Bats in the garden wildflower seeds mix

Bats in the garden wildflower seeds mix
Low to Tall Height A B P. Wildflower seeds coverage 5sq metre 100% wildflowers.
This mix contains a wide range of attractive Nectar rich Species of wild flowers, cultivated flowers and herbs. Many have night scented flowers that are particularly attractive to the night flying insects on which bats feed. Please note the mixture may not include all the following seeds.
Species ideal for attracting moths and insects for bats to feed on include :-
Wild flowers; Barberry, Campion Bladder, Centaury, Common Evening-primrose, Corn Chamomile, Corn Marigold, , Cornflower, Cowslip, Dames-violet, Dog-rose, Field Poppy, Fleabane, Foxglove, Goldenrod, Herb Bennet, Large Flowered Evening-primrose, Maiden Pink, Meadow Clary, Meadowsweet, Michealmas-daisy, Mullein, Night Flowering Catchfly, Nottingham Catchfly, Ox-eye Daisy, Red Campion, Red Clover, Red Valerian, Scentless Mayweed, Soapwort, Sweet-briar, Vipers Bugloss, White Campion, Wild Basil, Wild Wallflower and Yarrow.
Cultivated flowers; Brompton Stock, Night Scented Stock, Tobacco Plant, Ten-week Stock, Virginia stock all Mixed.
Herbs; Borage, Chives, Lemon Balm, Pot Marjoram, Sage, Spearmint.
5 gram

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General Sowing information: Sowing time for wildflowers is all year round with best results sowing either March to early May, or from August to September. All packets are supplied with sowing instructions.