Bumblebee Wildflower Mix

The Bumblebee Wildflower Mix contains beautiful wildflowers many rich in nectar, which are known to be especially attractive to bumblebees. Carefully selected this balanced mix of perennials and annuals will help to provide colour and food, attracting Wildlife into the spaces where they are sown.



Wildflower  Percentage Wildflower  Percentage
Betony 6.00% Pansy; Field 2.25%
Bird’s-foot-trefoil; Common 7.00% Pansy; Wild 1.25%
Burdock; Greater 5.00% Poppy; Field 5.50%
Campion; Red 6.50% Purple; Loosestrife 4.50%
Charlock 6.50% St John’s Wort; Common 1.75%
Clover; Red 4.50% Sage; Wood 2.75%
Dandelion; Common 3.00% Teasel 6.00%
Foxglove 3.50% Toadflax; Common 3.00%
Knapweed; Common 6.00% Vetch; Kidney 3.50%
Knapweed; Greater 2.50% Vetch; Tufted 2.50%
Melilot; Yellow 5.50% Viper’s-bugloss 3.00%
Mullein; Dark 2.75% Woundwort; Hedge 3.50%
Mullein; Great 1.75%




Soil Type Good
Maximum Height 200cm
Flowering Period March – September
Coverage 1.5-2g/m2
Frequency Perennials/Biennials
Shade  3 out of 5
Sun 5 out of 5
Drainage  4 out of 5
Colours  5 out of 5
Pollinator  5 out of 5

In this mix

Great Knapweed
Found commonly in drier soils in grasslands, verges, scrubby grassland and hedgerows. It has bright purple flower heads and in good soil can grow to 90cm. Knapweeds are among the best sources of food for butterflies, alongside being attractive to bees and a food source for seed-eating birds such as Goldfinches

Frequency Perennial
Height Up to 90cm
Colour Purple
Flowering period June to September
Soil Clay, Sand, Loam
pH Neutral – Alkaline
Moisture Well-drained

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