Wildflower, personalised seed gifts. Ladybird and insects.

Personalised mini seed gift, wildflower pattern (and patterned inside). Reusable with a ribbon slide fastener. UK native seed (no weeds!) and RHS approved. Ladybird design. See below for full details. A great teacher gift.

Not suitable for children under 6 years of age due to small parts and seeds which may cause choking. Supervise children at all times when planting or handling seeds.

Gift More code: Ladybird

£4.00 + postage

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Free personalised message insert.

Contents below

Item Description

Gifts that give nature a helping hand.

Sow April / May – or September / October to see flowering from June onwards.

Grow a stunning display of UK wildflowers – on the ground or in containers.

Gift pack contains:

A luxury hand made designer gift envelope with ribbon slide fastener. Reusable and made from heavy weight card containing:

Size – 9 x 5.8cm

1 personalised message insert.

1 planting booklet.

1 seed pack containing the following U.K. grown native wildflower seeds.

(RHS approved ‘plants for pollinators’ which encourages insects to thrive like bees and butterflies.)

  • Contains five British native wildflower species, including Corn Chamomile, Corn Cockle, Cornflower, Corn Marigold and Common Poppy.
  • 2g of seed for 1 square metre display.
  • Flowers the first year you plant them – Autumn planting will favour extra red poppies, corn flowers and corn cockle to come up from June onwards.

Eventually they will become self sustaining.

  • U.K. native seed of the highest quality (from DEFRA licensed source) – attractive display, fast growing and easy to establish.
UK wildflower seed. 5 flowers, white. purple, blue, yellow and red colours.

All money after material costs goes to charity (see my shop for full details).

Ships 1-3 working days, first class to the U.K.

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