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Wild Flower Seeds

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A true favourite, especially amongst organic and natural gardeners. With the demand for wildflower mixes at an all-time high, you can now find a fantastic range to suit any garden. All lovers of nature and organic growing spaces should make room for wildflowers if the space allows, as creating these habitats is incredibly beneficial to bees, butterflies and other wildlife. For a natural wildflower display, we recommend mixing your seeds with silver sand and broadcast sowing over the area you’d like to plant. Watering for germination is important, but once they are growing, your . . . Show More >

A true favourite, especially amongst organic and natural gardeners. With the demand for wildflower mixes at an all-time high, you can now find a fantastic range to suit any garden. All lovers of nature and organic growing spaces should make room for wildflowers if the space allows, as creating these habitats is incredibly beneficial to bees, butterflies and other wildlife. For a natural wildflower display, we recommend mixing your seeds with silver sand and broadcast sowing over the area you’d like to plant. Watering for germination is important, but once they are growing, your wildflowers should self-sustain. Most wildflowers prefer poor soils with low fertility, as they tend to be colonisers, but there are a few exceptions – such as the humble dandelion – which prefer richer ground. In the autumn, your wildflowers can be cut down and left ready to go again the following season. From the point of view of the organic garden, wildflowers bring both food for the wildlife and predators for the pests and are, therefore, a very welcome addition!


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A true favourite, especially amongst organic and natural gardeners. With the demand for wildflower mixes at an all-time high, you can now find a fantastic range to suit any garden. All lovers of nature and organic growing spaces should make room for wildflowers if the space allows, as creating these habitats is incredibly beneficial to bee. . . Show More >

A true favourite, especially amongst organic and natural gardeners. With the demand for wildflower mixes at an all-time high, you can now find a fantastic range to suit any garden. All lovers of nature and organic growing spaces should make room for wildflowers if the space allows, as creating these habitats is incredibly beneficial to bees, butterflies and other wildlife. For a natural wildflower display, we recommend mixing your seeds with silver sand and broadcast sowing over the area you’d like to plant. Watering for germination is important, but once they are growing, your wildflowers should self-sustain. Most wildflowers prefer poor soils with low fertility, as they tend to be colonisers, but there are a few exceptions – such as the humble dandelion – which prefer richer ground. In the autumn, your wildflowers can be cut down and left ready to go again the following season. From the point of view of the organic garden, wildflowers bring both food for the wildlife and predators for the pests and are, therefore, a very welcome addition!


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A true favourite, especially amongst organic and natural gardeners. With the demand for wildflower mixes at an all-time high, you can now find a fantastic range to suit any garden. All lovers of nature and organic growing spaces should make room for wildflowers if the space allows, as creating these habitats is incredibly beneficial to bees, butterflies and other wildlife. For a natural wildflower display, we recommend mixing your seeds with silver sand and broadcast sowing over the area you’d like to plant. Watering for germination is important, but once they are growing, your wildflowers should self-sustain. Most wildflowers prefer poor soils with low fertility, as they tend to be colonisers, but there are a few exceptions – such as the humble dandelion – which prefer richer ground. In the autumn, your wildflowers can be cut down and left ready to go again the following season. From the point of view of the organic garden, wildflowers bring both food for the wildlife and predators for the pests and are, therefore, a very welcome addition!

A true favourite, especially amongst organic and natural gardeners. With the demand for wildflower mixes at an all-time high, you can now find a fantastic range to suit any garden. All lovers of nature and organic growing spaces should make room for wildflowers if the space allows, as creating these habitats is incredibly beneficial to bees, butterflies and other wildlife. For a natural wildflower display, we recommend mixing your seeds with silver sand and broadcast sowing over the area you’d like to plant. Watering for germination is important, but once they are growing, your wildflowers should self-sustain. Most wildflowers prefer poor soils with low fertility, as they tend to be colonisers, but there are a few exceptions – such as the humble dandelion – which prefer richer ground. In the autumn, your wildflowers can be cut down and left ready to go again the following season. From the point of view of the organic garden, wildflowers bring both food for the wildlife and predators for the pests and are, therefore, a very welcome addition!

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