Hi Butterfly

  • Butterfly friendly Wildflower Seed
  • Brings more butterflies to your garden
  • Provides a vibrant long-lasting display
  • Brimming with butterflies’ favourite wildflowers

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Butterflies adore bright and pollen-rich blooms, making our Hi Butterfly mix the ultimate invitation for them to come and explore! Coneflower, Cornfield annuals, Birdsfoot Trefoil and more supply not only a delightful display but a full nectar feast for butterflies. A balanced blend of annual and perennial wildflower seed provides a lasting meadow with everyday colour and vibrance, whilst wild grasses offer the opportunity for wildlife to also join in the fun when not in bloom.

Mixture Breakdown

Purple Coneflower
Corn Poppy
Oxeye Daisy
Smooth Blue Aster
Ribwort Plantain
Oxeye Sunflower
1.4% Cornflower
Corn Chamomile
Lance-Leaved Coreopsis
Salad Burnet
Common Vetch
2% Yarrow
Sheeps Fescue
Calendula Art Shades
Slender Creeping Red Fescue
Crested Dogstail
Tall Oat Grass
Chewings Fescue
Tufted Hair Grass

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Sowing rate5g per m2
When to see bloomsThis wildflower mix contains meadow grass, annual wildflowers and perennial wildflowers. The meadow grass in this mix helps to keep weeds at bay and will also provide a habitat for wildlife. The meadow grass will grow first when  temperatures are 10 degrees and above. The annual wildflowers will follow and bloom 60-80 days after they are sown. The perennial wildflowers will take up to 12 months to bloom. 

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Product Questions

We want to create a natural meadow at the back of our garden. It is currently just grass and we were wondering, if it would be okay to sow the seeds with the grass or what is the best way to do it?
Question by: Charles on 28 Jun 2023, 11:22
You can sow wildflowers into existing grass, but the results can vary. If the existing growth is well established, the wildflowers will struggle to compete.
For best results, the area should be clear of grass, weeds or any other flora.

The best way to learn how to sow a wildflower meadow is by using our video guide / step by step pictorial guide: https://icanlawn.com/how-to-sow-wildflower-seed/

You can also scan the QR code on the back of your bag that will take you directly to our How To Hub.

If you have any other questions please do not hesitate to ask.
Answer by: Alex Customer Care on 28 Jun 2023, 13:34

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