This St Patricks day mixture of perennial native wildflower seeds contain several species, of which all were once considered to be the true Shamrock.
Celebrate St Patrick's day by growing a range of native ‘shamrock’ species in your garden.
The selection of native wildflower species includes Red Clover, White clover, Lesser Trefoil, Black Medick and Wood Sorrel, each considered a shamrock in the different parts of Ireland.
Plants which represented the shamrock in the different parts of Ireland;
- Connacht and Donegal - White Clover
- Midlands - Red or White Clover.
- South and East - Lesser Trefoil
- Southwest and West coasts - Black Medick and Wood Sorrel.
Native wildflower species included: Lesser Trefoil, White Clover, Red Clover, Black Medic, Wood Sorrel.
Create a natural Irish habitat for pollinators to survive and thrive in your garden with native wildflowers this Paddy's Day.