- Nectar for little beauties - suited for the cultivation in the garden, tub or flower box
- Fresh seeds from recent harvest
- 1000 seeds per packet
- With detailed instructions for successful potting
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SAFLAX - Bird & Butterfly Mix - 21 Sorten - 1000 seeds
Nectar for little beauties - suited for the cultivation in the garden, tub or flower box
Butterflies searching for nectar, and the wild flowers of this seed mix produce an abundance and draw many butterflies into your garden or on your balcony.
Cultivation: Cultivate your wild flowers in a pot, tub or flower box, or plant them in your garden. The most wild flowers do with an even less-nutritious soil and are happy in a full sunny place, where they can develop a rich blossoming. The best time for seeding would be between March and May. If you intend to plant in a former grass field, you should prepare the soil beforehand. An existing sod can be peeled of with a sharp spade, and then removed. After that, you may dig up the soil a little and break up bigger lumps of earth, before leveling off the area with a rake. Now, you can widely spread the seeds with about 5 to 10 grams per m?, and rake them just a few millimeters into the earth since most of the seeds will need sufficient light to germinate. After planting, the soil should be solidified a little bit, for example with a wooden plank, so that the seeds are firmely be embedded in the earth. Shower the potting compost with water and keep it consistently moist over the next few weeks.
Care: Wild Flowers are rather carefree in cultivation. In dry weather conditions and especially immediately after sowing, you should water the flowers regularly. About ten months after sowing is a good time for mowing the lawn for the first time, whereby leftover weeds will be cut and the new planted flowers will grow even more dense. Withered flowers should be removed timely to ensure the proper growth of late bloomers.
During Winter: The most Wild Flowers are annual plants. Some flowers might multiply themselves during autumn, but to develop the same rich blossoming than the year before, you better sow a new seed mix than reseeding the lawn, which means, the efforts of planting new seeds every year will be rewarded with a much richer bloomage.
Bonsai ability: No
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