Butterfly attractor seed pack

R404396
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    A high-nectar native wild flower seed mix to attract butterflies.

    This 2-part butterfly attractor pack combines a specially selected range of native wildflower seeds to attract colorful butterflies plus an informative butterfly guide.
    The starting point of any wildlife garden is the selection of appropriate native plants which can attract pollinating insects - this easy to grow mix of native wildflowers provide an abundance of glorious wild flowers to enhance your garden and also attract a range of butterflies as well as beneficial insects.

    Butterflies will feed on the nectar and the pollen from the flowers, which also attract other beneficial insects such as bees. The guide supplied with the pack is a colorful identification resource for popular butterflies and give fascinating information on the life cycle of butterflies plus information on habitats and conservation.

    The butterfly attractor pack is a specially selected mix to attract butterflies and, subject to the final packaging is made from the following: red campion, white campion, red clover, white clover, cornflower, forget-me-not, foxglove, common knapweed, greater knapweed, meadow cranesbill, meadowsweet, musk mallow, oxeye daisy, field poppy, purple loosestrife, viper's bugloss, wild carrot, yarrow. (Contents may vary).

     




    Features
    High nectar native wildflower seed mix to attract butterflies |Includes butterfly identification guide |Wide species mix gives prolonged flowering |Excellent for wildlife gardens |Hardy annuals, biennials and perennials |Selected species height range 3 in

    R404396
    • Suitable Wildlife
      Butterflies
    • Recipient
      Nature lovers
      Gardeners
    • £3.95 - Standard delivery to the UK and Channel Islands
    • FREE - for orders of £50 or more

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    When to sow
    Sow March to May or September to October and sow outdoors directly onto soil where they are to flower once the soil has warmed.
    For best results choose a poor, infertile soil in full sun and do not add fertiliser.

    Sowing guidelines
    Prepare the ground well and rake to a fine texture. Sprinkle seed thinly over the surface and rake lightly to ensure the seed is covered. Germination takes 14 - 21 days.
    As seedlings germinate, keep well watered and weed free. Flowers spring to autumn.
    In the autumn after the seed has been shed, clean up the growing area and water well. Perennials and biennialplants will continue to grow and flower the following year. Autumn sown seed will flower the following summer.

    Additional information
    As seedlings germinate, keep well watered and weed free. Flowers spring to autumn.
    In the autumn after the seed has been shed, clean up the growing area and water well. Perennials and biennial plants will continue to grow and flower the following year. Autumn sown seed will flower the following summer.

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