Description

Features

  • Food for bees
  • Quick to grow
  • Low maintenance

Seed Count
300

How to grow

Position

Full sun

How

Sow direct where they are to grow. Scatter seed thinly and rake lightly into soil surface. Firm down, water gently and keep moist through germination period.

Care

Select a sunny, well-drained position. Enrich soil before sowing with Yates Dynamic Lifter. Feed plants regularly with Yates Thrive Flower & Fruit Soluble Fertiliser. Thin out plants if necessary. Keep well watered. Protect from snails and slugs.

Hint

Remove spent flowers regularly or leave to mature and self seed. This mix contains selected varieties of bee attracting flowers including Phacelia, Borage, Poppies, Zinnia and Calendula. Results will vary depending on climate and time of year. Not for use where livestock graze.


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