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Wildflower Seed Shaker

Wildflower Seed Shaker

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Our wildflower shaker is a seed mix that contains a variety of native and non-native flower seeds that are specifically chosen to attract and support bees and other pollinators. These shakers are typically designed for easy dispersal in a garden or outdoor space, making it simple for anyone to create a pollinator-friendly habitat.

Simply rake through the area you wish to grow flowers and shake. It's that easy.

By including a mix of both native and non-native flower seeds, our wildflower shakers provide a diverse range of food sources for bees throughout the growing season. Native plants are well-adapted to the local climate and soil conditions, making them attractive to native bee species. Non-native plants, on the other hand, can offer additional food sources and may bloom at different times, providing food for bees during periods when native plants are not in bloom.

Creating a habitat with a diverse array of flower species can also help support a wide range of pollinators, including bees, butterflies, and other insects. By promoting biodiversity in our outdoor spaces, we can help strengthen ecosystems and support the overall health of our planet.

Overall, our wildflower shakers are a simple and effective way to create a bee-friendly environment that can benefit not only bees but also the world as a whole. By supporting pollinators, we can help ensure the health of our food supply and the balance of ecosystems on which we all depend.

Contents :
50g net (approximate) of some or all of the following seeds 
Lady's bedstraw, Black medick, Salad burnet, Meadow buttercup, Red campion, White campion, Wild carrot, Night-Flowering catchfly, Corn chamomile, Wild clary, Corn cockle, Cornflower, Cowslip, Ox-eye daisy, Field forget-me-not, Wild foxglove, Goats beard, Common knapweed, Greater knapweed, Corn marigold, Musk mallow, Common poppy, Self-heal, Common sorrel, Common St John's wort, Yarrow, Yellow rattle, Flax, Blanket flower, Cosmos, Mixed Zinnea, Yellow tansy, Dog rose, Evening primrose, California poppy, Calendula, Sainfoin, Red clover, Baby's breath, Bee phacelia, Bishops flower, Borage, Buckwheat, Candytuft, Caraway, Catchflies, China aster, Chinese forget-me-not, Chinese parsley, Chrysanthemum, Common dill, Coriander, Cosmos, Dragons head, Dwarf morning glory, French parsley, Four o'clock flower, Golden tickseed, Heavenly blue, Honesty, Lace flower, Large flowered mallow, Lovage, Love-in-a-mist, Nasturtium, Pheasants eye, Prairie carnation, Prince-of-wales feather, Purple vipers, Bugloss, Radish, Red army, Safflower, Scarlet flax, Shasta daisy, Shrubby hares ear, Soapwort, Stocks, Sweat-pea, Yarrow, 
GRASSES : Strong creeping red fescue, Crested dogstail, Chewing's fescue, Slender creeping red fescue, Browntop bent
HERBS : Sheep's burnet, Sainfoin, Ribwort plantain, Sheep's parsley, Yarrow, Fenugreek

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