Benefits of Wildflowers
Ecology and Environmental Benefits
Wildflowers bring many benefits, they provide a critical habitat for pollinators and support beneficial insects and wildlife, which is extremely important for the eco-system function and pollination. Wildflowers assist with improving soil health, preventing erosion, improving water quality, increasing yields and enhancing forage conditions for livestock. They enable you to create an eco-friendly area to attract wildlife and develop and maintain the health of your wildflower meadow/area.
Wildflower spaces have increased in importance over recent years in both rural and urban environments. It’s not just wildflower lovers but landscapers, landscape architects, farmers,
conservationists and ecologists who recognise the benefits of wildflowers.
Wildflowers are one of the most versatile and simple additions to any landscape project. They can offer impact whether in an urban or rural environment. Wildflowers require a relatively low maintenance schedule and can be applied with ease to a small or large project area, offering
versatility for landscape architects and specifiers.
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