed and some Cats ear to. The rough hawk bit slender hairy stem and hairy leaves whilst the Autumn hawkbit has a smooth stem and toothed leaves. The flowers close in the afternoon so adding to the magic of the meadow's charm as they change colour before your very eyes. The Hawkbits is similar in name and character to the Cat's-ear, Hawkweed and Goat's-beard. They are the longest flowering species in the meadows, from May till October and will come back and flower again 6 weeks after cutting after the first cut. This will turn your meadows yellow in the morning and close up in the afternoons. Eventually giving a silver seed head like a dandelion to the whole meadow. 50% rough hawkbiit, 40% autumn hawkbit,8% catsear, 1% Hawkweeds, 1% goatsbeard.
approx 1000 seeds/gram
sowing rate 1g/m2