Our Conservation Bats In The Garden 100% Wildflower Mix offers a variety of nectar-rich wildflower species, which are particularly attractive to nightflying insects that bats predominantly feed on. Many of these wildflowers are night secented which is what makes them so attractive to nightflying insects. This particular selection has been carefully chosen to offer both visual and environmental results once sown. The Conservation Bats In The Garden 100% Wildflower Mix is most effective when sown into bare soil without grasses, and is best known for creating ornamental display beds and borders.
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Conservation Bats In The Garden 100% Wildflower Mix Contents
Bladder Campion, Evening Primrose, Fleabane, Soapwort, Red Valerian
Conservation Bats In The Garden 100% Wildflower Mix Sowing Rate & Times
100% Wildflower Mixes: 2g/m2
Grass and Wildflower Seed Mixes: 5g/m2
Optimum sowing possible in March, April, May, August, September, October
Wildflower Site Preparation
The planting site should be completely weed free, and annual weeds should be controlled through the use of a contact-based herbicide. Perennial weeds can be managed with a translocated herbicide such as Round-Up. Achieve a fine seed bed by cultivating, sow seed mix and roll to ensure firmness. Good contact between the soil and seeds promises for optimum results.