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  • Wild flowers are flowers which grow without human intervention, in environments which often seem not to be very conducive (pavements, roadsides…). This mix will allow you to create a flowering area of approximately 35m2 with varieties which are rarely found growing in the same spot.
    It is made of 28 varieties of annual and perennial plants including Lupin and Common Corn Cockle. Most of them are well known to attract insects, birds and butterflies which pollinate them and therefore contribute to their reproduction.

    Volume: 400 ml of seeds
    Area covered: 35 mē
    Flowers: mix of 48 varieties
    Height: 20 to 100 cm


    Usage: 1. Ground Preparation: Firstly take the time to weed your soil. Then, turn the soil over in breaking the clods to obtain a ground suitable for planting. Finish by raking and levelling the soil.

    2. Sowing: Before sowing, it is important to thoroughly mix the seeds (for example in a mixing bowl). The seeds will then be perfectly spread in the mix. Then sow the seeds evenly on your well prepared soil. The seeds having a guaranteed germination of 3 years, you can sow part of the packet this year and keep the remaining seeds for next year.

    3. Care: Rake the soil well to ensure that the seeds are mixed-in with the soil and find themselves buried at approximately 0.5cm in depth. Water after sowing. To germinate, seeds require humidity, light and warmth. The optimal conditions for a good germination are a temperature of 16°C during the day and 8°C at night.

    4. Growth: The seeds will germinate 2 to 3 weeks later. Remember to water the soil if necessary. The first blooms will appear in 6 to 8 weeks. As the flowers have different flowering periods, this mix of seeds guarantees you will have a beautiful flowered bed for 4 months.

    Sowing period: from Mid-March to end of June
    Blossom period: from May to September
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  • Flowering Mix of Wild Flowers - 35 mē
    Flowering Mix of Wild Flowers - 35 mē


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