Native English wildflower seeds that change the lives of people with mental health problems through therapeutic gardening
This packet of native English wildflower seeds contains species indigenous to the UK, and crucial for pollinators. Every packet supports Seed of Hope's activities growing mental health recovery through therapeutic gardening.
- Sow in spring and autumn when moisture and warmth are in good supply. If overseeding into grass, it is best to sow during autumn when grass growth has slowed down.
- Regularly mix the seed when sowing, as seeds will naturally separate due to variations in size and weight.
- Once sown, ensure good ‘seed to soil’ contact by lightly raking to a depth of 0.5cm or rolling the area.
What you get:
One native English wildflower seed packet contains enough seed for one square metre of ground. Packet measures 10cm x 6.2cm
Each packet contains: corncockle 40% (flowers May – Aug); corn chamomile 10% (flowers Jun – Jul); cornflower 20% (flowers Jun – Oct); corn marigold 15% (flowers Jun – Oct); and corn poppy 15% (flowers May – Jul)
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A lovely thoughtful Christmas present which was gratefully received. Very pleased.
Love these little seed packets and their cause. I’m using them as part of end of year TA thank you gifts which I think they will love.