Bee-Friendly British Wildflower Seeds

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Bee Friendly Wildflowers
Bee-Friendly British Wildflower Seeds

Selection of British Native bee-friendly wildflower seeds. Plant these to help your local pollinators to thrive.

BSBP contains twenty-six native British wildflower species, consisting of mainly perennial species and a handful of annual and biennial species to create a permanent area of pure wildflowers.
The species included in this mixture create an attractive display from May to October and is suitable for creating habitats for bees, butterflies and other pollinating insects. It contains a wide range of species to create a diverse environment and range of food to support local wildlife.

Create a flowery meadow attracting wildlife with all the buzz.

BSBP supports bees, butterflies and other pollinators as it contains 81% of species recommended by the Royal Horticultural Society (RHS) as ‘Perfect for Pollinators’.

Mixture Contents:

1 Agrimony, Common Agrimonia eupatoria 1% Jun - Sep 50 - 150cm Perennial
2 Borage Borago officinalis 7% Aug-Sep 60 - 80cm Annual
3 Clary, Wild Salvia verbenaca 4% May - Aug 30 - 40cm Perennial
4 Clover, Red Trifolium pratense 3% May - Sep 20 - 60cm Perennial
5 Clover, White Trifolium repens 1% Jun - Sep 15 - 20cm Perennial
6 Corn Cockle Agrostemma githago 8% May - Aug 50 - 70cm Annual
7 Cornflower Centaurea cyanus 6% Jun - Oct 20 - 80cm Annual
8 Daisy, Ox-eye Leucanthemum vulgare 5% May - Sep 20 - 100cm Perennial
9 Foxglove, Wild Digitalis purpurea 3% Jun - Aug 50 - 100cm Biennial
10 Goat's-beard Tragopogon pratensis 7% Jun - Sep 20 - 60cm Biennial
11 Knapweed, Common Centaurea nigra 6% Jun - Sep 30 - 80cm Perennial
12 Knapweed, Greater Centaurea scabiosa 5% Jun - Sep 50 - 90cm Perennial
13 Loosestrife, Purple Lythrum salicaria 1% Jun - Sep 100 - 200cm Perennial
14 Marjoram, Wild Origanum vulgare 1% Jul - Oct 20 - 50cm Perennial
15 Meadow Cranesbil Geranium pratense 1% May-Aug 40 - 60cm Perennial
16 Musk Mallow Malva moschata 5% May - Sep 20 - 150cm Perennial
17 Poppy, Common Papaver rhoeas 5% May - Jul 50 - 70cm Annual
18 Ragged Robin Lychnis flos-cuculi 2% May - Aug 30 - 90cm Perennial
19 Sainfoin Onobrychis viciifolia 7% Jul - Sep 30 - 40cm Perennial
20 Scabious, Field Knautia arvensis 7% Jul - Sep 30 - 200cm Perennial
21 Scabious, Small Scabiosa columbaria 3% Jul - Aug 20 - 60cm Perennial
22 Teasel Dipsacus fullonum 1% Jul - Aug 100 - 200cm Biennial
23 Trefoil, Bird's-foot Lotus corniculatus 2% Jun - Aug 10 - 40cm Perennial
24 Vetch, Kidney Anthyllis vulneraria 2% May - Oct 15 - 50cm Perennial
25 Viper's Bugloss Echium vulgare 2% May - Oct 50 - 100cm Biennial
26 Yarrow Achillea millefolium 5% Jun - Oct 20 - 100cm Perennial

Can be sowed from March to November. 

Quantity of seeds: 1g + 1g FREE

Bee Friendly Wildflowers
Bee-Friendly British Wildflower Seeds
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AV
04/26/2021
Alex V.
United Kingdom United Kingdom
Bee-friendly seeds for children's party

I was generally v happy with these packs of seeds to give to my daughter's friends at the end of her birthday party instead of party bags. Thanks for the quick delivery and bonus packs. (I was a bit confused by the packaging, as I'd imagined it would resemble the attractive picture of plants, flowers etc on the website - but it didn't. Not a big deal though!)

AB
04/18/2021
Andrijana B.
United Kingdom United Kingdom
Honey

Very nice and tasty.

CV
04/07/2021
Corne V.
United Kingdom United Kingdom
quick and friendly service

Quick delivery. Good product. will buy from Raw Artisan Store again

HB
01/01/2021
heidi b.
United Kingdom United Kingdom
Ginger honey

Amazing brother in law very very happy

RT
10/21/2020
Rachael T.
United Kingdom United Kingdom
Fantastic

Fantastic idea for anyone to help increase their awareness of the importance of flowers and greenery for any wildlife and certainly so bees! We wouldn’t be around without bees! They help us so we should’ve helping them not killing them off with chemicals, lack or even the destruction of vegetation and wild meadows and the with the use of chemicals eg pesticides. It’s a lovely idea to have a multitude of different scented flowers to attract different bees and insects throughout the year!