Including wildflowers in your garden is a great way to help the bees and pollinators dependent upon them.
In addition, we have lost much of our natural wildflower habitats due to land management practices, building and farming development, so you can help by increasing the local wildflower diversity in your area.
There are different ways to include wildflowers in your garden:
- you could create a wildflower patch, strip or area
- some wildflowers can be incorporated as plug plants into a flower border or lawn
- you can even add wildflowers to pots.
Lots of wildflower mixes are now available. Ensure you select flowers
that are native to your country, and if possible, native to the area.
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