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Official Beebombs Wild Flower Seeds UK Native Mix - Handmade in Dorset Wildflower Meadow Seed Balls, Bee Gifts, Gift for Gardener, 21sqft Coverage

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So roll on 2023 I decided use again, me thinking that I am going to get the same selection of flowers. Beebombs are handmade wildflower seedballs and help make creating a wildflower garden so much easier. Once the Beebomb becomes moist and the sun starts to shine, your seeds will germinate and the bees will be buzzing!

It is recommended to scatter them straight onto 'cleared ground' as wildflowers are hardy and adaptable but slow growers. Each presented in a Hessian bag, they are the perfect eco gift for birthdays, Christmas, special occasions and as wedding favours. Beebombs need no gardening skills and can be scattered straight onto open ground at any time of the year (although Spring, Summer and Autumn are best). Using seedballs protects the seeds from predators and provides a nurturing environment for the seeds to germinate from, making it easier for you to create the wildflower habitat Britain needs. of seeds from 18 native wildflower species, mixed with protective clay and sifted, nurturing top soil.Yarrow is a common flower of roadsides, hedgerows, grasslands, and scrubby areas where the soil is inclined to being dry and chalky. RE-CREATE THE BEAUTIFUL WILDFLOWER MEADOWS in your garden and make an important contribution to the biodiversity of Great Britain. We turned up out of the blue and asked for flowers to be made up for my parents golden wedding anniversary . The image doesn't do it much justice but they're all coming up after throwing them down 6 weeks ago. The clay supports and protects the seeds whilst they germinate and spreads them as it breaks down under watering.

Your seedballs can be scattered anywhere, such as garden beds, pots, or even abandoned patches of land. of seeds from 18 native wildflower species, mixed with local protective clay and sifted, nurturing top soil. of seeds from 18 native wildflower species, mixed with local, protective clay and sifted, nurturing top soil. Yellow Rattle is a bee and butterfly friendly British Wildflower that is on the Royal Horticultural Society's list as 'Perfect for Pollinators'. Our seeds are native species and designated by the Royal Horticultural Society as "Perfect for Pollinators" .The technical storage or access is strictly necessary for the legitimate purpose of enabling the use of a specific service explicitly requested by the subscriber or user, or for the sole purpose of carrying out the transmission of a communication over an electronic communications network. A personalised flower themed gift card containing your personalised message, written, packed and sent for you direct to your loved one. They are best scattered onto a cleared patch of ground rather than into a lawn, since wildflowers are hardy and adaptable but tend to be slow growers. goes towards a real beehive, helping the honeybee population recover and supporting honeybee related initiatives around the UK. Some mention that it's a great product and excellent idea, while others say that it is a complete waste of money, not good for the purpose, and not worth the money.

They are made from sheltering clay and sifted top soil, packed with 1000s of seeds from native wildflower species. This means that they can be out-competed by faster-growing grasses and perennial weeds at the critical early stages, so straight onto soil is best if possible. BeeBombs are best scattered in the spring or autumn, Wildflowers grow a little more slowly than other flowers, so may not flower until a year or more after scattering. Beebombs are designed to ensure creating a diverse and thriving wildflower meadow, could not be easier. I have tried sowing seeds in the past, but they didn't grow and was looking for something a bit harder to plant.However, some say that they grew like weeds taking over what flowers were there, and that the bag states there may not be a show of flowering on the first year. of seeds from 18 native wildflower species, mixed with local, protective clay and sifted, nurturing top soil. Using seed balls protects the seeds from predators and provides a nurturing environment for the seeds to germinate from, making it easier for you to create the wildflower habitat Britain needs. Wild flowers are hardy and adaptable but grow slowly, therefore it is advisable to throw the seedbombs onto cleared ground, so that they are not out-competed by faster growing grasses and perennial weeds at the critical early stages. They are amazed at how quickly and beautifully the bee bombs grew into clumps of mixed wildflowers, and that it is easy to wrap as a gift.

They mention that planting them was so simple, they are easy to sew and sow, and there is no preparation required. Driven by his love for nature and his memories of a childhood spent chasing newts, building camps and generally exploring the ancient heathland of Dorset. The plant species include: corn chamomile, cornflower, common poppy, red campion, white campion, salad burnet, common sorrel, yellow rattle, corn marigold, self heal, cowslip, ribwort plantain, oxeye daisy, rough hawkbit, lady’s bedstraw, wild carrot, common knapweed, yarrow. I am very keen to see a revival of bees and wanted to add some wild flowers to encourage them into my garden. Consenting to these technologies will allow us to process data such as browsing behaviour or unique IDs on this site.Your patience will be rewarded with a beautiful wildflower meadow, attracting a range of native British pollinators and helping us bring the bees back. There are diverse – opinions on this around the world say spring and autumn are particularly good times to start them growing.

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