Each purchase £1.00 goes towards a real beehive, helping the honeybee population recover and supporting honeybee related initiatives around the UK.
A selection of wild flower seeds selected to attract Bees and Butterflies and help maintain and encourage the UK Bee population to thrive.
Once your seeds have arrived you can sow them, Seeds should be sown from late January until late October.
We aim to deliver this product promptly however sometimes it can take up to 7 days.
- As there are hundreds/thousands of seeds in each pack, we are unable to guarantee the exact mix of seeds nor the ratio of seeds in each mix.
What we can assure our customers is that we always aim to provide a good mix of wildflower seeds, with no grasses bulking out the mix.
- Choose where you would like to grow your Wild Flowers
- Rake the surface of the ground to about 1cm depth
- Shake the packet well
- Make sure that you don’t sprinkle the seeds too close together
- Sprinkle the seeds evenly and then immediately water
- Cover the seeds over to avoid them spoiling or being taken by birds and other wildlife
- Continue to water but only lightly
- Be patient and after 4 to 8 weeks you will start to see the fruits of your labour
- Remember the colder it is the slower the germination process will be
- Bear in mind that initially there will be lots of green leaves whilst the seeds grow and establish into young flowers. *Patience is key at this stage.
The seed rate for annuals is 2 grams to the sq metre. For wild flower perennials, it is 1.5 grams. As the seeds are a mixture of both, 2 grams per meter would be suitable.
Contained seeds example (but not limited to): Various Daisy’s, Various Poppy’s, Various Clovers, Pheasant Eye, Sunflowers, Flax (Brown Linseeds), Pot Marigold, Cornflower ,Dwarf Morning Glory, Evening Primrose, Forget-Me-Not, California Poppy, Baby’s Breath, Love-in-a-Mist, Corn Flower , Corncockle, Golden Tickseed, Blue Lupin, Borage, Purple Tansy, Blanket flower, Cosmos Mixed, Marsh Mallow, Zinnia, yellow tansy to name but a few.
If you prefer you can sow the seeds in a greenhouse all year round.