Free Wildflower Seeds!
Hello! I wanted to help raise awareness about two great FREE WILDFLOWER SEEDS offers!
Wildflower habitats are crucial to wildlife, but in many countries, these habitats have been drastically reduced. This is bad news for the pollinators that depend upon them. Why has this happened? A few reasons, but especially farming and agriculture practice, and building development.
However, we can make a difference by planting wildflowers in the garden, and below are a couple of sites where you can get packets of wildflower seeds for free to help you do just this.
Note, I'm afraid these offers apply only to the UK and USA, but I'm keen to hear of similar offers in other countries. If you are aware of any, please contact me via the contact page.
Please note that clicking on one of these links below opens a new window:
UK Free Wildflower Seeds OfferAll you have to do is fill in your name and details, and a packet of seeds will be sent to you - maximum 5 packets per person.
The packets contain: Cornflower, Corncockle, Clover, Birdsfoot Trefoil, Knapweed, Corncockle, Red Campion, Lucerne, Daisy and Evenining Primrose, all of which will help a range of bees and other pollinator species.
This offer is for the UK only whilst stocks last, so get them now!
UK Free Wildflower Seeds
USA Free Wildflower Seeds OfferFor this offer, all you need to do is send a self-addressed envelope to the address provided (US residents only). You'll get a mixture of:
baby's breath, bachelor's buttons, bird's foot, calendula, clover - crimson, chicory, cosmos - sensation, dame's rocket, dill, flax - common, forget-me-not, indian blanket, lacy phacelia, lupine, annual, mexican hat, poppy lavender, primrose, eve, rose mallow, stock virginia, wallflower - siberian.
USA Free Wildflower Seeds
If you are aware of other freebie wildflower seed offers, especially in other countries, please let me know so we can spread the word!
In the meantime, you may also want to check out a couple of other pages on my website:
More About Wildflowers for bees
More information here about the types of wildflowers favoured by bees and other pollinators.
Lawns for Bees
This page has a few tips on how to make your lawn more bee-friendly, from planting bulbs in your lawn, to information about meadows.
I also came across a another great website, with lots of information about
How To Save Seeds.
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