Flowered meadows: composition & information

By planting Beeodiversity seeds, you contribute to the development of biodiversity and the regeneration of bee and pollinator populations.

These bees and pollinators are essential for the preservation of biodiversity, food and crop diversity. In the end, our well-being is at stake!

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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)

1) Prepare the ground finely

2) Sow directly in place on the surface and on finely prepared soil

3) Pack well.

4) 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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