Nature’s Haven Easy Wildflowers helps to attract bees and butterflies as well as other beneficial insects into your garden. A perfect blend of wildflower seeds and granular compost to bring both colour and wildlife to your garden. To use, simply scatter around your garden and achieve a stunning floral display.
- Selected to beneficial insects
- Easy to grow blend
- All in one mix
- Flower seeds include: Ox-eye Daisy, Corn Poppy, Cornflower, Corn Marigold
- Size 1.5KG (3 large borders or 30 containers) or 100G pouch (2 containers)
- 1.5kg pouch
- 4kg box
- Product Details
- How to use
- Tips & Advice
The perfect mix of easy to grow wildflowers selected to bring bees, butterflies and other beneficial insects into the garden.
Containing a blend of free flowering countryside seeds and granular compost, simply scatter the contents of this pack where you want your flowers to bloom, lightly rake in and enjoy a stunning display in your garden.
Contains a mixture of granular compost and mixed flower seeds including the following:
Ox-eye Daisy, Corn Poppy, Cornflower, Corn Marigold.
Contents may vary according to availability. Store in a cool, dry, frost-free place, away from children, pets and foodstuffs. Wash hands after use. Use contents within season of purchase. Children and pets need not be excluded from treated areas. Contents may settle and segregate during transit. Shake well before application.
What to do
Shake the pack well before use in a tumbling motion, by rotating the pouch and shaking it at the same time at least three times.
Scatter the contents for an even spread in containers or flower beds, use for covering large areas or filling in gaps. Once scattered, lightly rake to incorporate seeds into the soil surface.
Water regularly, especially in dry spells, gently at first to avoid washing away seeds.
When to sow
What to expect
Stage 1 – The first green shoots should appear 2 weeks after planting.
Stage 2 – Seedlings will develop into young green plants – this is a great time to thin out*
Stage 3 – The first flowers will start to appear. Now just sit back and enjoy!
* Thin out for best results – If plants look overcrowded, carefully pull them out to make room, and replant elsewhere in your garden, remembering to water afterwards. Leave a variety of different leaf shapes for a mix of flower types.
- For an earlier and even better show, you can plant in the autumn (Aug-Oct) for flowering in the following spring
- Remove any weeds from the area before sowing, ensuring there are no large clumps of soil or stones and rake so there is a fine tilth (smooth surface)
- Water regularly but gently to avoid washing away the seeds
- Protect young plants from pests, particularly slugs