Bumblebees are entirely dependent on the right kinds of flowers for food. Many of these flowers have become scarce but the potential to help create a rich habitat is enormous. This mix includes favoured wildflowers as well as annual and perennial cultivars.
Hardy Perennial (HP) First Year Flowering Perennial (FYFP) Full Sun Suitable for Attracting Bees Suitable for Attracting Butterflies Suitable for Containers Perfect for Pollination
Lovely flower spikes with aromatic foliage
An attractive mix of blue and white flower spikes nestle above aromatic foliage. Ideal for borders, pots and tubs. Attracts beneficial insects, especially bees.
Hardy Annual (HA) Perfect for Pollination
Quick and easy to grow with edible flower petals!
Calendula Art Shades. Easy to grow with edible flower petals. They can be set in the middle of a jelly to make it look great and you can eat them too. Petals can also be sprinkled onto salads to make them look colourful and exciting.
B. x semperflorens
Half Hardy Perennial (HHP) Suitable for Hanging Baskets Suitable for Containers Partial Shade
Free flowering, long lasting
As the name suggests, you will get a rainbow of colours in this mix. Flowers throughout the summer and is great for border edging, bedding, pots and tubs. Treat as HHA.
Plant Class: Half Hardy Perennial (HHP).
Habit: Dwarf, Ground Cover.
Begonia Summer Rainbow F2