Flowered meadows: composition & information
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Composition & information:
Silene vulgaris, Papaver rhoeas, Centaurea cyanus, Borago offi cinalis, Malva moschata, Glebionis segetum, Agrostemma githago,…
Flowering: from June to September
Height: 30 to 60 cm
Sowing instructions :
Location: sunny, soil normally drained.
Sowing-advised date: April-May / September
The density is 1gr/m² (1 bag = 3m²)
- Prepare the ground finely
- Sow directly in place on the surface and on finely prepared soil
- Pack well.
- Water if necessary.
Do not cover the seeds.
Within three weeks, the pretty flowers in your new garden will help insects and biodiversity
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