Bees Seeds Shaker Wildflower Seed Gift

Bees Seeds Shaker Wildflower Seed Gift

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Growing a mixture of stunning wildflowers has never been easier with this wildflower seed shaker. Displayed in a wonderfully presented tin, this would make the perfect seed gift for any gardener.

Create a wonderful array of flowers, often seen colouring our countryside, whilst attracting butterflies and bees. This seed shaker contains: Pheasant's Eye, Corncockle, Bishops Flower, Shrubby Hare's Ear, Pot Marigold, Safflower, Cornflower, Chrysanthemum, Dwarf Morning Glory, Cosmos, Chinese forget-me-not, Heavenly Blue, Honesty, Large-flowered Mallow, Forget-Me-Not, Poppy, Catchflies, Caraway, Buckwheat and Lovage. 
(Varieties can differ and can be replaced due to crop and seasonal circumstances.) 

Easy to sow, simply plant in February - June for these to flower June- October.

How to:
1. Prepare soil by removing any stones and weeds. 
2. Rake soil to a depth of around 2 - 4 cm. 
3. Before opening, shake well to mix the contents evenly. 
(Product contains natural bran seed carrier, so don't worry if you can't see the seeds.) 
4. Shake out of the tin directly onto the ground in an even dusting or alternatively take a handful of the mixture and spread out by hand if you find this easier. 
5. Rake surface lightly. Flowerbed can be rolled or firmed down to ensure the seeds have good contact with the soil. 
6. Water well to activate seeds and ensure the soil is kept moist. 

Hints and Tips 

  • For denser displays, spread over 5 – 10 m² 
  • Can also be used in containers and patio tubs. 
  • Contains seed mixture and spreading agent to ensure seeds are evenly spread. 
  • Only sow seeds outdoors after last frost, frost will damage seed growth and stop germination. 
  • Seed mix contains hardy/half hardy annuals and perennials. 
  • Store in a dry place and for best results use within season of purchase 

 

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