Wildflower Meadows are common features on Millennium Greens. A meadow is grassland that is cut just once a year. They are often chosen to add to the Natural componant of our Greens, although they are not, in fact, as natural as they appear. Typical wildflowers, like poppies and cornflowers appear only when soil is turned over and/or cleared of trees and shrubs, so in the wild, such places are usually only temporary. Grasses will naturally take over most open land unless it is poor soil with little nutrients. Shrubs and trees will grow up in most areas if left to go wild.