Wildlife Attracting Seeds

These wildlife attracting seeds have been specially chosen to attract birds and other wildlife to your garden.

The range includes many traditional countryside favourites, along with a number of cultivated plants known to attract bees, birds and other wildlife, but better suited to more formal areas of the garden

Seed Mixture For Shaded Areas

A wide range of the most well-known and colourful wild flowers which are known to be tolerant of shaded conditions. Includes Wild Foxglove, Oxlip, Columbine and Wood Sage.

African Marigold Crackerjack Mix

An early blooming variety, which flowers freely, in shades of yellow and orange. Use petals and seeds in salads and cakes.

Field Poppy Seeds

Stunning red flowers which are becoming less abundant in our countryside. Long associated with cornfields. Good in borders, and for drying. 

Annual Wildflower Seed Mixture

The most popular and colourful annual wild flowers including Field Poppy, Field Cornflower, Corn Marigold and many others. The mixture will give a spectacular flowering display in the first year.

Foxglove Seeds

Delicate tubular blooms on one side of the long leafy stems. Colours may be pale purple or white with speckled throats. Attractive to Bees. Hardy perennial.

Bird Attracting Seeds

A blend of varieties that provide a bountiful supply of seeds to attract our feathered friends.

Poached Egg Plant Seeds

Bright green foliage and yellow-and-white flowers. Attractive to bees.

Buddleia Mixed Seeds

A stunning and easily grown shrub that will bloom year after year, producing flowers that are excellent for cutting and are nectar heaven for butterflies!

Field Scabious Seeds

Clusters of pale bluish-purple flowers like small pin cushions which are held high on long stems. It thrives in most porous, fairly dry soils.

Primrose Seeds

One of the first flowers to bloom in the spring, the Primrose is one of the most well loved of the British wild flowers.

Cornflower Seeds

A cottage garden favourite. Beautiful array of bright blues, ideal for cutting and drying.

Teasel Seeds

Tall, striking thistle-like plants with serrated leaves and large spiny flower heads, which can be cut and dried for winter decoration. A valuable source of nectar for bees and butterflies.

Cowslip Seeds

Once common throughout the British Isles, but now rapidly decreasing in numbers. An excellent border and rockery plant. The flowers can be used in salads.

Sunflower Tall Yellow Seeds

Enormous flowers that are equally beloved by children and seed-eating birds.

Honesty Mixed Seeds

Pretty purple and white flowers carried on robust, branching plants. Use the flat silvery seed pods in winter bouquets. Attractive to butterflies. Suitable for dried flowers.

Ox-Eye Daisy Seeds

Also known as the Dog Daisy and Marguerite. Silvery-white blooms with golden-yellow ‘eyes’ are produced from June to August.

Viper's Bugloss Seeds

One of our most striking plants, with spikes of vivid purple and pink flowers that act as a magnet for bees and butterflies during the warm summer months.

Yellow Rattle Seeds

Parasitic on grasses, this is the plant to sow if you want to encourage wildflowers into the lawn or rough grass in your garden. By weakening the strong growing grass varieties, it makes room for wild flowers.

Eyebright Seeds

Eyebright is an attractive little plant with small white bright-eyed flowers. It is particularly noticeable when growing in profusion amongst the plants in old grassland

Meadow Buttercup Seeds

The classic meadow buttercup, creating sheets of yellow from early summer onwards. Flowers June to August.

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