Blended to appeal to a wide range of insects, this colourful mix will attract wildlife including butterflies and bees, who feed on the pollen, and will also produce seed heads to providing food for wild birds.
Quick and easy to grow, this mix is ideal for creating a natural-looking meadow to attract pollinating insects into your garden. Perfect to get kids interested in gardening or for time-strapped gardeners who want results without the effort!
A collection of hardy and half-hardy annuals, these wildflowers also make ideal flowers for cutting so you can bring colour into your home too either in a vase or as part of a mixed bouquet.
Never before has it been so important to protect pollinators such as bees, and this wildflower mix is ideal to encourage them into your garden. Bees are invaluable for pollinating a whole range of plants and especially useful for kitchen gardens to enable the formation of many fruits and vegetables. Take a look at our bee book for more details on these fascinating insects.
This dazzling mix of some of our best-known annual flowers will give your garden a bright show of colour. The mix contains a selection of these varieties*:
Aster - Callistephus chinensis
Borage - Borago officinalis
Californian Poppy - Eschscholzia californica
Canary Grass - Phalaris canariensis
Coreopsis - Coreopsis tinctoria
Corn Cockle - Agrostemma milas
Corn Marigold - Chrysanthemum segetum
Cornflower - Centaurea cyanus
Crimson Clover - Trifolium incarnatum
Dill - Anethum graveolens
Field Poppy - Papaver rhoeas
Flax - Linum usitatissimum
Gilia - Gilia capitata
Larkspur - Delphinium ajacis & Delphinium consolida
Lavender - Lavandula angustifolia
Oregano - Origanum vulgare
Phacelia - Phacelia tanacetifolia
Phlox - Phlox drummondii
Purple Viper’s Bugloss - Echium plantagineum
Vetch - Vicia sp.
Yellow Mustard - Sinapis hirta
Zinnia - Zinnia elegans
*NB, due to seasonal availability, we cannot guarantee all varieties will be included in each individual packet.
Growing to 120cm (48in). Sow outdoors, March-May directly where they are to flower. Flowers June – October.
Supplied as 0.5g seed to cover up to 0.5sqm. Native grown seed not taken from the wild
CAUTION: Harmful if eaten
Supplied as 0.5g seed to cover up to 0.5sqm. Native grown seed not taken from the wild.
Growing to 120cm (48in) Sow outdoors, March-May directly where they are to flower. Flowers June – October.
How to grow annual: