Growing a Wildlife Garden

Gardens play an important role in the survival of British wildlife and are a vital resource for a huge number of creatures. Sowing native wildflower seeds can create a beautiful garden yet create a perfect habitat for wild insects which in turn will feed other insects, birds and small mammals.

Annual & Perennial Flower Gardens Seeds need to be sown thinly, in rows at a distance indicated on the packet. The seeds should be lighted covered with fine soil and watered gently so that they are not disturbed.

View Russell & Sarah Heath’s guide to growing flower seeds here

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