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Samen Maiers Wild Blossoms for 2-3 m²

written by Samen Maier on 18. August 2020
in Wildflowers, Bees and beneficials

Local wild perennials are important for and contribute to the welfare of bumblebees and butterflies … Through intensive agriculturalization, species once abundant in meadows and waysides have retreated. This isn’t merely a blot on the landscape but carries much more serious consequences than most people are aware as it causes detrimental effect to beneficial insects, bees, butterflies, and their resources.

Wild perennials offer many benefits to the individual gardener:

Wild perennials offer many benefits to the individual gardener. The rediscovery and introduction of wild species into the design of your garden helps to beautify while promoting diversity. For bees and insects, these plants are a magnet of attraction. Wildflowers are perfectly adapted to our climate, and they thrive with only few nutrients and little water. With the inclusion of wildflowers in the layout of your garden, you may forego active fertiliztion and routine watering, helping to protect the environment and reducing our workload as gardeners.

You can buy our organic
wild flower package here

Composition of our organic wildflower package

We compiled a package of 24 wildflowers and a flower seed mixture, deal for a 2-3 bed of soil. Following flowers are in there package:

3x Mountain Onion

Mountain Onion

Mountain Onion is a typical plant found in a farmer’s garden and alpine meadows. The pink-lilac blossoms are not only beautiful but also edible. It’s also very popular with bumblebees. The height varies between 10-40 cm.

2x Golden Marguerite

Golden Marguerite

The Golden Marguerite is a yellow-blossomed plant, once used as a natural dye in wool textiles. It’s very popular with wild bees. The height varies between 20-70 cm

2x Carthusian Pink

Carthusian Pink

The Carthusian Pink is a decorative herbaceous perennial with beautiful, pink blossoms. It’s a resourceful, fragrant and persistent bloomer and is also very loved by butterflies and bumblebees. The height varies between 20-50 cm.

2x Common Hedgenettle

Common Hedgenettle

The Common Hedgenettle is a beautiful perennial with dark pink flowers and a distinct, attractive bloom. It can be planted at a pond edge. It’s very popular with bees and butterflies. The height varies between 20-70 cm.

2x Ox Eye

Ox Eye

The Ox Eye is a native, undemanding meadow plant, which blossoms for a longer period of time. The golden yellow flowers are edible and popular with wild bees and butterflies. The height varies between 20-60 cm.

2x Common Columbine

Gemeine Akelei
Common Columbine

This perennial wildflower is very beautiful with its bright purple blossoms. It’s popular with beneficial insects like bumblebees. The height varies between 30-80 cm.

3x Clustered Bellflower

Clustered Bellflower

The Clustered Bellflower is a herbaceous perennial with beautiful, blue blossoms. It’s very popular with bees. The height varies between 20-60 cm.

1x Hollyhock Mallow

Rosen Malve
Hollyhock Mallow

The Hollyhock Mallow’s pink blossoms are edible and the plant is particularly well adjusted to garden edges and waysides. It’s very popular with bees and butterflies. The height varies between 50-120 cm.

3x Lilac Sage

Quirl Salbei
Lilac Sage

The Lilac Sage is a beautiful perennial with purple blossoms. The Lilac Sage is a real insect magnet and very popular with bees and butterflies. The height varies between 30-60 cm.

3x Meadow Sage

Wiesen Salbei
Meadow Sage

The Meadow Sage is beautifully full-bodied with an intense purple blossom. It’s very popular with wild bees and bumblebees. The height varies between 30-80 cm.

1x Southern Scabious

Südliche Skabiose
Southern Scabious

The Southern Scabious produces lilac-blue blossoms which are edible, as well as a real insect magnet! It is a rare plant. The height varies between 50-80 cm.

1x Bee & Butterfly Meadowgrass

BIO Nützlingsweide
Bee & Butterfly Meadowgrass

And how do I set up this organic wildflower package?

It’s actually very easy: Prep the plot – put in the plants and seeds – water 🙂

But we also compiled a more detailed guide: How to set up a wildflower plot

Or you could watch this video – known from “Kraut und Rüben”:

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