The Organic wildflower mixture brings colorful flowers and a wonderful fragrance to the gardens. It provides valuable food for bees, bumblebees and butterflies and thus promotes the preservation of biodiversity.
Sowing: in lean, nutrient-poor, unfertilized soil. Remove lawn, plant parts and roots beforehand and work through the soil with a rake and rake until it is loose and fine crumbly. In heavy soils, sand should be mixed in. Sow the seed thinly on it. Keep the soil well moist during the germination period. Many of these wildflowers bloom in the first year, they partially drop seeds and develop again the following year.
This seed mixture is composed of the following exquisite species:
Mountain leek, dyer- dog chamomile, large-flowered mullein, field bellflower, southern scabiosa, whorled sage, wild mallow, Carthusian carnation, meadow sage, red campion, cornflower.
By the way, the wildflowers are wrapped in grass paper!
Grass paper is an environmentally friendly and sustainable packaging. It uses the rapidly renewable raw material grass, which can be processed without the use of chemicals and consumes significantly less energy and water.